Petrozza's beef is also not hot. Touch it, everyone. Petrozza tries to claim it's just "rare", but Chef Ramsay isn't buying it. Apparently it's bad to serve undercooked food.
Meanwhile, out in the kitchen, Craig is carrying a chair and absolutely whacks some poor woman in the side of the head. Maybe this isn't such a great restaurant. There's a suspicious insert shot of Jean-Phillippe, and then Craig apologizes to the woman, who cheerfully accepts. That's all?
Chef Ramsay spots that Sharon has raw meat up against cooked meat, which leads to Christina having to recook her stuff, since the whole table has to go out at the same time. Sharon also gets yelled at for having her tongue out.
On the blue team, Petrozza shows a moment of hesitation in cutting the lamb, so Chef Ramsay does it for him. It really does seem to be a constant struggle for him not to just do everything himself. On the plus side, he says that the lamb is beautifully cooked, so Petrozza gets a moment of happiness.
Both kitchens are sending out entrees, but Rosann has invented a new system for delivering tickets to the kitchen. Apparently, she's decided not to hand them all in at once, preferring to hold a few back (for as much as an hour!) so she can trickle them in. Chef Ramsay is almost past profanity, just emitting a falsetto "What?!" as she explains what's happening.
Back on the blue team, Petrozza has missed a beef and doesn't know how cooked it should be, and Jason is standing there shrugging, and there's a bunch of shouting going on (especially from Chef Ramsay). Ben interviews that the communication was very poor, but I should note that he's on desserts, so he hasn't had to do anything yet.
Things are starting to come unglued. Neither team has the beef that's required (leading to a great many shouts of "Where's the beef?" that will warm the heart of any aficionado of old Wendy's commercials) and Matt has somehow set his burner on fire. Chef Ramsay is getting angrier and angrier, when Jean-Phillippe brings back some raw fish for the blue team. Truly, it is time for It to be Shut Down. Doom!