And then it's a blond with a boob job who comes in and she is someone who is famous for taking her clothes off, apparently, so I can see why the women are so impressed. After all, she looks like every Playboy model ever and has the most generic Playboy model/porn actress name ever, so I hope I can be forgiven for not having any idea who the hell this is. But isn't it a bummer that career chefs have no idea who the Jackson Pollock of desserts is, even after he's been introduced, but utterly lose their shit over Holly Madison? Shouldn't their reaction, at best, have been, "Oh, hey! That's Holly Madison. Isn't that something."? Instead they react like a donated organ has just come through for a dying relative. "I'm a really huge fan of Playboy!" gushes Elizabeth, without any further explanation. I mean, I'm not against naked women as a concept either. I'm just curious what it is about Playboy that Elizabeth is a fan of. I've seen nothing to convince me that Elizabeth, for example, knows how to read, so she can't even plausible use the standard "I read it for the articles!" defense! No, I suspect Elizabeth has fallen victim to the idea that getting naked for money is empowerment on the same level as getting paid the same as men for the same work in every other job other than sex object. Beauty fades, but dumb is forever, Elizabeth. Anyway, Holly Madison has prizes for them, like her book or something, and tickets to her show, and a three-day trip back to Vegas for each of them and a friend.
Back at the restaurant, Blue Team have at least shaken off the crabbiness -- and are joking around and having fun, whilst prepping roses and an ice slab.
The joking around in Vegas, at least from how it's edited, kicks off with Elise's mock-surprise at Carrie sharing the champagne, followed by a non-proportional response of Carrie calling her a slut, and the other women half-heartedly trying to get them not to fight in Vegas.