The judges have to deliberate and decide who's going home. Tom thought Bart showcased the berry well, and if he'd left the salmon out, he'd be the winner. Micah did a terrible job showcasing the strawberry, though. Josie didn't provide a clear flavor of raspberry, and her dish was just pink. Tom comments that it could've been Pepto Bismol and Padma wakes up and yells, "IT LOOKED LIKE PEPTO BISMOL." Seriously, I think she was sleeping and then heard Pepto Bismol and yelled her line. Danyele's terrine was rubbery with no flavor and sliced too thin, plus it should've been cooked to order. They show John's dish and it looks like butter floating on cream with ground meat. Gross. Stephanie couldn't believe all of John's excuses, so I'm guessing he actually went on more than we even saw. And it tasted terrible. The judges come to a conclusion, and we'll find out who's going home shortly.
After the break, the bottom five come out to face the judges. Tom gives a very general speech about how they all did some good things, but they also did some bad things. Well, thanks Tom. Padma tells Danyele to pack her knives and go. Tom adds that her chicken was rubbery and her crostini was too crunchy, and while it was a good idea, it just never came together. Danyele thanks the judges and wishes everyone else luck before walking out. Danyele really needs to rethink the heavy eyeliner on her lower lids only. She's a pretty girl and that's not flattering.
After Danyele leaves, Josie tells everyone that Tom didn't like the Chef Josie show. Stefan cuts her off because he wants to her what they said to John. Before John can answer, Josie tells Stefan to fuck off, basically, and then she and Stefan bicker hotly over who interrupted whom and whatnot. They both look like children. Yikes.
Skip the rest of this if you don't want to know about Last Chance Kitchen.
In this week's battle between CJ and Danyele, the cheftestants were asked to make a great sandwich using lunchmeat. Danyele went classic with turkey, bacon, pepper jack cheese, and avocado, but she had too much filling and her sandwich fell apart. CJ went an Asian route with ham, butter, radish, and apple, and he had the opposite problem of too much bread and not enough filling. Ultimately, Tom thought CJ's sandwich had more flavor and he prevailed once again. Danyele awesomely took her own sandwich with her when she left.