"Master Chief Rocks at Ordering at Restaurants" is the seventh episode of season 3.
Master Chief teaches viewers how to order food at restaurants in the alternate timeline. He tells viewers how to pick a restaurant, how to drive there, and how to wait in line and treat waiters. The Arbiter, Cortana, and General Caesar Charlemagne arrive and eat with Master Chief. Charlemagne explains that he was head of research on the SPARTAN project and that Sergeant Avery Johnson was the assistant. Master Chief says he knows Johnson and Charlemagne says they should invite him to eat with them. Meanwhile, the King makes his deal with Ronald. He points out how Ronald's original timeline counterpart is badly wounded, and that he knows why Ronald created the alternate timeline: to find "the coordinates." Ronald needs Master Chief to tell him the coordinates, something he would never do in the original timeline due to their conflict. The King says that if Ronald tells him the coordinates, he will heal Ronald in the original timeline. Ronald agrees to the deal, noting that now that they both know where "it" is, the race is on.
- This episode is an alternate timeline equivalent of "Master Chief Sucks at Ordering at Restaurants."
- This is the first time Sergeant Johnson's first name, Avery, has been spoken within the series. It has previously only been shown in guest lists and credits.
- The end credits from Lost play during this episode's end credits. This music was previously used only for the first and second season finales.
- Once again, Master Chief gives advice that is the opposite of what he gave before. He tells viewers to drive carefully and not hit children instead of intentionally doing so, waiting in line patiently instead of cutting in front, and being nice to waiters instead of being rude. When Cortana says they should order an appetizer, the Arbiter says only fat people order them, a reference to what Master Chief said originally. Furthermore, the Arbiter says that if their credit card is not returned immediately, they should assume it was stolen, another piece of Master Chief advice from the original timeline. ("Master Chief Sucks at Ordering at Restaurants")