Back in Hell's Kitchen, Blue Team decides to practice for their service by miming cooking. It's really kind of bizarre. And then Chino manages to fuck up mime risotto. I mean, obviously he's doing it to present a bit of an obstacle so they can practice overcoming something like that, but Will and Jonathon are all, "He can't even fake being a good cook." Jonathon exasperatedly points out that there wasn't even any real cooking involved. Yeah, well, there was no actual undercooked risotto involved, either!
Back at the stupid go-kart track, there is one stupid race left between stupid Carrie and stupid Elise and stupid Jamie. "There was no way I was going to allow Carrie to win the race," says Elise, who proceeds to run Carrie off the track at every opportunity. And then Jamie "wins" some stupid trophy and everybody cheers, and unfortunately there is not even one go-kart-related fatality.
And later, Red Team's back in the kitchen, doing prep work for the night's service, with sous-chef Andi popping in and refusing to take Elise's garbage. "Would you stop talking to me like I'm your fucking child?" says Andi, god bless her, in response to Elise's chirping. Elise, like a child, talks back as she insists she's not talking back. "I'm here, you're here. Get it straight," Andi points out, holding the Andi hand much higher above the Elise hand. "You're so fucking disrespectful," Andi snaps at one point. "This is the first time I've smiled all night," says Carrie, who in reality actually smiles all the time like a psycho.
Apparently, there are some VIPs in the dinner service tonight at the chef's tables, putting extra pressure on the teams, although they're the kind of VIPs that require an onscreen graphic for anyone to actually know who they are. We've got Misty May Treanor and Jen Kessy, who are champion volleyball players, dining in the Red section, and the Blue section has a bit of an upgrade with Olympic swimmers Mark Spitz (who now appears to be eighty years old) and Janet Evans.
Krupa's going to play hostess to the Red chef's table, and she's really excited because she knows who they are. Jonathon is assigned to look after Spitz and Evans, and he declares himself a Mark Spitz fan.