Okay, so about this private jet. Unusually for a "jet," it appears to have propellers. As opposed to the more common "jet engines." Would you like to know what I think? I think this is not a "jet" at all. This does not stop them from using the phrase "private jet" one hundred million times. Also, I think someone called it "crispy," which is a whole different thing.
Meanwhile, the women are in charge of taking sides of beef from the truck to the kitchen. LA and Andrea in particular seem shocked and astonished (yes, both at once!) that they have to deal with big hunks of meat like this. It does look pretty heavy, and they get it to the kitchen. Lacey doesn't do a great job, but she hangs in there, although she's grabbing her back. By the way, who designed this restaurant? They're carrying the meat in through the front door and straight down the middle of the dining room. Isn't there usually a back door? You know, for deliveries?
We're told that the women are in "utter hell," and I just pray that wasn't "udder" hell. Meanwhile, the men are at Sunstone Winery, getting a tour. Back to the women, who are butchering the sides of beef. At this point, I would like to point out that the word "butchering" is frequently misused. Butchers, in fact, are amazingly precise and use incredibly sharp tools. A properly butchered steak is clean and neat. And delicious. However, when people say something was "butchered," they usually mean it was hacked at inexpertly. And that kind of bugs me.
Speaking of things that bug me: LA is complaining that she has blood on her apron. Yes, well, that's what the apron is there for.
At the steakhouse, the men are eating gigantic steaks while Gordon enthuses about how the steaks aren't trying to impress anyone. It's just simple food, prepared well. Back to the women, where Scott tells them to eat some beef tongue, kidneys, heart, and liver. He gives them some barf bags, which I'd hoped would be unnecessary.
Oh, but I hope wrong! Lacey says she won't be able to do it. Coi tells her to shut up and eat. LA interviews that she's one of those people who can't even hear someone else gagging without starting to gag herself. So we see Lacey throwing up into a bag. This means that LA throws up. Sitting to LA's right, Andrea throws up. The people who have not vomited start plugging their ears to not hear the uncomfortably wet sounds that are coming from Andrea. Andrea comes back to the table and gives a heartfelt speech about how awful and humiliating this is and how they all have to pull together as a team. It's a good visual, because all the gagging has resulted in tears running down her face. Coi interviews that she now wants to win for Andrea, who goes off to do more vomiting. It's a complete and total barf-o-rama.