There's a lot of shouting, mostly from Robert, and Andy provides some new lamb. Robert is dubious about whether Chef Ramsay will accept it, but he brings it to the pass. Then he sabotages Andy by saying "Chef, we can't send that, right?" Sous chef Scott agrees that the lamb is no good, and Robert starts stomping and cursing at the top of his lungs. The editing would have us believe that he's bothering the customers, which I doubt. I mean, if I went to Hell's Kitchen (aside: I would love to go to Hell's Kitchen!) I would be listening intently for the sound of cursing coming from the kitchen. Gordon tells Robert to lower the volume. Meanwhile, out in the kitchen, Tom Green is claiming that he and his lady friend have to go to the ballet or something.
Over in the red kitchen, Lovely doesn't know what's being sent. And the music is mocking her slowness. And on the blue side, Andy's lamb is acceptable to Chef Ramsay. Tom Green pretends to choke on it, but it's just his wacky shenanigans. Remember Tom Green and his wacky shenanigans? [I do! "The ballet"... he's got a million of 'em! - Z]
Now it's Suzanne's turn on the lamb. She's slicing it too thin. Tennille rubs it in, which I guess is understandable. The blue team has communication problems (and is missing tongs) when Dave comes back. He's thrown onto desserts, and Kevin wonders how he's going to do with only one hand.
Two hours in, each kitchen has three entrees to go. Everyone acts like this is the end of the dinner service, even though they just mentioned the desserts. There's a lot of shouting and cooking and serving and all that sort of thing. Everyone is impatient. Sous chef Scott rejects some chicken for the last ticket and really gets into Andy's face, ordering him to get the [bleep] chicken ready for the table by the time the rest of the [bleep] food is ready to go. He's surprisingly agitated here. I wonder if he and Heather have a bet going. The women have some raw pasta. Both refires are good. It's down to the sides, which means Gordon is now shouting "Where's the creamed spinach?!" There's something you don't hear every day. Everybody in both kitchens is jumpy and edgy, and the blue team finishes first by a nose. There's a passing mention of desserts, and we're done!
After dinner, the chefs are lined up in the kitchen for a postmortem. Chef Ramsay tells them they were beaten by the side dishes, and Suzanne raises her hand. She'd like a play-by-play on that. I don't know what she means, exactly, but those were her words. Chef Ramsay clarifies: "First of all, I'm telling you straight to your face. You lost." He assigns Sabrina to pick "two individuals that you think have no future in Hell's Kitchen." Suzanne interviews that she might go home for questioning Chef Ramsay. Up in the dorms, as the blue team rejoices in their victory, Robert imitates Chef Ramsay: "Here's a play-by-play for you. You're a dumb bitch." All the guys enjoy this very much. Van looks like he's going to hurt himself laughing.