Russell and Kimora Lee Simmons appear separately but in the same Macy's commercial. I wonder if that was in the divorce settlement.
Day Four is all about the re-launch of Olde Stone Mill. Outside, Ramsay unveils a new sign, to great applause. Most notable on the sign is the word "Steakhouse" that I see next to Olde Stone Mill. Inside is more of that change Dean hesitates to make. The lobby now has a bunch of framed pictures from when Dean worked to convert the place from a mill to a restaurant, and the actual dining space has been entirely overhauled with new furniture, new place settings, and even new plates. It's open; it's roomy; it's colorful. Dean admits to being impressed. His wife cries, this time joyously.
Ramsay wants to get the staff accustomed to the entirely revamped menu, especially all the different cuts of steak. Tom gets quizzed on it, since he'll be the one presenting to customers a tray with each cut of meat as a choice. He holds up the tray of meat, presenting it to Ramsay like Vanna White in front of a NASA chalkboard. He's nervous and says something about a Kobe strip, to which Ramsay responds, "Sounds like a Japanese lap dance bar." As night descends, Dean threatens to fire people if things go wrong tonight. Tom is in the background somewhere, choking a rib eye for trying to skip out on the bill.