We're already on entrees! And Autumn, who is on desserts, is trying to help out, but Benjamin isn't letting her know what needs to be done. And there are so few chefs left that Chef Ramsay knows everything that's going on, so he correctly calls out Ben for not communicating to Autumn where she should be assisting people. As soon as Chef Ramsay turns away, Holli asks Ben if he needs anything, and he just mutters, "Get out of my [bleep] way." And Ben screws up a couple of orders, then trips and goes flying. He's back up immediately, assuring everyone that he's fine, but Chef Ramsay offers the rarely-heard suggestion that he slow down a little. Autumn is smirking, and I think she can be forgiven for a bit of a smirk.
Ed is still providing uncooked John Dory and halibut. Actually, Chef Ramsay says that it's "not uncooked; RAW!" It's hard to tell, since Chef Ramsay has a tendency to call everything either "raw," "perfect," or "burnt," but I think this one might actually be completely raw. Autumn tells Ed he's got fourteen "all day" after this, and he's not too proud to let her help. But his replacement fish is still raw, apparently./p>
The voiceover tries to claim that this is all because of Ben's halibut dish, but apparently everything on the plate other than the halibut itself has been fine. So it's just a matter of Ed not cooking the fish right. And Jay is getting screwed, because every single halibut requires seven other things. Ed continues to flounder (more free comedy!) and has 38 halibut at once. Ben steps in to help out while Chef Ramsay shouts about how the other people at the table have finished their duck and one is going to give birth. The Ben-assisted halibut is still raw. Holli starts to sear halibut to help out, and Ben complains about Autumn not doing anything. Jay gets some upcoming orders wrong, but I think that's understandable occasionally. Ben gets some beef rejected because it was ready before acceptable halibut finally showed up. Chef Ramsay shouts at Benjamin about being a good cook but not a good leader. This is because Ben doesn't like talking to people when he's cooking, which isn't the Ramsay Way. Ben brings up some food, but it's not for the table Chef Ramsay wants right now. It's for the table after that. Jay, Ed and Benjamin all get individually shouted at.