Over on the blue side, Jason's garnish is holding up some halibut. Jay sneers a bit about how his mother could do it better. Scott tries to help Jason, which offends him.
Jamie has a problem, and Siobhan steps in to help. Chef Ramsay catches her and shouts at both of them. And Siobhan's halibut is raw, which leads to Chef Ramsay's new favorite move, where he smashes the fish in someone's face.
Benjamin and Scott have a disagreement about whether some beef is properly cooked. Scott's all over the kitchen tonight, isn't he? Anyway, Benjamin was correct that the meat was ready. Fran has some beef that's medium rare, not medium. Doom! At this point, Fran is willing to admit to Autumn that her arm is scalded pretty badly, because when she reaches in the oven it's excruciating. But she immediately regrets telling her and won't show her the burn. She doesn't want sympathy; she just wants to concentrate on the cooking. But I don't think that's going to work, and the reason Fran is so stressed right now is that she knows she can't just willpower this away.
Autumn rats Fran out to Sous Chef Andi, saying "Fran's hand is hurt badly and she won't see a medic." Fran looks at Autumn with pure hatred. Finally, Chef Ramsay gets the word and makes her show him her hand and sends her to the medic. We get a good look at it, especially where a rubber band got stuck to the burn. The red team is in disarray without Fran, since she was on the meat station. She gets the medic to wrap her up and let her back into the kitchen.
Both teams get to the last ticket. They finished the dinner service, although it took a bit over four hours. The blue team wins, and Benjamin gets special praise. The red team is told to come to a consensus on two people to nominate.
As they light up, Holly reports that the refires on meat were what killed them. Fran admits that it was her fault for not telling them she burnt her hand. Everyone agrees that Fran is probably the first nominee, and Jamie and Maria appear to be duking it out for the second spot. Maria goes for the high ground in an interview, mocking Jamie's repeated claims of "I got it": "I got it! I was like, 'Listen, the only thing you have... is an excess amount of weight.'" First of all, that's classy. Second, you didn't say that to her face. So you were not, in fact, "like" that. You were "like" someone who doesn't say anything at first, then says an insult when the other person can't hear you. So there's that. Maria and Jamie argue with each other. Maria denies that her risotto was bad.