Preparing for a wedding can stress anyone out, but how about producing one for 200 people in 24 hours? At one point in last night's Top Chef Masters - episode 2 of Season 4 - chef Clark Frasier lost his cool, finding that his ingredients had been moved on his cart. "He looked angry, and it seemed as if every other word had to be bleeped out," according to Meredith Goad in The Portland Press Herald, who quoted Frasier's partner, Mark Gaier, saying "Clark is bossy. He knows it." There was no Quickfire challenge this week. Instead, the remaining 10 chefs had to work together on a wedding feast for a couple who had suffered personal and financial loss. Host Curtis Stone asked the contestants about their own weddings, giving Gaier a chance to talk about the charity that will benefit if he wins - Equality Maine, which is fighting to legalize same-sex marriage in the state. Gaier and Frasier have been a couple for more than 25 years. "That's a long time not to have the benefits of a married couple. It's not right," Gaier said. Both Arrows chefs survived to compete next week; Kansas City chef Debbie Gold was sent home.