To San Francisco! Gordon, Ben, and Robert are riding a private trolley through the streets. They see Alcatraz and muse about how Giovanni is probably getting pretty fed up about now. So we cut back to the kitchen, where another delivery is ready. Giovanni has, in fact, gotten pretty fed up and announces that he is not running. Danny bounds forward with the exuberance of youth. And it appears that Giovanni is not only not running, he's not even going out to the parking lot, choosing instead to stay in the pantry and snack on something. When he finally makes it out to the truck, he snaps at Paula for asking where he's been. I'm on Paula's side here.
The San Francisco crew is at One Market, where they'll be sitting at a table inside the kitchen. Oh, it's one of those "Chef's Table" things. I heard about those while watching a show about Disney restaurants, I think. They'll be having wild nettle ravioli with fresh California snails on the bottom. Robert digs in and claims that it's delicious. I'll just take your word for that. Chef Ramsay congratulates Ben and Robert.
Back to the kitchen. All four chefs jog out to a van which contains twenty John Dory and thirty-six lobsters. This is traditionally where they should be carefully checking the merchandise before signing the manifest. They bring the boxes into the kitchen, where Sous Chef Scott encourages them to open everything up and check it carefully. We see Danny out at the van deciding that they get everything in the van with the exception of a single small box. Just then! The chefs in the kitchen discover that they've only got 34 lobsters. Uh oh! Two lobsters must have made a break for it! Go lobsters go! Sous Chef Gloria tells them they better get out to the parking lot and stop the driver before he leaves. Meanwhile, Danny is taking an invoice and thanking the driver. We see Danny and Giovanni running through the office park yelling for the van to stop.
They successfully stop the van, just as Andrea ascertains that they actually have 36 lobsters after all. Oops! Giovanni's out at the van, and the driver is on his cellphone. Giovanni's saying all the right sort of thing in this situation, like "I'm not leavin' this invoice the way it is; you gotta scratch it out and gimme credit for two lobsters." Yup. I like the way he's handling this. He has to pretend it's a regular restaurant here. Anyway, Andrea comes out and tells him they're not short lobsters after all. Giovanni is ticked off, and I think he probably has a right to be. Stomping back into the kitchen, he shouts at everyone about checking the delivery at the truck before bringing it all inside, and then Paula shouts at him about how he was the first one bringing stuff in and so on. Everyone's tired and angry, is what's going on here.