Here's a confusing shot: we're over a spot in the Northern Irish countryside where a huge circle is marked out in the grass, with five paths leading to a stone cairn in the center. What the hell is this place? Oops, it's the Giant's Ring, where the owner of It's Dead Handy has erroneously directed Jennifer and Caroline. That is not handy, and if the gentleman were here with them, he would be dead. However, at least now we know why Phil didn't tell us what the correct Thing with the Ring was called; if he had, we'd have known right away that Mr. It's Dead Handy was steering the country singers wrong. They, however, are a little slower on the uptake: "I don't think we're in the right place," Caroline ventures. In the parking lot of what is clearly some kind of ancient Druid site, they ask a local what Belfast's other Thing with the Ring might be. He tells them it's the Beacon of Hope, which Jennifer says in the car they need right now. No, Jennifer, at this point you need a supernova of hope.
Mona & Beth are still operating in the dark with their trays and falling further behind by the moment. But Max & Katie run into their first snag when he delivers the dessert course and the headwaiter for the table waspishly tells him, "This is not what they ordered." He loads the tray back up and heads back, calling up to Katie that something wasn't right as Bates drops off the correct third course.
But Mona and Beth continue to spin their wheels. Bringing yet another tray of soups and desserts, Beth apologizes to a "governor," "I used to be a waitress, you'd think I'd be better at this." Indeed, she gets another foghorn and another "This is not what these people ordered." I'm starting to get kind of impressed with that headwaiter, who says it in exactly the same tone every time. Even seconds later, when Beth just shuffles some plates around on the table, like that's going to fix anything.
When Max returns to Katie with the incorrect dessert order, Katie speculates that where she might have went wrong is in thinking that the "chartreuse jelly" listed on the menu describes something dark red. Chartreuse is of course a shade of green, which I wouldn't mention except for how half the people on this show don't seem to be aware of that fact, so who else might not be? Max seems to be leaning more in the direction of chartreuse being green, so Katie heads back to the tent to swap out the plates with the red jelly.
Bates & Anthony get the fourth course handed out. Anthony's confident he can figure out dessert and Bates angles for a tip from his table. How gauche.