Dean is back in the kitchen now, screaming at Chef Mike to get going with the steaks. This time Mike shouts back! They go back and forth in a nuanced exchange. Topic: Whether or not the order receipt machine is working properly. It's Socs vs. greasers in there. The computer is broke! Read the ticket! The computer is broke!! Read the ticket!! Outside, the mayor stealthily draws up a last will and testament on his dinner napkin. Break for suspense.
I'm so sick of them shoving Orbit gum down my throat!
We go back to the screaming in the kitchen. Ramsay has had enough. He steps in, huddles the troops up, and gives an impassioned speech straight out of a bio-pic about an IT professional. "Let's get this thing back online," he says, and suddenly the staff of the Olde Stone Mill Restaurant & Bar Steakhouse is all in agreement. The printer mysteriously begins to work. Tom takes control in the dining hall. Chef Mike is no longer backed up. And Dean schmoozes more inventively.
The following day, Ramsay puts Dean back on the couch. He again accuses Dean of fearing failure. "Walk a mile in my shoes," retorts Dean. Ramsay shares his own story of failure, admitting to a failed restaurant in his home town (he thought he was the dog's bollocks). Ramsay just wants to see Dean achieve in the restaurant business, and now Dean finally sees that in earnest. He has a "fresh new open-minded attitude," according to Voice-Over Man, and in the show's customary epilogue we the audience are reassured that Dean has taken control of the entire restaurant now. In short: Tom grows a brain; Mike grows a heart; and Dean grows courage. And they all just ease on down, ease on down...
Ramsay throws an Olde Stone Mill two-hundredth-birthday celebration party, and the mayor is back, this time rewarding Dean with the key to the city of Yonkers. Yonkers? I thought this was Tuckahoe. DMX is going to be pissed. DMX is also going to Tuck-a-hoe (play on words). But he'll have some great cuts of meat to feed all those pit bulls, won't he?