Tis the Season to be Choccy
The team are asked by double act Dick and Dom to make a Christmas-themed cake for a children's party at 10 Downing Street. Will they impress the children and the Prime Minister?
Things That Go Bump In The Night
Strictly Come Dancing legends Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag challenge the team to make an outlandish creation to celebrate their UK tour - a glitter ball cake, that can also spin!
All You Need is Love
Tom is asked to craft a flamingo-themed wedding cake. Elsewhere, singer Macy Gray wants an edible and an audible cake to celebrate. Will Dave be able to make the cake talk?
Food for Thought
Olympian Greg Rutherford challenges them to create the biggest candy house they've ever made and Tom is asked to do it. Will Tom be able to overcome the pressure in this big task?
Lights, Camera, Action!
Singer Katie Melua asks the doodahs to display her life story on cake, but there are disagreements on how it should be done. Rookie Mike is asked to create his first bespoke cake.
And They All Lived Happily Ever After
In Brighton, stress arises as the cafe is being revamped while in London, the team ignores fashion designer's Julien Macdonald's advice in creating his gothic-inspired cake.
Do You Know the Way to St Tropez?
It's secrets and shocks all the way as fabulous jet-set socialite Ivana Trump challenges the chocolatiers to make a sophisticated birthday cake for her glitzy party in St Tropez.
A Right Royal Knees Up
The Doodahs throw a massive street party for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and keeping up the regal pressure, take on a challenge set by Prince of Pop, Sir Cliff Richard.
A Tale of Two Cities
Famous author Jackie Collins has asked avid fan Dave to make her a cake as wild as one of her plots and the team endures some difficulty while expanding their brand to London.
The chocolatiers are asked by celebrity Whoopi Goldberg to bake a cake consisting of New York city landmarks. Are they able to do their magic in America with American chocolate?