In the dorms, Jon says they have to figure out what went wrong. Maybe that will distract everyone from your terrible lamb!
Hey, how's Susan's lamb? Raw. Like RAW raw. You can see it on the screen easily. Ramsay gathers the team around to marvel at the raw lamb, and to ask who it was who served up the raw stuff in the signature dish challenge. Yeah, that was Susan. And now the red team gets the boot. Mary says it sucks because they're all talented, all good at what they do. All video evidence thus far to the contrary, I suppose.
Some time after the disappointed and hungry guests have been sent home, Ramsay reassembles the squads and tells them he was expecting a good service, but they both sucked big time and therefore both teams need to submit two names for elimination.
For Blue, the first choice is easy: Christian. Jeremy also comes up, for being such a zombie. It's pointed out that Anthony on his gimpy foot still moved faster than Jeremy. Jeremy seems to think that in this cooking competition, his ability to hoist his teammates over a wall should count for something.
In Red, there's a consensus that Mary and Danielle on appetizers were the weakest link. When Susan's shitty lamb is pointed out, she hilariously tries to blame appetizers for that, because if they'd had their act together, she'd have had more time to cook the lamb. Thankfully Jessica speaks out against that bullshit, pointing out that "raw is raw." Susan is pissed: "I'm not going home for lamb," she tells us. In the dorms, she stomps off angrily.
The teams gather back in the dining room, where Blue puts up Jeremy -- who again is all, "I put my team over a wall, I don't know what else they want from me" -- and Christian, who had the worst station.
Red nominates Danielle and -- beyond the break -- Mary, so nice work by this show trying to pretend there was much debate in the dorms about who to send.
Anyway, time for them all to explain why they should stay. "I made a lot of mistakes tonight," begins Mary. No, Mary. You're supposed to explain why you should STAY. She says she fought back. Danielle admits that the whole thing is a "lot to grasp." Jeremy feels like he hasn't even had a chance to really cook yet, and Christian says he's got a lot more in him.
Ramsay sends Danielle and Jeremy back in line, and then takes Christian's jacket from him. Jeremy calls this his "Bill Buckner moment," and how a world-class athlete at the top-level of competition compares to what Christian is doing I have no idea. And we don't even get a little joke from Ramsay, because he dismisses the teams, except for Jeremy. And we get the TO BE CONTINUED screen, which would be more ominous were it not for the fact you can see Jeremy in one of the previews for next week's episode.