Switching gears, Gail asks about the carrots and whose idea they were. Brian owns up to them. Colicchio tells him the kids were complaining they were overcooked. "Yeah, that's how I do them," Brian says, "that's exactly how I do them and I do them for kids that way." Harold admits that he thought the carrots were overcooked, but Brian confirmed to him that was the intent. Bringing up the strawberry applesauce, which the kids hated, Colicchio asks who made that. Tiffani did. "The kids hated it," Colicchio repeats for emphasis. Tiffani shrugs, "I'm not insulted by a bunch of ten-year-olds saying they hated my applesauce." Bitch? THEY'RE YOUR CUSTOMERS! You may not be insulted, but you should CARE! Chef Laurent asks who their team leader is, because they needed a team leader. Brian brings up some bullshit about Dave being the team leader. Dave frowns around him and asks his other teammates if they had that impression. Brian continues on that when Colicchio asked about their team leader, he heard someone saying something about Dave. What? They all specifically said they didn't have a team leader. Lee Anne affirms that they all worked as a team. The judges ask the Blue Team to point fingers at the weak link in their team. Lee Anne doesn't think any of them should go, but Dave throws Brian under the bus. His reasoning is something about Brian supposedly always feeling as though they weren't listening to him or taking his ideas. Brian reminds the judges how he made a big effort to go out and interact with the kids, just the way the entire Red Team was doing. Dave points out that he did it as well. Once again Brian fingers Dave as the team leader and blames him for not making sure the entire Blue Team interacted with the kids the same way the Red Team did. Tiffani thinks Brian should go because of the mushy carrots. Lee Anne sticks by her original feeling that she doesnât want to send anyone home that day because they all worked extremely well together. Harold decides to pick himself because of what Chef Laurent said about recognizing and taking responsibility when something doesn't work out. It's a noble move that -- because this isn't Trump's show -- will be rewarded. The judges have heard enough. The Blue Team exits.
Episode Report CardKeckler: B | 536 USERS: C+
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