Danny sends over some sauce that is deemed acceptable. Gordon tells Ben that the previous attempt was [bleep] disgusting. Danny deadpans in an interview, "I just seem to rock everything I touch." Ah. The old Midas curse. Well, not "Midas." I guess. Medusa?
One of the men's Caesar salads gets sent back for having something in it. A lettuce stem? Is that a thing? It's something that doesn't go in a Caesar salad, anyway. J interviews, "J feels like a jackass." Good! Oh, and the voiceover says it's the butt of the lettuce. Heh heh. "Butt."
The men have served most of their appetizers and move on to entrees. Ben, you're up! Bring the lamb! No, they are all too thin. Robert interviews that it looked like a piece of carpaccio on a bone. Meanwhile, LA is getting vexed with Colleen's habit of popping cooked food back in the oven to "keep it warm." Also, LA does not like Colleen bugging her.
Now, Danny's on garnishes. Chef Ramsay shouts for them, and I learn that "mashed potato" counts as a garnish. That's good, because I had been wondering how much work "throwing some parsley on it" could possibly be. Danny's a little slow and commits the cardinal sin of not answering when Chef Ramsay asks how long it will be. All Ramsay wants is a lot of communication. Okay, now back to the red team. LA tells Colleen that the Beef Wellingtons are "Well. Medium Well...Medium." Colleen brings the Wellingtons up to the pass and identifies them as "Well, Medium Well, Two Mediums." Chef Ramsay stops her. He wanted three, but she brought four. They were supposed to be Medium, Medium Well, and Well Done. She identifies the Medium, the Medium Well, and the Well Done one, and then gets beaten down about the extra one.
Chef Ramsay calls out some new orders to the men (which include appetizers for some reason), but Seth is busy muttering "bacon, bacon, bacon, bacon" to Giovanni. Chef Ramsay dares him to say what was just called out, which he of course cannot. And then! Chef Ramsay sees Seth wipe his face and a pan with the same cloth. Oh, this will not stand!
Meanwhile in the dining room, Jean-Philippe has to send back some spaghetti for being undercooked and not having lobster. Nice going, Coi! And there are more returns. We see Coi drop a plate, and Chef Ramsay has had enough. In a flurry of [bleep]s, both teams are declared the losers. Each team is sent back to the dorm to think about what they've done.