On the men's side (which is blue, thus sort of justifying all that "blue balls" talk, I guess) Seth also admits that he hasn't worked in a kitchen before. So he's wandering around asking where stuff is all the time and getting on people's nerves. And Ben doesn't seem impressed with the speed with which Ben peels baby carrots. Lacey interviews that she's not a quitter, so she goes back to work. After she finishes her cigarette, naturally.
Okay, prep's over. The women's team (in red) is called "Team Saffron", although two of the women admit to preferring "Spice Rack". The men are "The Blues Brothers". Chef Ramsay says there are too many people in the kitchen and asks for volunteers. Giovanni and Carol are assigned to be waiters, which Carol isn't thrilled about, since it will be harder to show her cooking skills that way. Well, that's true, but it also means you're probably not going home right away, either. Chef Ramsay wants Charlie to make sure his long, weird-looking goatee stays out of the food and orders him upstairs to snip it off. All I'm saying is that Charlie, who is a prep cook, looks a lot like a guy who'd be a prep cook. Anyway, Charlie interviews (with trimmed goatee) that he's not going to rise to any bait, and that's it's just hair, after all. Opening is in five minutes!
Coi and Lacey get into a bit of a fight in which Lacey refuses to help get the souffles ready because she feels that Coi has been rude. The Bleep-O-Fucking-Meter gets a bit of a workout in this scene. Lacey interviews that every time she works in a kitchen, she has to deal with "stupid bitches." Well, it looks to me like you're the one not doing your job, Lacey. I can't wait for you to tell me they're all just jealous of you and your supposed hotness.
Chef Ramsay innocently walks into the middle of the fight, where Coi is furious at Lacey for not having her station ready. Lacey snottily claims that Coi threatened her (which she sort of did, in a "if I get sent home because of you, I'm coming after you" obvious posturing kind of way), and Chef Ramsay has to talk Coi down. But I think he secretly likes the fire. I mean, it's not like he's historically been opposed to crazy people cursing up a storm in the kitchen, right?