The women return to Hell's Kitchen with Dan advising his Blue teammates to not even acknowledge them, and the men do in fact give them the silent treatment. People on both sides are called bitches. And then, somewhat anticlimactically, Jeremy returns, rolls up his sleeves to get back to work, much to the surprise of her teammates. They're even more surprised (and not really in a good way) when Jeremy says the diagnosis is just that he hasn't been eating enough. The rest of the team kick him out so he can go rest or maybe eat three pizzas, and Ray cracks everyone up by saying if the doctor says Jeremy isn't eating enough, he should get a second opinion.
In the dorms, the women are just as surprised by Jeremy's diagnosis -- Nedra in particular accusing that bitch Jeremy of eating them out of house and home -- but mostly keep it to themselves, and Jeremy sets about making himself some fried chicken. Hey, doctor's orders!
The next morning, the groggy men get up early so they can start baking the bread and then try to catch a little more shuteye, but Ramsay -- calling the dorms at 6:37 AM -- has other plans.
He orders everyone down to the dining room, where -- when the team finally arrives, still not completely dressed (Jeremy's zipping up his fly) -- he announces that chefs are not the only people in the world who work long hours. They're going to prepare a meal for some others just getting off shift -- emergency room personnel: doctors, nurses and EMT. Zach is impressed, and you can tell because he respectfully uses his less-shouty voice as he talks about how these people are always saving lives so they have to treat them with the utmost respect. Despite the morning hour, this is going to be just like a dinner service, with the losing team to have a member eliminated. Jeremy says he's going to pull his team through this and win. Bold words from someone who can barely get through prep.
The teams go over the special breakfast menu and then the guests come in, many still in their scrubs, and the teams get to work. Ray complains that he doesn't have pans big enough to cook the omelets. Cyndi can't scrape her eggs out of the pan. Ramsay tells Red to "wake up a little bit," while Jeremy is already zoned out and can't repeat Ramsay's order back to him. Anthony calls him "dead weight." Barrett: "He's just like 'duh.'" He kinda is. Just getting up to the pass is a challenge, and then somehow Jeremy -- Ramsay calls him "some disgusting pig" -- has brought up the sample scrambled eggs that the teams were learning from. Ramsay, you can imagine, is not pleased. "Jeremy! You'll kill someone with that!" Well, there's no better crowd with which to make that mistake, I suppose. Time to get Jeremy out of the kitchen, as well as out of the cooking profession, and perhaps there's some sort of bubble-wrapped island somewhere we can put him so he no longer poses any kind of threat to others or himself.