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.
In the Red Team's discussions, Andrea declares that she and Lacey did well, and they share a high five. Coi admits that she did very poorly and puts herself up since "everybody else did better than me." For the men, Giovanni suggests Seth and Ben. Ben is frankly dumbfounded that anyone would suggest that he's not awesome. Danny agrees with Giovanni, and for some reason that does not convince Ben that he did a bad job. He thinks he heard Danny's name more often. There's some talk about J's salad mishap.
Both teams are lined up in front of Chef Ramsay, and it turns out that the thing that most grates on him is the butt of lettuce. A steak, you can cook again. But a butt of lettuce? That's the sort of thing that ruins reputations! Okay, Danny, who's up? Seth "for obvious reasons" and Ben because "we just feel he hasn't been able to perform for the dinner services." Lacey, who do you have? Colleen, "based on her overall performance" and ... herself! Chef Ramsay tries to lead Lacey into naming Coi, and Lacey admits that she thinks she did better than Coi tonight. Coi thinks it was her worst performance.
Okay, Lacey, Colleen, Seth, and Ben, step forward. Now say things about how hard you work and how much you're learning. Great. Okay, "Ben ... get back in line." Zing! A little of the ol' Seacrest action from Gordon Ramsay. Anyway, the person actually leaving is Seth. Good.
Chef Ramsay moves Lacey to the men's team. Lacey interviews, "And the bitches rejoice! No more Lacey!" Well, they do rejoice a little.
Next week: Somebody wants to quit. J can't identify some food! Chef Ramsay yells at Andrea and Robert. It's a Hell's Kitchen you'll have to see to believe! Wait, doesn't that imply you don't trust me?
Montykins has never had risotto. Or Beef Wellington. That's going to change eventually, although this show makes him think they must be practically impossible to cook right. Monty also has a blog devoted to Movie Novelizations, cleverly entitled Monty on Movie Novelizations. You can email him at email@example.com if that's your idea of a good time.