The blue kitchen is out of squash blossoms and can't fulfill their last order. Robyn tells us that Justin didn't prep enough. Well, he probably didn't count on you having to throw away that many. That's Justin's (bleep-filled) defense. Chef Ramsay makes Robyn go out into the crowd and apologize to the table. That's fun! Brian thinks she sucks.
The blue team moves to entrees.
Kimmie brings up some replacement duck on the red side, and it's "lovely." She delivers an interview that includes the phrase "on point" several times. But then she has some overcooked ribeye, which results in the usual round of angry Chef Ramsay and smug competition. This is where Ramsay claims that he doesn't care if the whole red team goes home. He also asks Kimmie if she's given up. She denies it. The replacement meat is acceptable, and now everyone's happy again. That seemed like fake drama.
Blue kitchen. Justin's on meat and Clemenza's on fish. I don't know why they told us that, because the real problem comes from Brian, whose garnish is missing the onions. Remember those fried onions that come with the steak? Yeah, he forgot to make those. He hustles them up and they are limp and floppity. Chef Ramsay makes everybody fondle them. Then he tells Brian he clearly doesn't care. Clemenza accurately points out that it's not rocket science. Seriously. If you can't operate a deep-fryer, you're not qualified to work at Burger King, let alone whatever restaurant is this year's fake prize. The next onions are fine and the dishes hit the dining room.
The red kitchen does okay for a bit until some diners spot that their lobster is raw in the center. Dana (on the fish station) sees the dishes come back and is distressed to learn that she messed it up. She tells us that she thought that the lobster claws at her station were already fully cooked and that all she had to do was heat them up in the water.
Okay. Digression. You've seen Kitchen Nightmares, right? Like, at least one or two episodes? What does Gordon Ramsay hate more than anything? The answer is "restaurants that serve precooked food." He's not going to have precooked lobster that all you have to do is reheat it! Come on, Dana. Head in the game.
Blue kitchen. Justin is yelling a lot of things and Clemenza does not answer him. Some of Clemenza's bass is acceptable to Chef Ramsay.