Where were we? Oh, yeah, Ramsay tells 'em all to fuck off. I don't think any one of us will ever forget that episode!
The chefs drape themselves all over the furniture and feel sorry for themselves. The women in particular seem to be a little concerned about what's going to happen with Elise, because all of them except for Elizabeth said last time they all want Elise to go. Jonathon tells her he still loves her (not that he can be roused to a sitting position to say so), and Elise is... unpacking wine, or something, perhaps strategically placing bottles so they're handy when she gets in a fight and needs to break one off at the neck? She sees the strategy now: Go after the strongest one. It IS pretty much the opposite of her own strategy, which has been to devour the weakest one (i.e. Carrie). "If that's how we're going to play the game, and start trying to cut the competition, well let the games begin, because someone's going home next week, and it ain't gonna be me."
For the Red Team, the air is thick with cigarette smoke and recrimination, where Jamie wants to know if Elise is OK, and Elise starts going on about how she's happy to find out she doesn't have any friends, and she's much better than Carrie, who's sitting right there, and not saying anything to defend herself that we can see. Elise tells the group that she learned a valuable lesson tonight. "Which is?" asks Jamie. "Bring it on," says Elise, which makes sense on precisely zero levels.
The next morning, the chefs are greeted in the restaurant by Ramsay standing amid bubbling beakers and flasks -- science-fiction mad scientist stuff -- because today they're going to be working with chefs who are notorious for combining science and food. And just as you're thinking, "Monsanto has chefs?" out come Ben Roche and Homaro Cantu, who at least Natalie recognizes as being the chefs from Moto. She seems excited about it. Me, I'm intrigued by what Ramsay said about the frozen pizza they created; apparently the flavor changes as you eat it, to taste like dessert. I kind of wish this show had some sort of "Buy It Now!" pop-up, because I would have been dialing in seconds.
"They do the craziest things I've ever seen done in a kitchen," says Natalie. The chefs then go on to blow the chefs' minds, and this is easier for some of the chefs than it is for others. They're making a "dreamsicle sorbet," and they use a sound-generator to liquefy the oranges' innards. Jonathon hilariously stares at the chefs. He looks like he's witnessing actual witchcraft. "Soundwaves, dude? Are you kidding me, man?" Jonathon tells us. He may actually be expressing skepticism that such magical things exist.