"Top Chef Masters" has been pretty intense this season. The chefs have already survived Restaurant Wars and a challenge that required them to jump out of a plane -- not to mention curveballs from their sous chefs -- but this week (Wed., Aug. 28 at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo) they'll be facing their toughest critics: Kids.
We've got an exclusive sneak peek, above, at the incredibly fun introduction to this daunting task, featuring kid-favorite characters from "Yo Gabba Gabba!" The task for chefs: Make something yummy (so yummy, so yummy) for kids tummies using ingredients that young palates normally hate.
Another fun bonus for TV fans: "The Mindy Project" star Mindy Kaling will be judging the Quickfire Challenge, with meals inspired by her favorite romantic comedies.
Watch the preview above and tell us: Are you watching "Top Chef Masters" this season? Who do you think will win this challenge?
"Top Chef Masters" airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo.
Griffin Gluck, "Back in the Game" (ABC)
You might recognize this freckle-faced 13-year-old L.A. native from a few other small screen gigs. Gluck played Cooper's (Paul Adelstein) son Mason on "Private Practice" and made appearances on "United States of Tara" and "The Office." But this fall, on the ABC comedy "Back in the Game," Gluck stars as Danny Gannon, whose mom Terry Jr. (Maggie Lawson), a former all-star softball player, coaches his Little League team of misfits.
Blake Garrett Rosenthal, "Mom" (CBS)
After stints on "The Office" (as Cameron) and "New Girl" (as Elvin) and in hit movies "This Is 40" and "Bridesmaids," Rosenthal joins Chuck Lorre's upcoming comedy "Mom" as Christy's (Anna Faris) youngest child, Roscoe. He's as sweet as he looks, but he certainly isn't afraid to tell it like it is (like when he sleepily reveals to his mom that his teenage sister took a shower with her boyfriend, for example).
Johnny Sequoyah, "Believe" (NBC)
Newcomer Johnny Sequoyah is unforgettable in NBC's mid-season sci-fi series "Believe." Not only is her character -- a foster child named Bo -- magical, but there's certainly something special about Sequoyah as well.
Albert Tsai, "Trophy Wife" (ABC)
Nine-year-old California native Albert Tsai only has one credit to his name -- the penultimate episode of Season 8 of "How I Met Your Mother" -- but he steals the show on ABC's fall comedy "Trophy Wife." As Bert, the adopted son of Pete (Bradley Whitford) and his second wife Jackie (Michaela Watkins), he causes some commotion in third wife Kate's (Malin Akerman) life as well.
Benjamin Stockham, "About A Boy" (NBC)
At just 13 years old, Benjamin Stockham is practically a TV veteran. He starred on the 2010 Fox sitcom "Sons of Tuscon" as Robby Gunderson and was most recently a regular on NBC's White House comedy "1600 Penn" as the president's (Bill Pullman) youngest son Xander. Stockham has also appeared on "CSI: NY," "Rizzoli & Isles" and "Once Upon A Time" and now, he'll star on NBC's adaptation of "About A Boy." On the series, Stockham takes on the role originated by Nicholas Hoult in the film version, playing 11-year-old oddball Marcus Brewer, who takes a liking to his new playboy neighbor Will Freeman (David Walton).
Samantha Isler, "Sean Saves the World" (NBC)
Oklahoma native Samantha Isler is making her comedy debut on NBC's new fall series “Sean Saves the World." Playing Ellie, Sean's (Sean Hayes) sassy teenage daughter on the series, Isler is returning to the Peacock network that discovered her years ago as part of <a href="http://www.today.com/video/today/33785303" target="_blank">a "Today" competition.</a>
Sean Giambrone, "The Goldbergs" (ABC)
Sean Giambrone joins ABC's upcoming fall comedy "The Goldbergs" as the 11-year-old version of the show's creator, Adam Goldberg. He always has a camera in his hand and a smile on his face in this '80s-set series and his relationship with his grandfather (played by George Segal) manages to be both inappropriate and adorable.
J.J. Totah, "Back in the Game" (ABC)
Disney Channel lovers might recognize J.J. Totah as Stuart, a recurring character on the hit comedy "Jessie." But the California native actually got his big break when he performed stand up at the renowned Hollywood Improv. In the fall, the young actor plays the ultra sassy Little Leaguer Michael on ABC's "Back in the Game." This picture really says it all.
Bailee Madison, "Trophy Wife" (ABC)
You'll likely recognize 13-year-old Florida native Bailee Madison. From TV roles on "Law & Order: SVU," "Wizards of Waverly Place" and "Once Upon A Time" (as the younger version of Ginnifer Goodwin's character Snow White) to blockbuster movies like the Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston comedy "Just Go With It" and the Katie Holmes thriller "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," Madison has been all over both the big and small screens. This fall, she takes on the role of Hillary, the oldest daughter of Pete (Bradley Whitford) and his first wife Diane (Marcia Gay Harden), who isn't exactly a fan of his third wife Kate (Malin Akerman).
Ian Colletti, "Rake" (Fox)
After gigs on "Blue's Clues" and "The Sopranos" and cameos in "Baby Mama" and "Phoebe in Wonderland," Ian Colletti is growing up on the new Fox dramedy "Rake." The midseason series follows Keegan Deene (Greg Kinnear), a criminal defense lawyer whose personal problems have come crashing down and now, he's battling with everyone around him, including his son Finn, played by Colletti.
Eli Baker, "Growing Up Fisher" (NBC)
On NBC's new midseason semi-autobiographical comedy from DJ Nash, Eli Baker is at the heart of the "Growing Up Fisher" dysfunction. He plays plays 11-year-old <a href="https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=482396855164410&set=pb.458295134241249.-2207520000.1376964950.&type=3&theater" target="_blank">Henry Fisher</a> , whose family grows closer after his parents divorce and his blind father gets a guide dog. The gig marks Baker's first credited role.
Siena Agudong, "Killer Women" (ABC)
Nine-year-old Siena Agudong is making a splash on ABC's midseason drama "Killer Women." As much of a dominant force as "Battlestar Gallactica" alumna Tricia Helfer is as Molly Parker, a recently divorced former beauty queen and badass Texas Ranger, Agudong steals the show as her adorable, precocious niece Lulu.
Cooper Roth, "Back in the Game" (ABC)
California native Cooper Roth, who most recently guest starred on the Disney Channel comedy "Good Luck Charlie," gets his baseball on this fall on ABC's comedy "Back in the Game," where he plays bad boy David Slingbaugh.
Fabrizio Guido, "Welcome to the Family" (NBC)
Fabrizio Guido made it big this summer in the blockbuster action flick "World War Z." But "Welcome to the Family," which premieres on NBC this fall, marks his first major small screen role. In the comedy, 14-year-old Guido plays Demetrio Hernandez, the younger brother of straight-A student Junior Hernandez (Joseph Haro), who's gotten his girlfriend pregnant, forcing his family to merge with hers.
Kennedy Waite, "Back in the Game" (ABC)
Chicago native Kennedy Waite has appeared in several short movies and commercials, but ABC's baseball comedy "Back in the Game" marks her TV debut. The young actress plays Vanessa on the upcoming fall comedy.
Jack Gore, "The Michael J. Fox Show" (NBC)
After making his on-screen debut in the Sundance Film Festival hit “We Are What We Are," eight-year-old native New Yorker Jack Gore is starring as Graham Henry in NBC’s new comedy “The Michael J. Fox Show," the youngest of the titular star's children.