Meanwhile, Krupa makes a delicious risotto, but then this Amanda person spills some sauce on the stove, sending up a big cloud of steam, and Elise stands there giving her the most hilarious "are you kidding me?" raised eyebrows.
Blue Team: Tommy overcooks some chicken tenders, and Ramsay says he knows they're just children, but that doesn't mean they should have to eat something with the texture of a kid's flip-flop.
Red Team: Jennifer's not at all looking forward to working the meat station with Carrie, which means she seems kind of zoned out when Ramsay calls over the order for the first entrée order of the night. Then they manage to serve up a burger and a beef Wellington that aren't actually on the ticket. "This is embarrassing!" Ramsay screams at Jennifer. I enjoy the way Ramsay is teaching all these impressionably moppets that it's endearing and highly lucrative to be loud and obnoxious in restaurants.
Jennifer is mortified to even be a part of this, and she blames her part in the mistake on Carrie's mere presence. Anyway, it's a chance for the Blue Team to catch up. Will's decided that because Tommy messed up the fingers, he's going to have to direct Tommy a little bit more. This involves a lot of raised voices but, refreshingly, Tommy's actually grateful for the direction and calls it much-needed help.
The Blue Team start firing out the entrees. This Amanda person undercooks the sea bass, leading to a lot of finger-pointing and yelling, and Ramsay has to tell everyone to shut up. Things are souring for Natalie over on the Blue Side, because she undercooks some Wellingtons. Fortunately for her and Blue, this Amanda person has not only messed up the sea bass, but she totally forgot about an order of cod. "It's Family Night. Disaster Night!" says Ramsay. Elise threatens this Amanda person with the chopping block if she doesn't get it together, while Jennifer tells us that she was like a deer in the headlights, shutting down by the second. Seriously, this Amanda person completely folds, and apologizes a billion times to the point that Ramsay is all, "This Amanda person! Fight back. For god's sake, woman! Get some dignity!" Need some dignity? Get Luanne van Houten to draw it for you!
Now Ramsay has to go over and yell at Natalie to wake up, because they're still waiting on her Wellingtons. When she finally produces them, Ramsay tells her they're good, and she beams.
So the Blue diners are chowing down while the Red diners are waiting and waiting, with the kids all adorably dressed up. And then Elise yells at Carrie because she's standing there with her hands on her hips instead of cooking something. So Carrie cooks a lamb. Well, she doesn't so much cook it as place it in the general vicinity of a pan before plating it and sending it Ramsay's way, and then he sees it and hits the roof and Carrie doesn't help her cause by acting all surprised, "It's raw?" Ramsay throws the raw lamb around (you can practically hear it bleating) and swears.