The new contestants arrive and are greeted by Sean Astin. After a warmup challenge, the contestants pair off to create new cantina aliens based on the Star Wars franchise.
The team has their first individual challenge contest and board a pirate ship to discover what concepts have been assigned to them for their pirate challenge.
The contestants pair up into teams of two to create Chinese dragons incorporating their Chinese Zodiac signs. However, one contestant's injury may put her and her teammate out of the running.
After an immunity challenge simulating trauma damage, the contestants move on to the spotlight challenge. They're informed that Wonderland has been infected with a zombie plague and they must recreate Lewis Carroll's famous characters as the undead.
The contestants create makeup for superheroes and their sidekicks after getting inspiration from some astonishing vehicles. Kevin Smith is a guest judge.
After a foundation challenge involving models, the remaining contestants must create characters based on concepts taken from the video game Dishonored.
After a foundation challenge based on the Day of the Dead where the previous losers get a chance to rejoin the show, the contestants must create make-up based on children's sketches.
The remaining contestants move directly to the spotlight challenge and must create human-creature hybrids based on Dr. Seuss' Sleep Book. To judge their work, producer Brian Grazer joins the judges' panel.
The remaining contestants scavenge a junkyard for parts to make cyborg makeup designs, and Terminator producer Gale Anne Hurd sits in as a guest judge.
For the penultimate challenge, the remaining four contestants must each create a monster based only on how their victims died.
The remaining three artists are tasked with creating Halloween-themed characters, which they then must have perform in a choreographed stunt show.
Viewers choose the Season 3 winner, who will be announced during the finale in Los Angeles. Also: The eliminated artists reunite.