In Blue, Ramsay's all over Patrick, but Brian concedes that he thinks it's because Ramsay sees a lot of potential in Patrick. Potential food poisoning, maybe. The last steak Patrick brings up is practically raw. There's gonna be trouble!
Not surprisingly, Patrick is given the heave-ho, so he goes upstairs and starts blubbering in front of his family shrine. "I keep letting my family down," he says, and I start to feel for the guy. His family's proud of him for making it here, and he wants to do well for them. Plus, in one of the pictures, his kid is wearing the exact same chicken Halloween costume that my daughter wore one year. Wanting to make your kids proud is a pretty powerful motivator. He's worried he's blowing his chance.
But Blue's got entrees to put out, and Justin has stepped in to start firing them out to very satisfied diners. Robyn and Kimmie are still arguing about when to slice, when to run, to the extent that Ramsay pulls them aside to find out what's going on. He solves nothing, but at least they do start to get some food sent out.
In Blue, Royce is on the grill (he's the "Rolls-Royce" of cooking, he tells us, and I may be coming around on Royce. Not because that wasn't a terrible joke, because it was, but because he's so sincere about it). He talks about being one with the meat. In which case, Royce is raw. Well, half-raw, half-perfect, because he serves up one of each in hanger steaks. Ramsay kicks him out, mockingly calling him Rolls-Royce, and Royce doesn't particularly think it's fair.
In Red, Kimmie and Robyn are STILL bickering, like SHUT UP ROBYN AND KIMMIE. Especially Kimmie, but ESPECIALLY ROBYN. Robyn's got the ridiculous "I'm trying to work together, but she won't work with me" attitude. And now Tiffany is screaming at Barbie about something or other. "Look at you all," sneers Ramsay. "What a sad situation." He brings the Blue chefs into Red's kitchen, a situation Dana rightly calls embarrassing.