Bonnie's issues are not over. Not only does she hate killing lobsters, but she also doesn't like touching them because they are "weird little things." Seriously, if Bonnie wins this whole thing, I can totally see Ramsay forcing her to be on his F-Word series, so she can begin to understand what it means to get food on the table. As the contestants run to the tanks to load up on their live, un-rubber-banded lobsters, a few of them get pinched, and Bonnie tries to avoid going to the tank completely. However, since Julia goes for the pans Bonnie was intending to busy herself with, Bonnie is forced to dive into the tank and, whimpering all the time, pulls out a "big fucker." She continues whimpering as she dumps it into the pot of boiling water and apologizes to it. After this show, Bonnie and Keziah formed the first international fruitarian society. Since most of the Blues know what they are doing, all Josh can do is advise Melissa on her cold lobster salad. We never do see any of them knifing lobsters through the head.
Going head-to-head, the contestants present their dishes to Chef Ramsay. Between Bonnie's grilled lobster salad with baked apples and Melissa's poached lobster and citrus-herb salad, Ramsay declares for Bonnie, citing improperly cooked lobster in Melissa's dish. Nice one, Josh. Next is Julia's lobster risotto and Rock's buttermilk-fried lobster tail, Ramsay chooses Rock. Even though her lobster was perfectly tender and had "intriguing" spice to it, Ramsay decided that Julia's risotto was boring. Finally, Jen's lobster bisque with saffron and thyme is up against Brad's lobster bisque with "Disaronno chantilly." Ramsay professes to be stymied right into the commercial break, where the Hell's Kitchen bumper pitchfork is produced by lobster bubbles. They're getting creative with these, aren't they? We had the muddy combat boot print in "Day 3," and now this, and then there's that violent slice of bloody roast beef later.