Gordon Ramsay's Bleep-O-Fucking-Meter: 33
Contestants' Bleep-O-Fucking-Meter: 10
Ramsay Quote of the Night: "What the [bleep] is that? What in the [bleep] is that?
Last week: Everyone became one team. Jen won the challenge and took Corey to Las Vegas to meet Rock. Dinner service went south again, Corey caught fire, and Matt was as annoying and dysfunctional as he's ever been. Out of Corey, Christina, and Matt, the worst was Matt, so he finally got the boot. And now I only have to see him in the opening credits, climbing out of the soup and smiling uncomfortably.
Walking out of the kitchen, Christina berates herself for always crying. Back in the dorms, Petrozza and Bobby are pleased about Matt being gone, while Christina wants to talk about how much she hates Jen.
Jen interviews in a shouty manner that she's not here to make friends or be part of a team. However, she believes that when it comes to cooking ability, "I got all of them faded. All of them." Faded? I only know that slang from the craps games in Guys and Dolls. Anyway, Christina and Corey whisper mean things about Jen while they get into bed. It's a lot like a slumber party.
The next morning (we're told that it's "a new day" by the increasingly useless voiceover guy), the chefs are brought into the kitchen to be told that lobster spaghetti is being added to the menu. Chef Ramsay demonstrates the entire procedure for them, and it looks relatively straightforward. The chefs all claim that they could make the dish, and it turns out that the challenge is for the chefs to teach lobster spaghetti to someone. The students are supposedly housewives, but they're the kind with miniskirts and enormous fake boobs. Gordon refers to them as "domestic housewives", but I think he was trying to reference Desperate Housewives. The point is that these women don't cook, so it will be hard to teach them, I guess.
Gordon takes a Chihuahua from one of the women and assigns each chef a student. The student that cooks the best spaghetti lobster (he says both "lobster spaghetti" and "spaghetti lobster", so I don't know which one is "correct". He also says "spaghetti of lobster", which sounds more formal in that weird grammar of fancy food. Like "duo of beef") will win the challenge.
In the frenzy of teaching, Jen is taken aback by the size of her student's breasts. Corey's student interviews, "I've never made pasta in my life. I've... heard about it?" And then there's a kind of bwoooomp! drum noise intended to indicate that someone in the editing bay thinks she is stupid. The chefs aren't allowed to do any of the work themselves, which is hard for them. Christina thinks her student is going to cut her hand in half, while Petrozza seems to really be enjoying having a lovely women do what he says.