Both teams lose. Christina and Petrozza are instructed to nominate one chef each. As Bobby leaves the dining room, he waves to the customers, which sets Chef Ramsay off again. No waving! No being happy! Get out! Get out! Get out! I never though Gordon Ramsay would remind me of Buffy's sister Dawn.
In the dorms, everyone is devastated. Jen thinks that none of them are competent to run Gordon's restaurant, and I have to admit that the thought had also occurred to me. Christina wishes that she could nominate Corey. Petrozza talks about sending Craig and Jason. Corey vows to go [bleep] nuts. I hope so!
Downstairs, Petrozza has picked Jason because he thinks Jason "has trouble with cooking skills and communication." Christina has picked Vanessa, but we have to wait until after the commercials to find out why.
During the commercials, I find that I'm actually looking forward to Baby Mama. What have I become?
Ah, Vanessa was picked because she was on meats, which "went down in flames. Literally." Very droll. Okay, Jason, why should you stay? "I deserve to stay because I have yet to totally prove myself." What? That's not a reason to stay! That's a reason to be thrown out on your ear! Vanessa, meanwhile, is in tears because she's so mad at herself.
Vanessa stays. Jason's out, and has the effrontery to roll his eyes when he hands over his jacket. He delivers one last Misogyny Corner, working in a bit of homophobia in the form of claiming not be a "pansy", and then he's gone. Finally! Maybe he can keep doing Misogyny Corner to the other people on the subway or something.
Next week: you won't believe this, but something is raw and something else catches fire. The "most explosive Hell's Kitchen yet" sounds a lot like every other episode.