Jen delivers more raw fish, and Chef Ramsay yells at her for moving too slowly. Then he yells at Petrozza for... for something. It's hard to tell, but it might be his posture. There's something he's not happy about, anyway. Then Bobby's pan catches fire (which doesn't seem to startle him, since he just continues taking the meat out of it) and he comes in for some abuse. Chef Ramsay claims to have had enough, but he doesn't shut things down. It's time to do entrees for the twelve-top. Service! Everything seems okay.
Dinner service is over (which implies that the desserts all went fine) but Ramsay is still annoyed at how spotty things are. Like everyone else, he's disappointed that the top five contestants are lucky to finish a dinner service. Christina is the standout of the night and is told to nominate two teammates for elimination. I'm guessing Jen and Bobby. Is that racist?
In the dorms, Christina interviews Petrozza, saying that she didn't see much of that side of the kitchen. Then she talks with Corey and they reflect on what Bobby's whole deal is. Jen thinks she'll be sent home, although she doesn't think she was the worst.
Down in the dining room, the five chefs are lined up according to height, making them look like the Cingular symbol. I'm pretty sure I stole that joke from someone in the forums, but I forget who it was and the forums search isn't helping. Sorry! Anyway, Christina nominates Jen and goes into detail about why. Christina's second nominee is Bobby "based upon his performance tonight", which is what they always say when they really want the other person to go.