Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live
The first lady of British comedy, Dawn French, joins Gordon for dinner at his new restaurant.
Among the 50 diners in this episode are Girls Aloud, who reveal what they really think of their pop rivals, and comedy legend Ronnie Corbett, who takes on Gordon in the recipe challenge.
Top Gear's James May takes on Gordon in the recipe challenge, and in the restaurant Gordon confronts him with a culinary test of his manhood and Denise Van Outen joins the diners in the restaurant.
Blur-bassist-turned-cheese-farmer Alex James takes on Gordon in the recipe challenge and tries to convince Gordon of the benefits of breast milk (and gets him to sample it).
Gordon turns the tables on Chris Moyles, challenging the culinary imbecile and junk food addict to cook a curry in a hurry in a Fast Food race against a delivery from his local curry takeaway.
Gordon puts Ian 'Beefy' Botham's taste buds to the test in the wine-tasting all celebrity wine-makers fear: The Cliff Richard Celebrity Wine Challenge.
Jonathan Ross comes for dinner but soon finds himself under interrogation in the kitchen and Janet Street Porter takes Bernard Matthews to task.
Gordon takes his flock to the abattoir; Cat Deeley pops Gordon's cork as he teaches her everything she needs to know about champagne and Gok Wan takes on Gordon in the recipe challenge.
For the last episode in this series the action moves to Gordon's restaurant at Claridge's in London. Ricky Gervais comes for dinner and Johnny Vegas cooks pizza in the recipe challenge.