The red team will clean all the ovens, which is a good idea to do occasionally. And they'll also prep both kitchens for tonight's dinner service. Meanwhile, the blue team will go to a mystery place that reminds Gordon of England.
As the chefs file out of the dining room, Chef Ramsay praises Nilka's dish. Scott points out in an interview that it's easy to make a good dish if you grab all the best ingredients. He continues to complain about that in the patio, and Fran tells him to shut it. Her opinion is that if you didn't say anything at the time, you have nobody to blame but yourself. Quit making excuses. And her opinions of the punishment is "Well, it's not the first oven I've cleaned." Exactly. Just do the job and get through it.
The blue team takes a double-decker bus to some place called Ye Olde King's Head, where they drink beer. It's the authentic British experience! It has a picture of Gordon playing soccer, which everyone remembers to call "football" while they're in Pretend England. Meanwhile, the red team is cleaning ovens. Nilka complains a lot. The ovens are gross, which is why you're supposed to clean them.
The blue team has a gimmicky dart challenge, in which Autumn is the only one able to stick the dart into the board. They get some product-integrated cookware. Meanwhile, Siobhan is claiming to be allergic to almost everything in the world. She's being careful with the cleaning chemicals, but it doesn't look like she's actually avoiding any work. She gets pale and hives start to appear, so she rushes off to see the medic. The medic cuts her isolation suit off her and tells her to stay away from the chemicals and to let him know if she has trouble breathing. So Siobhan goes off to have a smoke on the patio while the rest of the team finishes cleaning.
Siobhan rejoins them for prep, and Scott is on Fran's nerves. There's some mild drama about a possible lack of potatoes, if that's the sort of thing that interests you.
The teams are lined up in the kitchen for the pre-service talk. This probably has some clever name like "roll call" that they've just never mentioned on the show. Anyway, tonight's gimmick is that it's kid's night, and that means that Gordon would appreciate it if they didn't make him "[bleep]ing swear". Good luck with that. Anyway, Siobhan is fairly confident in her ability as a pub chef to cook fish sticks.