The reward for the red team is a photo shoot with Gordon, followed by lunch at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. Shall I assume from that that they're not actually in Las Vegas the way the exterior shots keep pretending?
The blue team's punishment is to prep both kitchens for the night's dinner service, which will feature an entirely new menu based on southern cuisine. And they'll be baking fresh bread and hand-churning butter. As usual, they will whine about doing prep, even though it's more likely to make them familiar with the new menu than going out for a photo shoot.
Sous Chef Scott directs the blue team to some stools and butter churns. This reminds me of a Dana Gould routine. The photo shoot is in the dining room, which is weird. Although I guess it has all the lights already set up. The red team gets their hair and makeup done, which prompts Kimmie to complain that she has natural beauty and doesn't need "this [BLEEP] glob of [BLEEP] on my face." I would be remiss in my job if I did not tell you that during this speech, there was a shot of her with her ass crack blurred out. The team puts their chef jackets on over their fancy Beverly Hills Lunch outfits and poses for some pictures. Then they're off.
The blue team continues to churn. Clemenza is already extremely sweaty, even for him. The red team has some food on the Four Seasons, and they appear to enjoy it. Barbie continues to dislike Barbie.
Once all the butter is churned, the blue team has to make a bunch of one-ounce balls. Clemenza eats some.
The red team comes down and, if you ask me, does most of their own prep. Chef Ramsay calls everyone together for some more repetitions of the word "amazing." He would like Kimmie to do well, because she's from the south. She tells us that she's freaking out a little. That's perfectly understandable.
The dining room opens. The menu has things like a crab cake appetizer, a catfish entree, and fried chicken. Dana's on appetizers for the red team and her first crab cakes are acceptable. Things look fine on that front. Justin's got appetizers for the blue team and Brian claims he's going to show the oysters that he's "Big Daddy" on the fish station. Nope. He overcooks his first thing. Brian calls himself an idiot. Then he gets some good ones up. He vows to whip ass all day all the time.