At Campanile, Mark Peele makes some grilled cheese sandwiches. We're told they're "voluptuous and sexy". I'm not sure that's possible, but a good grilled cheese sandwich can be pretty tasty. Meanwhile, Tennille shouts at us about how unpleasant she found farm life. Ariel does not like the pig pen, because she once got attacked by a large pig at a county fair. I can relate to that, because I once got mugged by a goat in a petting zoo. It knocked me down and stole my handful of food pellets that I was going to give to a different goat. That goat was a jerk. Anyway, Tennille complains about the smell of the farm, which I guess is fair. Unless next week's punishment involves a slaughterhouse.
The teams return to Hell's Kitchen and gets some sleep. The moon is still a crescent, but it might be slightly different from the previous night. At least it didn't become full overnight.
The next morning, Chef Ramsay announces that his menu is no more. Each team will do its own menu, with three appetizers, three entrees, and three desserts. He also adds that each person should have input, which I assume means we'll see Suzanne getting shut out completely. Off they go!
The blue team starts pitching, with Suzanne holding the pen. That's good thinking, because she can wield a lot of influence without having to talk if she's the one who decides what gets written down. Tennille suggests a sushi plate with "a decomposed sushi roll". Well, I'm not sure that -- wait, decomposed? It's unusual, I'll give her that! Sabrina manages to shoot down that idea, and Ariel objects to the next thing Tennille says because it has the word "okra" in it.
In the blue meeting, Dave wants to stuff a chicken breast with goat cheese, which everyone thinks sounds pretty good. Even Suzanne's ideas get a good reception. It's going pretty smoothly, as opposed to the red side, where Ariel has decided that Tennille is crazy. When Tennille offers a blackened halibut, Ariel acts like she's never heard those two words before. She says "Blackened ... halibut?" like she's sounding out the words for the first time. In an interview, Tennille points out that Sabrina didn't have any ideas of her own, but just dumped on hers. Ah, just like a recapper. Zing! Wait, did I just zing myself?