Both teams are finishing their entrees amid drama about duck-slicing. Siobhan is pleased that all their food went out and none of it came back. Jay thinks the blue team finished first but that Salvatore stunk. Everyone comes out to toast the happy couple, and then all the customers are gone. It's time for the kitchen line-up!
Chef Ramsay complains about: Fran not draining potatoes, Salvatore's general lousiness, and Holli messing up the duck and chicken that one time. He's based his decision on "how difficult it was to get food out," so the red team loses. As a team, they'll pick two nominees, which should obviously be Fran and Holli.
Up in the patio, Fran suggests Holli and Ben. Ben disagrees and points out that Fran had more problems. She acts the martyr in an interview, completely ignoring the fact that we just saw Gordon call her out as having had a bad service. Nilka nominates Siobbhan and Fran, but refuses to defend it. Siobhan wants Holli and Fran.
Once there are nominees, the blue team asks for details. Jason is shocked (shocked!) that Holli could be on the list. He believes that Holli isn't the worst cook on the team, and now Nilka and Benjamin are doubting their choice, so they go back to tell Siobhan she's no good. Benjamin condescendingly tells Siobhan that she doesn't have the skills, and she points out in an interview that he's cooked with them for one service. Anyway, she didn't have a bad service, but Benjamin has decided that's not what matters.
With the decision now in doubt, the red team lines up in the dining room. Chef Ramsay asks Holli for the first nominee. It's Fran, because things came out a little slow. Second nominee? The musical stalling gets so oppressive that even Gordon, who presumably is not normally subject to the dramatic editing, demands a second time to know who it is. It's Siobhan. Why? "We were talking about who would be the worst cooks in the kitchen." Gordon looks skeptical. "So she didn't have a terrible service but you wanted to nominate her." Benjamin puts in his oar and pontificates about Siobhan's supposed lack of technical experience and passion for food.