Jen starts up a "Whose house? Our house!" chant, which leads Jason to interview "You can keep your [bleep] house, because we're going to the ocean, bitches." Well, that -- that doesn't really work as a comeback. I think the second half should refer in some way to the first part, like "It may be your house, but this is our yacht." Or maybe play off the "house" part, like "Is your house a hundred feet long and floating?" Just saying "we're going to the ocean, bitches" doesn't really work for me. There's no bite to it.
The cars are old-timey and classy and the marina is full of boats. Gordon welcomes them to their "day of decadence", which they seem pleased about. I just saw a great production of Cabaret this weekend, so I'm excited that we'll have some actual decadence on this show, but it turns out to just mean hooting and eating. There's lobster and halibut and caviar, which I guess is nice. Contrary to the narration, they don't appear to actually be on "the high seas", although the bay they're tooling around in looks nice.
Back at the kitchen: roly-poly fish heads. Jen announces, "For the record, I called it. I said that damn fillet was too low." If she did, it wasn't shown. And I don't think you can call things for the record hours after they happen. Christina defends Corey, saying that it's the whole team's fault, but Jen makes a face and, in an exaggeratedly (and funny) nice voice just says "Sure." In an interview, Jen continues to complain about Corey.
Night-time. A full moon. Of course. Every single time they show the moon in a reality show, it's always full. Morning. The teams file in to the kitchen at 6:45 am.
Sharon is confused about a recipe, and Corey gives her firm instructions that end in "bzzzzzzt!" which is the sound of a Cuisinart. Christina interviews that Sharon constitutes a "really big disadvantage". On the blue side, Jason is confident that they'll win, because they're all serious. Then, in a shot that seems like it might be ominous foreshadowing, Ben comments that they need mascarpone for the risotto, but Jason tells him, "That's okay, he just said we can get more if we need it, so don't sweat it." Interview Jason explains that the girls don't have a clue what they're doing because they don't have a man to lead them.