Timeskip! The women are back and suited up. Heather (remember Heather? She's a sous chef this season? Was the winner a few seasons back?) runs down the new additions to the menu. That's the frogs and snails.
Suddenly! Andy is slicing potatoes and shouts for a medic. There's a lot of blood, and it appears that he has sliced off the tips of three of his fingers. So off he goes to the hospital, and this show is surprisingly dangerous for the competitors. Dave doesn't think Andy will be coming back tonight, and Van thinks the team is cursed.
Chef Ramsa lines up the team for the usual pregame fooforaw. There are little Eiffel Towers scattered around the dining room to represent the French angle. Andy comes back form the hospital, but he doesn't know the new menu. That sounds like a challenge. Apparently Andy is supposed to be doing the risotto, because Dave is doing it for him and telling him when to bring it up.
On the red side, Sabrina's risotto is deemed tasteless. Chef Ramsay brings Dave's risotto over from the other side and shows it to Sabrina, claiming that "it's black and white". Really, it's dark green and light green. Chef Ramsay tells her that if she had any sense, she'd taste Dave's, then he yanks it away before she can. Anyway, her next risotto is fine. So that was fun.
Back on the blue side, Andy's crepes are not suitable. Kevin thinks this is ridiculous: "It's crepes, man. Fold it, fold it, flip, flip, package it, and you're done!" So Kevin takes over the crepes for Andy.
Timeskip! The red team is moving on to entrees, and they're communicating nicely. Chef Ramsay notices Tennille, Suzanne and Ariel all agreeing that the next ticket (for two salmon, one halibut, one lamb) is three minutes out, and he is pleased. When they're one minute out, everybody's calling it out. But then! Suzanne says she actually needs six more minutes. Nooooo! So everybody backs up and there's still a lot of communication. But then! Suzanne says "Hold on. Let me be real with you." I don't like the sound of that. Now she needs eight minutes. No, wait. It's six. Yeah. Six. Well, five now. It's the oven's fault. Or something.
Blue team. Dave has to make two risotto for Andy while also setting up a lamb and a steak. The music is reminiscent of a circus. Van calls it: "Dave's got one arm, but that fool can cook." We see Dave begging someone to give him tongs, but he can't wait the two seconds and grabs them himself. He appears to get everything done acceptably. Well done!