Tek complains that it's hard to maintain her focus when people are shouting and buzzing around. That's the situation, isn't it? If you can't work in a shouty environment, you aren't going to do well on this show.
The blue team is successfully delivering entrees, even when it requires One-Hand Dave to do something. But Tek's a bottleneck and nothing's coming out of the red kitchen. On the blue side, Kevin is making a big show of "backing up" Jim, at one point stepping in front of Jim to get some drawn butter and bustling it to the pass while Jim stands there with drawn butter in his hands looking dejected. But as the Blue kitchen is serving its last entrees, it seems like whatever Kevin and Jim have been doing is working.
The Red side, meanwhile, hasn't served any entrees. Amanda tries to help out with the lobster for the surf and turf, but has apparently neglected to cook it. Cue tirade.
So now it's a big kick in the pants for the red team, because the blue team is brought over to handle their orders for them. Ouch. Jim describes it as a kitchenpocalypse, "like a hand grenade went off in a cow's ass." All the women look on sadly as the blue team do all of their entrees for them. Except for Kevin, who's doing all the blue desserts by himself. Man, that's bad. Bad!
Chef Ramsay says goodbye to Staff Sgt. Otis James. That's the end of Cheerful Gordon, because we cut directly to the part where he's shouting at the red team after the service. He objects to the lack of communication, teamwork, and general cooking ability. He tells the red team to work together and decide on two people to nominate. They trudge off. The blue team, on the other hand, is very happy right now.