Tommy's up first, and he goes over the ingredients with Ramsay, who tastes it but doesn't reveal whether Tommy's right or not. He does the same with Elise, then Will ("Were you copying Tommy?" asks Ramsay), and then Paul, who eventually went with the cod.
And then Ramsay reveals that it was, in fact, prosciutto and not serrano, which means Tommy's now out of the running and will have to wait a little longer before boning his girlfriend with his mom watching. And it's Paul who was bang-on, which means he'll get to spend the day with his brother at the Dodgers game. As for the rest of them, it's Moving Day (at first I thought he said "movie day" which didn't sound too bad) and he needs everything moved out of Hell's Kitchen. Elise has already started in with the tears, to Ramsay's disgust. It's strange that she cries, considering every punishment that he's involved in she manages to avoid having to do any actual work.
Anyway, Paul and Chris are off to Dodgers stadium, where they're greeted by the legendary Tommy Lasorda, who is keen to find out which one's the chef because he wants some pasta fagioli, something that, at the risk of sounding mean, doesn't appear to have been hard to find for Mr. Lasorda here.
The brothers go out on the field while the Dodgers and the Cubs are warming up, and they meet some players, including Yankees icon and current Dodgers manager, Don Mattingly. The brothers do their best to maintain their composure until he leaves, then commence freaking out.
Meanwhile, the losers are cleaning out the dorms, and there disgustingly seems to be leftover food under all the women's beds. Elise blames every plate of half-eaten nachos and hamburgers on Jennifer.
Back at the game, Ramsay is now wearing a No. 7 Dodgers jersey and throwing out the first pitch while the brothers watch from some great seats. Ramsay throws it high, but Paul seems to be developing a crush on him anyway after noticing how good Ramsay looks in a baseball uniform. Afterwards, Ramsay delivers some hot dogs and beer to their box (I can't help but notice that the die-hard Yankees fans are both sporting Dodgers caps), and this has officially become the reward I am most envious of.
The next day, the chefs prep the kitchen for what we're told is the most important dinner service of their lives. Elise says she thinks Tommy's made it this far by coasting in the backseat, but now he's next (this wouldn't have anything to do with him saying she's the weaker chef, I suppose).