Holli's reward is to go on a luxury yacht, where she will be "sunbathing her bits and bobs." he other three will clean the dorms. And this time, that means getting rid of the excess stuff associated with all the other cooks.
Ben blathers on again about how great he is and how Holli is awful. Jay agrees that either of them could crush Holli. Both of them are wrong. Holli enters a stretch limo, where JP is waiting. The loser chefs have to break down bed frames and pack up mattresses and so on. This is a good idea! It saves the crew the trouble of striking the set. When Holli reaches the yacht, it has her son and her son's father. She is delighted! It looks like she's having a pretty good time.
Jay complains about Autumn talking. Tensions are running high by this point in the season. Although she does appear to talk a lot. Holli helps explain her family situation: Phil is her best friend and her son's dad. Although she doesn't say this next part, it's clear that anything else is none of our business. When Holli gets back, she pitches in with the work and enrages Ben by mentioning that she spent time with her family. Ben, who is convinced he should win everything, picks up a box grumpily and grouses about how he was cheated out of a few hours with his wife.
The next morning, Ben's back is messed up. The show thinks he might have pulled a muscle by picking up a box wrong. He is very concerned about the state of his lower back and shoulders. He looks really down, and when the other three go downstairs for prep he stays in his chair. This has to be killing him, since you don't want to be cut this late in the game. Still, I'd think this is a situation where a handful of Vicodin would do wonders.
The non-Ben chefs proceed to do prep. Autumn wonders why Ben would "go all-out" on a punishment but not prep. We are treated to a shot of Benjamin snoring while everyone else does the prep. There's another shot of him in the hot tub, which might be a good idea. Finally he talks to the medic, who asks what Ben wants them to do. He says he's upset. Not helpful. Then he asks for a chiropractor and tells him he doesn't think he can cook. The chiropractor assures him, "If you wanna do it, I'll make sure you do it." I'm telling you, a handful of Vicodin. He only has two dinner services to get through.
Bet gets rotated, folded, cracked, and generally chiropracted. The other three sit in the patio and openly hope he quits. Holli tells us that if she lost both hands, she'd cook with her feet. Ben is sent away from his treatment and tells us that he's still in a lot of pain. He can't cook on the line in this condition. He congratulates Jay and Holli and shakes their hands. He appears to skip Autumn, which is not classy. Everyone is happy, although they're a little concerned about how service will go. Jay sums it up: "I'm not gonna kick the guy downstairs... but [bleep] him." Do you think Jay was making a Showgirls reference?