In the dorms, Andy tries to argue that he doesn't want to go up. Well, I'm sure he doesn't. And Suzanne makes excuses for her overcooking and Sabrina admits that she didn't season enough. The sensible choice is clearly Andy and whoever got yelled at the most from the red team, which is Suzanne. Everyone pretty much agrees with that. Suzanne thinks she's a good chef and a team player, but the rest of her team disagrees. Everyone on both teams talks about how much they hate Suzanne while she sits alone in another room smoking. Kevin points out that if they send Suzanne and Andy, Andy might go home. But if they pair Suzanne with someone else, who knows? Well, I do: Ramsay's already shown that he'll send home whoever he feels like, regardless if they've been nominated. My advice: don't get cute. Anyway, Kevin just wants to put up two women to protect Andy.
Down in the dining room. Ariel says that the first nominee is Suzanne, for bringing the pace of the kitchen down. And the second nominee is Andy because of inconsistencies in service. Clearly. They step forward. Suzanne, why should you stay? "I do know how to cook meat." Chef Ramsay cuts her off and asks Ariel and Tennille if they'd be better off without Suzanne. They claim they would be. Andy, why should you stay? "I had an injury and that really [bleep]ed me up tonight." Unfortunately, Dave has been working with one hand and doing great.
Andy is sent home. But then! Sabrina is told to step forward and stand next to Suzanne. Chef Ramsay says that he wants the old Sabrina and the old Suzanne back. Then he has Suzanne take her jacket off ... and join the blue team. The blue team doesn't look thrilled by this turn of events. Sabrina is sent back into line. Tennille does an interview with some odd interpretive dancing. We're done.
Next week: surprise guests!
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