Dinner service opens, with Christina's seven-star lobster dish added to the menu. Blue gets off to a lousy start, with Clemenza serving up chewy appetizer pasta. Christina sends up some delicious risotto, though. In Blue, Brian rolls his eyes at Clemenza's pasta struggles, since Clemenza, being Italian, has probably cooked pasta "17 billion" times.
Sugar Ray Leonard arrives with his wife (the on-screen graphic HILARIOUSLY identifies him as author of The Big Fight. Because everyone thinks of Sugar Ray as a boxer. You just KNOW that promo was a condition of him being on the show), and Ramsay cautions Robyn to "show some grace." Look, you picked Robyn, you live with what you get. In Blue, Tito Ortiz arrives with some other dude and orders an Arnold Palmer, and a nervous Justin manages not to drown in flop sweat.
Christina's worried about the Leonards being so close to her station, because if she screws up their food, she's dead. She figures Mrs. Sugar Ray can throw a punch too. Naturally, she messes up the risotto, and an angry Ramsay brings it back to the kitchen so everyone can taste what a pile of undercooked shit it is. I love how, in interviews, the contestants are always non-ironically going, "Are you kidding me?" whenever it comes to someone else's screwup. Christina starts over.
Brian's much more confident, but then he serves up a soupy risotto and Ramsay chews him out, much to the apparent delight of Tito Ortiz.
Christina tries again, and this time serving up a perfect dish, and Brian similarly serves a perfect dish on his second attempt. A non-copyright-infringement version of the Rocky theme kicks in, and Brian goes over to the chef's table to apologize and say, "I'm a [bleep] sometimes," and Ortiz tells him everyone makes mistakes, and then Brian does some boxing moves, which is bad enough, and he only makes it worse by adding squeaky little "pew! pew!" explosions. Ortiz can only shake his head in bafflement after Brian leaves.
Red has moved on to entrees, but Ramsay spots Tiffany absentmindedly tapping a knife against her lip and then using it to check the Wellingtons. Or, as Robyn puts it, she is basically "making out with the Wellingtons," and then Robyn elegantly starts rapidly thrusting her tongue out of her mouth. Robyn the apple-polisher loudly agrees with Ramsay that it's unsanitary.