Patrick serves an appetizer of lamb and fennel sausage. Patrick figures his presentation is much better, and Ramsay praises his creativity. He likes both dishes, but has to give the edge to Roshni and Kimmie.
Rack of lamb: Barbie and Robyn versus Justin and Guy. Barbie explains the rack of lamb with parsnip puree and braised leeks. Robyn's rolling her eyes back in the line and telling everyone that it's raw. Lord, shut up and let Ramsay discover it on his own. Which he does. He says he'd like to eat it, but he's got four children to look after. Heh. He calls over to Robyn, who snidely says she agrees that it should have stayed in longer, and "that's all I'm saying."
So Justin basically has to give him something edible, and he does: grilled rack of lamb with roasted garlic and basil puree, with turnips three ways. Congratulations, Blue, you've tied it up.
Finally, the lamb steak: Dana and Christina versus Royce and Brian. Red has a braised lamb steak with sautéed spinach. Ramsay calls braising it a bold move, but it works. It's delicious. Royce has a marinated grilled lamb steak with an avocado mousse and a mixed-pepper slaw. Ramsay says it's great and the flavors work perfectly. Two really good dishes, says Ramsay, and we'll find out after a commercial break, obviously.
And then Ramsay awards the point to the Blue team, and Brian feels like he just gave birth, sounding like someone who has never seen anyone give birth.
Ramsay praises the dishes across the board were phenomenal, except for Barbie and Robyn's raw lamb, so Robyn immediately starts yapping about how she did everything right and then blames whispers from the rest of the team about saying she shouldn't fuck up the lamb. Obviously, this doesn't sit well with the rest of them, especially given everyone else made really good dishes, and Robyn belatedly tries to pretend she's taking full responsibility for it. Although it's not like her weird "People telling me not to fuck up the lamb was what made me fuck up the lamb" explanation is doing her any favors. In an interview, Robyn says she's here to bury everyone else now.
The men's prize a VIP trip out for a day at the races. They all laugh and clap, and Clemenza asks for some cash to gamble. Ramsay, good sport, throws down a hundred dollars and tells him he wants it going on the horses, not hotdogs, and everyone laughs.