In Red, Christina leads off by nominating Tiffany, for all the screaming (not to mention the not-giving-a-shitness). Tiffany, who is possible the least self-aware contestant I've ever seen on this show, tells us she's sick of Barbie's attitude, since they're here to cook, not give attitude. That's true, except I'd like Tiffany to evaluate her cooking job tonight instead of pointing fingers at the person who SAVED HER STATIONS WHILE TIFFANY GAVE HER ATTITUDE. Kimmie votes for Robyn and Tiffany. Robyn votes for herself and Kimmie. That's great, because she gets to pull a martyr routine and tell Kimmie to woman enough to admit to her own mistakes like she's doing. And then they're up in each other's faces again, and we go to commercial with the usual promise of violence that sadly never pans out. Dana says she was wondering who was going to hit whom first. Notice she appears to be the only one NOT doing something to try to prevent that from happening.
The chefs file back into the dining room, where Ramsay rechristens Steak Night as "Disaster Night" and asks Clemenza for Blue's nominations. Patrick for putting out raw meat and having dishes sent back. Second nominee is Royce, for also getting thrown out.
As for Red, their nominees are Tiffany for her appetizers, and Robyn, for lying about when her fish was cooked. Robyn seems surprised that that's coming up, and denies lying to Ramsay. She cops to miscommunication, nothing more. "I've been true to myself about not lying, because that's how my mother raised me," she says, whatever that's supposed to mean. She starts yammering at Kimmie, while the rest of Red stands there, perfectly willing to let Robyn dig her own grave. Robyn talks about how she doesn't give a shit about friends because she's here to work for Ramsay, who can hardly believe what he's seeing.
He orders the nominees forward. Royce says he's got a lot of fight in him, and he's been kicked, beaten and stabbed, but he keeps coming back and getting better every day. "I'm not feeling it," says Ramsay. Patrick says he brings all his passion and commitment and drive, even as he fights through his rust on the line. He says he can command the kitchen, but Ramsay says every time he turns his back, he panics, because he knows Patrick isn't going to deliver the goods.
He asks Tiffany if she cares. Tiffany says the cattiness and her team just sucks sometimes. Tiffany hates it so much that she's one of the worst ones, I suppose. Ramsay asks Barbie why she's shaking her head, and Barbie says she thinks Tiffany doesn't care about standards, techniques or professionalism. Tiffany says Barbie gave her attitude and tells Ramsay this is the kind of cattiness she's talking about. She says Barbie is the weakest on the team and can't run a station by herself. A lot of Red's members seem to chuckle at this, given that Barbie ran TWO stations tonight that Tiffany couldn't handle on her own.