The blue team's menu is done (and they declare themselves "stoked") and they head down the stairs. Meanwhile, none of the red team likes their menu.
Down in the kitchen, Chef Ramsay has no objection to the blue menu. When he asks the red team if they're happy with their menu, Sabrina complains about a salad, and Tennille promptly complains in an interview about being thrown under a bus. Chef Ramsay doesn't like the menu much, saying it doesn't have food he'd order, but he leaves them to it. So the red team is squabbling and the blue team is happy. Dave's tasted their dishes and reports that it all tastes good. Well, that should help.
The voice-over explains that the diners will all choose which menu to order off of, which seems like it would be a problem for the team with the most appetizing menu. Oh, and Sabrina contributed nothing to the red team's menu. Noted.
The first orders come in, and they're pretty strongly for the blue team. The red side does eventually get an order. Oh, and since tables can be split between kitchens, the two teams need to work together to sync up their dishes. But it turns out that Tennille has no idea how to cook her dish, and her Swiss Char is seasoned arbitrarily. On the blue side, Van brings up the wrong number of scallops, which prompts some condescension from Chef Ramsay: "Van! Two threes is what?" Unfortunately, Van appears completely unfamiliar with this manner of speech, and even when Chef Ramsay rephrases it to "two times three", Van is completely befuddled.
The red side's appetizers are sent back because the center of the pork ravioli is frozen. Meanwhile, Van is apparently burning scallops. And Ariel's replacement ravioli is also cold in the center. This generates some shouting, as you would expect. Chef Ramsay explains: "I've never made the same mistake three times. Never. Never never never never never." That's six "never"s.