Judges' Table. Padma tells them that they won, and Tom says that everything was good. They agree that there was no one leader. They start talking about Fabio's gnocchi and Fabio says that Spike nearly ruined them, joking (?), but also generously gives Stephen credit for the rest of the dish. Padma adds that they also really liked the banana parfait, and then Katie announces that Marcel, Blais, and Angelo are the winners of the challenge for that dish. Angelo interviews that he won the first two challenges, and he thinks it's hard to beat him when he's on a streak. Marcel, meanwhile, thinks that if they had picked one winner, it would have been him because more of his components were on the plate. Maybe it would go to the person who conceptualized it? Or Angelo, for cutting up your giant plums? Shut up, Marcel.
They return to the Stew Room and send Team T Rex out. Jen is practically gnawing on her fingers. She knows she's in trouble. Once they get out there, Padma tells them that they're the losing team and one of them will be going home. Tiffani gives her big speech again about how she thought that her team would get all of the ingredients. Tom kind of looks at her like she's an idiot and says that he did say they would ONLY have meat, dairy, and eggs. ONLY being the key word. I wonder if anyone else on her team made the assumption Tiffani did. Because otherwise, they really should have set her straight on the fact that it was a matter of her not listening, and not that it wasn't explained well. Because she looks like an ass. Jen agrees with Tiffani, and when Tom sets them straight, Jen pulls a face like, "Whatever, dude." Okay, if Jen thought her dish was so great, why does she care? She should assume she's staying, right? I'm just saying. Anyway, Tiffani finally drops this line of argument, since it's going nowhere, and says that they were taken aback when they entered the kitchen, but they adapted really quickly. Colicchio says that there were flaws and technical issues, and Jen already looks like she's about to cry. She's all twitches and rocking back and forth and pulling faces over there.
Tom tells Tiffany and Antonia that their frittata was unevenly cooked. They knew about the problems with the oven, but Katie Lee says that hers was raw. Was it raw, or undercooked? Because I feel like there's a difference. And was she the ONLY person who got a raw one? I think she's the only person we saw mention it, anyway. Gail compliments the steak and eggs, but adds that it was just basic steak and eggs, so it's not really a huge accomplishment. Padma finds out that Tre created the overly-salty sauce for the salmon, and Tom can't believe that Tre knew it was that salty and still served it.