While Jen and Julia are in Las Vegas, the three losers have to spend a long night cleaning the front of the house. Josh demonstrates that champagne catching really is his only talent as he proceeds to fuck up the vacuuming, and Bonnie gets a demonstration of Rock's temper as he blows up at her for not wholeheartedly supporting his plan to iron the tablecloths on top of a table. (He seems to think she should be a housework genius since she's a nanny, but she calmly tells him, "I'm a chef. I cook dinner for them every night, dumbass.") The next day, the three of them are still alone as they do all of the prep for that night's service. Bonnie makes the colossally dumb move of binning a tray of monkfish after deciding that it smelled bad, without asking a single other person to confirm her feeling that it had turned. This catches up with her when Mary Ann looks for the missing fish, and it gets even worse for Bonnie when neither of the sous chefs think anything was wrong with the fish.
After prep, Bonnie and Rock are settling in to complain about Julia's victory just as she and Jen return from Vegas. They have some pictures and can't stop going on about how glorious life would be at GVR. I'm wondering if they realize that staff doesn't actually live in those suites? It's a nice paying job, but the winner is still going to have to get an apartment. Julia is delightful as she tells everyone about the bidet: "It goes right to the spot." There are hand gestures that accompany this description.
And now it's time for service. Josh starts on apps, and he fucks up immediately by trying to stay two or three (or four or five) orders ahead of what has actually been ordered. Despite the fact that Ramsay yells at him for it immediately (when he notices what looks like five pans of risotto going despite the fact that no risotto has been ordered), Josh can't seem to stop himself. After discovering what seems to be the third pot of unordered spaghetti cooking away, and after a plate of undercooked risotto is returned, Ramsay orders Josh to take off his jacket and leave the kitchen. He throws a spoon after Josh for good measure, and then follows him out of the kitchen to scream some more and demand that the jacket be handed back immediately. And that's the end of Josh.