Greer and Dave take a look at this year's contestants, discuss some pre-show predictions, the move to Channel 4 and whether the new presenter line up is going to work.
Greer is joined by Suzi to recap gothic handbags, three quarter melons and good painted crust and say goodbye to the first baker to leave the tent, Peter.
Greer is joined by Pip and Beth for Mumsnet Oreos, terrible fortune cookies and coming up with their own Biscuit board games.
Greer is joined by Olivia and JP for awkward looking snails and somehow compare the show to the Anne Hathaway film, The Princess Diaries.
Greer is joined by Joe for obvious innuendos, his Mum's Lasagne and have found the perfect formula for working out who is next to leave the tent.
Greer is joined by Suzi to decide whether the show should be renamed The Great British Steam Off as well as speculating on Stephen's future stardom.
Greer is joined by JP to talk Paul Hollywood's floured finger, Bake Off Fan fiction and cockney accents.
Greer is joined by Suzi to revisit the Bake Off Semi-Final! They talk Prue's made up technicals, the long-awaited downfall of Stacey and the invention of Taste-O-Vision.
Greer is joined by Suzi and Joe. They talk High School Musical, Edible Skin and answer 'Who Runs The World?' (turns out it's Mrs Turnbull, she's queen of everything.)
Greer and Suzi have taken a trip to the pub. We talk unruly hair, anti-bake ninjas and ask 'Where exactly did Margaret go?'
Greer says the word Nozzle too many times, Mandira talks learning to bake in Dehli, Suzi has a pastry confession and we find out whether celebrity chefs can actually cook.