Then Clemenza gets an order for five risotto appetizers. Justin offers to help, and Clemenza refuses it, and since we're watching what's happening, we know it's going to be a problem.
Sure enough, he serves it up in three different pans, with varying shades of risotto. Clemenza yells at the rest of Blue to yell at Clemenza that he should have served the risottos up all in one pan.
Similarly, Barbie is obsequiously providing some unwanted help to Christina on her risotto, annoying Christina, who then serves up some burnt risotto to Ramsay, who screams that she's out of control. At least Barbie gets to be all, "I told you so," but Christina bounces back and her next order is great. Clemenza has also delivered five fine appetizers, and now it's Brian's turn to fuck up, which he does immediately, on some meat entrees. His having to refire all of it means Robyn's garnish is just sitting there, and then to Ramsay's horror she holds it by putting it (including spinach) into the oven, and she blames her teammates for telling her to do so, and all of them deny having said that. This is usually the part where contradictory video evidence would surface, and since it doesn't, I think it's fair to say it didn't happen. That doesn't stop Robyn from yelling at them and telling them how the Red team does things. You can imagine how much of a fuck the rest of Blue gives about that.
Ramsay stands there, hands on hips, in the back of the kitchen. Then he drops to his haunches, rubbing his face with his hands, while Blue bickers and circles the drain.
After a commercial break, Justin wrestles the team back in control and starts coordinating the dishes, What he doesn't do is refire fresh bass to go with the fresh New York strips Brian put down, and Ramsay tears him a few new orifices over it. Robyn's not so concerned about her team's misfortunate that she can stop smiling about it.
Red's diners, however, are getting delicious food on schedule, with Barbie earning kudos from Ramsay on her Wellingtons. So he nitpicks with Dana over cooking three bass in one pan instead of one each in three smaller pans. She says it's the same thing. It isn't, but at least she's got the good sense not to disagree with Ramsay to his face.
Red's in a great mood as they shift into desserts. The departure of Tiffany and Kimmie over the last couple of episodes has REALLY improved the general mood in Red, hasn't it? They're high-fiving, braiding each other's hair, standing up for each other at weddings. It's beautiful to see.