Corey, however, believes that the problem with Christina is that she knows too much. For example, she knows the recipe to their vinaigrette, which isn't actually that complicated, consisting of one part champagne vinegar to one part EVO; salt, pepper. I'm sorry to report that "EVO" almost certainly means Extra-Virgin Olive Oil here, which means we might be in possession of a Rachael Ray reference. Anyway, Corey's point is: "Christina is a know-it-all. Her brain is big and filled but her mind is so weak."
Jason is still yakking away: "A room full of girls. I mean, that's -- that's useless, unless, what are they having, a Tupperware party over there?" And he smirks, confident that he's zinged them good. But they don't actually see the interview segments until they're aired, so it kind of violates Smack Talk Protocol, if you ask me. Plus, he's just coming off like an asshole. Do you think that was his plan?
Remember last week when the men didn't know the entrees? Let's try it with the appetizers!
Chef Ramsay: Petrozza!
Chef Ramsay: The menu! Five appetizers. What are they?
Petrozza: ...the appetizers? Caesar salad, with... with fresh anchovies and seared, uh, tuna. The, um. The, um. [Chef Ramsay pinches the bridge of his nose] The, um.
Chef Ramsay: Stop.
Chef Ramsay: Stop.
Chef Ramsay: Do me a favor. Get out!
So Petrozza has been sent upstairs to read the menu and his station will be unmanned until he gets his [bleep] together. Actually, that could probably be considered two separate bleeps, but I'm ruling it as just one.
Chef Ramsay berates both teams for awhile, claims to have three thousand dishes between his ears, says that Jean-Phillippe got it bad last week, and appoints Craig and Rosann to be Assistant Maitre' D. Upstairs, Petrozza mopes about having to study the menu.
When Petrozza returns to the kitchen, Chef Ramsay takes him into the storeroom, kicking Jason out. Does Petrozza think this is a joke? Does Petrozza think this is Comedy Central? Does Petrozza want to make Chef Ramsay look stupid? What's the menu, starting with the desserts and working up? That's not entirely fair in my opinion, because there's no point in knowing the desserts this early in the show. They'll be lucky to get to the entrees. But be that as it may, Petrozza takes a shot at it, getting as far as Valrhona Chocolate with a black cherry sorbet, which Chef Ramsay informs him does not exist. It's is a [bleep] Valrhona Black Chocolate Fondant with Black Cherries. That sounds pretty good. Petrozza is banished back upstairs to start again. All he can say is "OK", but he says it a lot.