Jason has burned risotto and forgotten scallops. Chef Ramsay is angry. See, that's why you go to Hell's Kitchen: so you can sit and watch people get yelled at. And now Jason is being forced to eat the whole plate of risotto. He looks glum, as well he might. Meanwhile, at least the tableside flambés are fun.
Based on some bad eggs, Chef Ramsay demotes Vanessa from Captain and promotes Rosann, who immediately starts keeping up a line of chatter like she's a Little League shortstop.
Dominic gets yelled at for not knowing what to do with his scallops, and then Chef Ramsay goes on one of those tears where he insults everyone on one team, ending with calling Louross a toilet brush, presumably on the strength of the hairstyle. It seems that he blames Bobby for not taking control. As soon as Chef Ramsay leaves, Bobby explains that he doesn't want to jump in, because "you guys got it over there". That's some good four-star generalling right there. Bobby doesn't want to join the chaos.
On the Red side, Jen's risotto has passed the test, and that means that some customers are actually getting some food. On the blue side, nothing is happening. Dominic is just standing around with scallops on his hand, not doing anything. That's not great.
Louross has had enough and starts yelling at people to taste their food and actually telling them what's needed (salt and pepper, it turns out. Who knew?). Chef Ramsay promptly demotes Bobby and promotes Louross in a hail of bleeping. Bobby interviews that he thinks he's still a general, even though he's not technically in charge of anybody.
Chef Ramsay makes everyone taste Corey's chicken and then makes a big production of throwing it against a wall because it's rubber. He also makes a reference to rounders, which is timely, what with baseball having just started up again.
The blue team is starting to get food out, but customers are leaving. Oh no! I guess there's only so long people are willing to sit around before they get chased out by production assistants. Honestly, you're telling me people wouldn't sit at their tables all night if they were allowed to? If the current state of reality television has shown us nothing else (and it hasn't), it's shown that people will do anything to be on television. And "snacking on bread for a couple of hours" seems like a small price to pay. But be that as it may, they're leaving. It is time, it seems, for It to be Shut Down.