The final tally: no entrees served on either side. Yow. Chef Ramsay is particularly unhappy with Bobby (hid behind his team), Jason (sunk his team), Vanessa (not loud enough), and Corey (rubbery chicken). Neither team is the winner, and the losing team is [huge pause] the men, which sets off a rumble of kodo drums for some reason. Louross is given the task of picking two people to be chosen between.
Back at the dorm, there is an absolute frenzy of smoking, including a number of people smoking while sitting on exercise equipment. Ben and others are unhappy about Bobby. Dominic feels that he did poorly. He says that he's "been out of the kitchen for ten years", so I'm guessing he's got some kind of actual kitchen experience back there somewhere.
Louross picks Bobby (on the grounds of poor communication during service) and the second nominee is --
So you know how there are really long pauses on this show? People will start a sentence, then sigh heavily and then there will be a music sting while we get dramatic close-ups of every single person in the room, then there's a commercial, then we start over, right? Do you think they actually pause anywhere near that long? I mean, they obviously don't have a commercial break in there, but even without that, we're talking about really long pauses that would seem odd without the background music.
In local news, some people want to build a new basketball arena that looks kind of like a gigantic trilobite. Interesting plan.
Anyway, the second nominee is Dominic, since he couldn't cook the scallops. He also seems to be a bit of a weasel, since he explains that his poor performance was because he wasn't guided right. He could totally have cooked those scallops, but the poor leadership made him throw thirty of them away. Sure.
Bobby says that "in all actuality", his entrees were ready to go. If the team he was captaining never got an appetizer done, that's a hard claim to test.
Chef Ramsay gets rid of Dominic, which I'm guessing means that he thinks Bobby has a shot at not stinking. Dominic walks down the dramatic hallway.
Jason talks tough about how he doesn't like losing to girls. He should consider cooking better than them. That would be a good start.
Next week: "A Hell's Kitchen you'll have to see to believe." Are they calling me a liar?