The kids are craving for pizza, but their teacher is suffering from a broken heart and will only serve them pizza if he is happy again. Using love letters, the kids create a secret admirer for him in order to mend his broken heart. Just when things are going according to plan, an unpredictable kid ruins it by setting up a date between the teacher and the secret admirer. The kids attempt to fix this by getting two of them to be their teacher's date, but the plan fails and everyone will be having vegetables for a long time.


It is another peaceful morning at the daycare, only for the tranquility to be disrupted by sudden tremors. The source is a hungry Owen craving for pizza. In fact, he craves pizza so much that he drools until a puddle of his saliva forms. The kids are normally served pizza for lunch at least twice a week, but lately Chef hasn't been serving them. Leshawna explains that Chef only serves pizza if he is in a good mood, but for the past two weeks, he isn't and serves them only vegetables. Duncan knows the reason why; two weeks ago while trying to escape from the daycare, he witnessed Chef literally being dumped by his girlfriend.

Bridgette pities Chef and hopes that he can find a new love soon so that he can be happy again. However the other kids can't wait that long and propose to create a secret admirer for him. Everyone aside from Bridgette agrees with the plan. The kids set their plan into motion; Leshawna writes a love poem and has Duncan leave it by Chef's office door. When Chef reads the poem, he instantly falls in love and his mood raises. Just as the kids had hoped, Chef celebrates by serving them pizza.

For the next few days, Chef receives love letters and gifts from his secret admirer while continuing to serve pizza to the kids. One day however, Chef announces that his admirer, Lafawnduh, is coming to the daycare for a date. This confuses the kids as not only is Lafawnduh fake, but none of them wrote such a thing. It turns out Izzy is the one who set up the date, much to Leshawna's anger. After calming down, Leshawna thinks of a new plan to solve this; one of them will have to wear a wig and stand on another kid to pose as Chef's date to meet up with him. They will then write a note telling him that Lafawnduh has runaway to join a Russian Circus that performs at space stations before creating another secret admirer.

Jude is chosen to be the 'head' of Chef's date while standing on top of Owen's shoulders. Though Jude complains at first, he complies when the girls (sans Gwen) compliment on how pretty he is. The plan is put into motion and Chef comes in to see Lafawnduh. Duncan bets Noah five candy bars that Chef will not fall for the disguise, but loses as Chef does indeed fall for it. For their date, Chef set up a picnic by the playground with cookies. Wanting to keep the date short, Lafawnduh decides to take her leave, but Chef wants to give her a goodbye kiss first. Jude gets nervous at the last minute and jumps out of the trench coat, leaving Owen behind. Realizing that he has been tricked, Chef angrily gives timeouts for everyone. As punishment, the kids are served vegetable for lunch. Jude and Owen suffer the worse and have to sit at the naughty corner for a long time eating blended vegetable puree.


In a version of Pac-Man, Owen is going through eating pizza and sandwiches, while avoiding vegetables. Soon, Chef begins chasing him down.


Voice actor Role(s)
Deven Mack Chef Hatchet
Kristin Fairlie Bridgette
Drew Nelson Duncan
Lilly Bartlam Gwen
Katie Crown Izzy
Christian Potenza Jude
Bahia Watson Leshawna
Cory Doran Noah
Scott McCord Owen



  • "La Fonda" is the misnomer that Lindsay gave to Leshawna in Haute Camp-ture.
  • Leshawna writing love poems is rather ironic as her older self was the one receiving them in X-Treme Torture.
  • This marks the first time in the franchise that Leshawna is not voiced by Novie Edwards.


  • Duncan is once again portrayed as a "shoulder devil", just as he was in Venthalla.


  • Jude being chosen to dress up as a woman is a reference to 6teen where he is often subjected to cross-dressing, both against and at his own will.


See also

Total DramaRama Season 1 episodes
Venthalla | Duck Duck Juice | Cluckwork Orange | Free Chili | The Date | Aquarium for a Dream | Cuttin' Corners | Sharing is Caring | Ant We All Just Get Along | Germ Factory | Cone in 60 Seconds | The Bad Guy Busters | That's a Wrap | Tiger Fail | A Ninjustice to Harold | Having the Timeout of Our Lives | Hic Hic Hooray | Bananas & Cheese | Inglorious Toddlers | Not Without My Fudgy Lumps | Paint That a Shame | Snots Landing | Know it All | A Licking Time Bomb | From Badge to Worse | Snow Way Out | All Up In Your Drill | Toys Will Be Toys | Stay Goth, Poodle Girl, Stay Goth | Gum and Gummer | Invasion of the Booger Snatchers | Wristy Business | Melter Skelter | The Never Gwending Story | There Are No Hoppy Endings | Too Much of a Goo’d Thing | The Price of Advice | Mother of All Cards | Duncan Disorderly | Soother or Later | Camping is In Tents | Mutt Ado About Owen | Simons Are Forever | Stop! Hamster Time | Driving Miss Crazy | Weiner Takes All | Apoca-lice Now | Gnome More Mister Nice Guy | Look Who's Clocking | Harold Swatter and the Goblet of Flies | Stink. Stank. Stunk
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