The road-cleaning chefs are not happy with their task, nor do they like each other. Meanwhile, Gordon welcomes Kevin and Ariel to a beachside hotel for their photoshoot. The losers have to clean the front steps of Hell's Kitchen itself so that when the winners come back, they walk right over the red carpet while Tennille's trying to steam-clean it. Tennille is taking this punishment really personally. She should be glad she was allowed outside for this one. Meanwhile, Dave appears to have injured his wrist while sweeping. The bad wrist, not the good wrist. The one in the plaster. As Dave lies on his bed, Kevin stops by to talk about how much damage he could be doing to his wrist and how he might be jinxed. Kevin thinks Dave should consider dropping out. He's clearly suggesting this because he thinks Dave has a chance of winning, but he's not doing it in a jokey, nudge-nudge way. He's seriously trying to convince Dave that he's just a concerned friend. Dave doesn't appear to be buying it, but it's hard to tell with Dave. He's a taciturn dude.
The next day, or anyway a day, everyone's doing prep. Kevin plans to make a big deal out of doing everyone's job for them. That sounds pleasant for everyone. Chef Ramsay lines everyone up to talk about determination and also to insist on perfection. Then he demands high-fives, so you know he's ... serious? Is that what high fives mean now?
The menu for the night has the two winning dishes from the challenge, so there might be some sea bass and John Dory around the place. Whatever will they do without Van the Magic Fish Cook?