Buddy Valastro has to crack the whip for his bakery to make a deadline after landing a photo spread in Brides magazine during a week already jam-packed with cake orders.
Buddy and his team build a fire engine cake complete with working lights, a siren and smoke; Buddy re-creates his father's trademark cake for a family memorial dinner.
Easter is the busiest time of the year with orders pouring in; a last-minute Easter Bunny cake turns into more of a project than the team bargained for; the family gets nervous after Grace decides to cook Easter dinner for everyone.
The bakery is asked to make a huge roulette table cake for a local businessman; orders pile up with the advent of wedding season.
Buddy agrees to make a biplane cake for a hospital charity; an unreasonable bride is unhappy with her cake; Stretch plots revenge against Buddy.
Buddy is asked to make a zombie cake for "undead" clients; the team makes an erotic bachelorette cake for wild women; mama becomes unhappy.
Buddy is excited about creating an old-school wedding cake; a dad-to-be orders a giant lobster tail pastry for his pregnant wife.
The team goes on a field trip to a museum to research a prehistoric mammal cake; a sweet 16 cake proves to be more work than anyone planned on; Frankie makes and decorates a cake for a hard-to-please client: Mary.
Buddy and the team are asked to make a toyshop-themed cake based on FAO Schwarz for twins' birthday party; beach-themed cake; Carlo's team has a weight-loss challenge.
The team takes on the challenge of making a traditional Chinese dragon cake for a dragon boat racing team; the bakery prepares hundreds of cannoli shells for the annual 25-Cent Throw Back Cannoli Day.
Buddy is asked to make a fire-breathing Tiki cake; Mauro challenges Buddy to ice a cake while blindfolded.
Buddy draws on his Italian heritage to create a Leaning Tower of Pisa wedding cake; after a client mixes up the date, Buddy must create a lobster-themed cake at the last minute.