Ramsay shouts several orders at the red team, and he is unhappy with the lack of response. Christina seems a little overwhelmed with the way absolutely everybody is ordering flatbread, but I guess she's pleased that her dish is popular. Also she gets to use the cool pizza over in the back of the kitchen. That's probably fun. Chef Ramsay is angry with her for not having her flatbreads ready when he wants them, but I don't know what she's supposed to do about it. They're in the oven; they're not cooking any faster. She eventually delivers them and they are acceptable to the head chef.
Blue kitchen. Robin is making Justin's squash-blossom things, and Chef Ramsay hates it. He makes everybody stop what they're doing and come over and touch it. Then he yells at them a bit more before they're allowed to get back to work. Robin complains (to the camera in an interview, not to Ramsay's face) that it's a weird little appetizer that's basically a flower filled with fish paste. When they go back to work, Justin's got some words of advice: "Cook it all the way through." She says she gave it five minutes like he said. What? Lady, you're supposed to be a professional chef. Serve it when it's cooked, not when the timer goes "Ding!" Justin asks if she's blaming him. She is! And she's calling him "Bro," which is even worse. Her next set of squashes is overcooked, so everybody has to come touch them again. Now she's out of squashes, but Justin's on the meat station and has no time to stuff more for her. Chef Ramsay wails about how it's the first table.
The red team has served out over half of their appetizers and moves on to the entrees. The first halibut is deemed "beautifully cooked." Barbie asks Kimmie if she needs help. She does not! Although Kimmie does ask, in passing, if Barbie can pull some ribeyes out of a thing. Just then! Chef Ramsay makes the red team stop so he can demonstrate the "stunning beautiful duck" by making them all taste it. Everyone tells Kimmie it's overcooked. In an interview, Kimmie shrugs, "Shut the [BLEEP] up. You don't need to be eatin' my food and tellin' me what's wrong with it." Well, you may have come on the wrong show. Ramsay shouts at them about how it's their menu. Barbie smirks in an interview about how she offered to help. Shut up, lady.