As for the puree, all of them decide it's a white bean puree, but Dana and Clemenza season theirs with horseradish instead of smoked bacon like the other teams do.
The final element of the dish is the sauce. Once again, Dana and Clemenza buck what the other teams are doing, opting for a Madeira-flavored sauce over the broth fortified with port that the other teams are using. And given how bad everyone flunked the taste test, I'm willing to bet the fact that two teams came up with identical dishes is more due to eavesdropping and peeking than any kind of culinary consensus.
Ingredients determined, the teams now have to plate it to look as much like Ramsay's dish as possible.
That done, Dana and Clemenza go first. They list the ingredients as Ramsay chows down, but he doesn't reveal if they're right or not. He does the same with Barbie and Justin and then Christina and Robyn. He's complimentary about the taste of all the dishes, and then reveals that they're right about the use of veal, but only Dana and Clemenza were right about the prosciutto. "Isn't Serrano ham the prosciutto of Spain?" Barbie grumpily asks us. Well, maybe. But prosciutto is also the prosciutto of prosciutto, and that's what Ramsay used.
The white bean puree is likewise right for all of them, but Dana and Clemenza were wrong in their choice of horseradish. It was, in fact, smoked bacon. So it's going to come down to the wine, he says, and we're going to commercial.
When we come back, Ramsay reveals Dana and Clemenza were right about the Madeira-based sauce, so they're going to Silverwood Lake for a gourmet picnic, and each of them will get their own Jet Skis. For keepsies? That's not bad! Dana and Clemenza race upstairs to change for their romantic picnic date (with Dana saying the only way it could be better is if it were with her boyfriend instead of Clemenza) so that's why it seems odd and sloppy when, while Ramsay tells the losers about what a terrible day they're in for, that DANA IS STILL THERE.
Anyway, he's given the dining room staff the day off, so they'll have to redo the tabletops, iron and fold the linen, and polish the flatware. James skips gleefully in to the dining room as Ramsay warns them about meticulous he is. The already grumpy losers are made even grouchier by the traditional taunting of the winners as they make their way outside...