The red team moves to entrees. Kimmie's on fish and Christina is on meat. For the first table, they have one of the most productive, to-the-point conversations I've ever seen on this show:
Chef Ramsay: How long?
Kimmie: How long you need?
Christina: I need four minutes.
Kimmie: Four minutes is good for me.
See that? They communicated well and tightly. Barbie has the garnish at exactly the time for the dishes and things are beautiful. Unfortunately, Kimmie's catfish is burnt. Oh no! Barbie says Kimmie can't cook, but she says it in an interview instead of to Kimmie's face.
The blue team also has some entrees. Robyn's on meat and Brian's still on fish. Clemenza's on garnish, but the problem is with the catfish, which is burnt on one side. Brian is forced to eat some and gets called a [BLEEP]wit. When Chef Ramsay asks him how it tastes, Brian says, "It tastes like fish, chef." Oh, does Gordon Ramsay like people who talk back to him in the kitchen? No, it appears he does not. Brian is thrown out amid a storm of bleeps. This is not mock-angry Gordon Ramsay; this is the real thing. I can tell because he's not shouting. He just immediately threw Brian out and then bleeped a lot. My advice to future contestants is to not be flippant at Chef Ramsay. Especially don't do anything he could perceive as a joke while he's yelling at you.
As Brain mopes out to the lobby, James the Maitre'd stops him and tells him that Chef Ramsay wants someone who will fight. So Brian turns around and goes back into the kitchen. Naturally, this results in Chef Ramsay asking him what he's doing there. "I'm not done!" shouts Brian, which is nearly the correct answer, except that you're not allowed to shout at Chef Ramsay either. Brian admits that the fish tasted [BLEEP]y, and vows that it won't happen again. He is not making friends here.