Meanwhile, Elise is talking about how they need to figure out where the weak links are, and Jamie snaps at Carrie for wandering around like the littlest hobo and getting in people's way instead of just picking a station and sticking with it.
In the debriefing, Jonathan says if he'd known it was that easy to bring in a beautiful woman in to get everyone talking, he would have just made Tommy wear a dress. Uh, I'm just theorizing here, but ... Jonathon's spent time in prison, hasn't he? Apparently Blue Team's prize is so awesome that Ramsay can't tell them right now, not in front of Red Team, so Blue Team scuttles off to go change into something more comfortable.
Then he asks Red Team if they lost their lucky charm in Natalie, and Elise blames Carrie for everything that happened, and Carrie defends herself (unconvincingly) and Jamie tells them both to shut up. Their punishment, big surprise, is to clean up the dining room that's littered with banana peels and crayons left behind by the army of hungry toddlers. Some woman named Amanda -- who I refuse to believe was on the show last week because I remember her not at all -- can't believe she's on a team that can't put its differences aside to avoid getting their asses kicked.
Over the course of lunch, the women who were all "awww!" at the arrival of the children have now decided that children are nasty, disgusting and gross, and Elise says her three-year-old was never this messy. Well, are there fifty of him? No? Then it's not the same. Carrie's vacuuming the floor, but something starts rattling around in the cleaner and she doesn't know how to fix it so she basically says "fuck it" and keeps on going, much to the consternation of her teammates. A somewhat sympathetic Krupa points out that once you get someone on your radar, it's hard not to criticize everything they do.
"While the Red Team goes medieval on Carrie," says the narrator, and you're thinking that that's pretty hilarious until discovering it's really just an awkward segue into the men's trip to a Medieval Times restaurant.
So they gnaw on giant turkey legs and learn how to sword fight, and the thrill of this is utterly lost on me, especially since none of the men mention the cleavage of the serving wenches like you'd expect them to. Maybe we should be glad for that. Back at Hell's Kitchen, the women have finished cleaning the kitchen and have been assigned the task of setting up playground equipment for tomorrow night's family night. And, like Krupa said, anything Carrie says is taken as stupid. Jennifer gripes about the fact that Carrie and Elizabeth and Krupa put together the basketball net while everyone else was working on the swing set. Well, doesn't it all have to be put together? And isn't more than two people working on one piece of equipment redundant anyway? Krupa's right; there's nothing Carrie can do at this point that her teammates aren't going to criticize.