Back in the dining room, Gordon has a couple of plastic cows. Scott and Gloria uncover tables with cuts of meat on it, and the challenge is on! Part one is identifying cuts, and the second part is identifying where on the cow the food came from. So the first person puts labels on all eight cuts. Ben goes first for the men and gets one wrong. Giovanni, who worked in a steak house, fixes the mistake. Andrea has two wrong for the women, but Paula corrects them. So now the labels are being applied to the side of the plastic cows, and it's kind of like a competitive version of Good Eats.
Seth brags a bit about how meat is "one of my fortes" and how he could get six or seven of the eight correct without even looking. In fact, he has seven wrong. Out of eight. Incidentally, these are not obscure cuts of meat. These are things like "rib-eye" and "brisket." And "short ribs." The fact that Andrea and Ben couldn't even identify the cuts while looking at them is a little worrying. I'm no chef, but I know what a filet mignon looks like. Lacey has a chance to win after Seth's impressively terrible performance, but first we go to commercials on a specialized bumper that shows the Hell's Kitchen logo being branded onto a cow.
In this AT&T Wireless ad with the rollover minutes and the garage sale, I think the mother is crazy. If they need to save money, wouldn't it make sense to sell off the unused minutes the way the son is doing?
So we're back. Lacey looks worried, and Robert has time to get his changes in. There are still six wrong for the men. Seriously? You guys don't know where the flank steak comes from? Lacey finally rings her bell, and now they have six wrong. Chef Ramsay thinks they should at least be able to figure out where the "bottom round" is. Ben roars in and finally fixes the men's cow, so they win. Charlie claims they're a force to be reckoned with, but that was a really awful performance. Slightly better than the women, though.
The reward (in which Gordon uses the phrase "most amazing" twice) will involve wine-tasting and a steakhouse. And a private jet. Seth believes that he will go "big pimpin'." Robert shows off his wedding shoes to the women, who awwww! all over them. Robert interviews that his wedding was supposed to be the next night, but that they put it off for him to be on Hell's Kitchen.