Andrea hides two burned Beef Wellingtons and tells Coi she needs eight minutes. That's the way to do it. On the blue side, J has some Wellingtons that are cold. He tells Chef Ramsay that he doesn't know what happened, and Sous Chef Scott walks past and says "Fan's on low. It should be on high." Chef Ramsay does some shouting.
On the red side, Colleen is caught leaving an oven door open. And then Chef Ramsay notices the three or four burnt Wellingtons that Andrea has been hiding, which makes him very angry indeed. Andrea interviews that she's in trouble. I think she's right.
On the blue side, Chef Ramsay is calling Robert "Bobby". Robert does not like that. "My father's name is Bobby. And I had a [bleep]ed-up childhood," he explains. He's increasingly unresponsive to Chef Ramsay, and it doesn't help that he's also screwing up the John Dory. Chef Ramsay objects to the amount of food that is being thrown away. Robert starts to explain that he didn't want to send up unacceptable food, but gives up partway through the explanation. "Why can't you look at me when I talk to you," asks Chef Ramsay. He sounds a little concerned. He sounds less concerned when he follows that up with "Robert. Get out!"
It turns out he's not actually throwing Robert out of the kitchen. He just wants to give him a little pep talk. You know, make sure that Robert's got his head in the game and isn't freaking out. Unfortunately, Robert is completely freaking out, and being shouted at by Gordon Ramsay doesn't seem to be helping. In an interview, Robert claims that it took great self-control not to go off on Chef Ramsay. And then he moons the camera, telling Ramsay to kiss his ass. Great. Thanks for that. In the kitchen, Ramsay is up in Robert's face, telling him (accurately) that "you look like one sulky, pissed-off cook."
On the red side, Andrea is falling behind on the meat station and is apparently just calling out "four minutes!" whenever anyone asks for anything, no matter how long it will actually take. When she's pressed by Carol, she says six minutes, but immediately says two minutes to Chef Ramsay. And the thing is, she knows she's screwing up.
A couple hours into dinner service, there's a lull in entrees. J gets yelled at when it's been 14 minutes since an entree has left. Other members of the blue team are begging J to tell them it's okay to bring their stuff to the pass, but he seems to have forgotten to cook the lamb. So it's not. Lacey is in control right here, by the way; her station is up-to-date and she's communicating with the other people. The breakdown is J's.