Back in the Stew Room, the Mission team argues about who's going home. They each think that they are. Laurine says that maybe she should have paid more attention to the judges (maybe?) but she had a waiting room full of people. The comment cards don't even seem to come into play in the judging, though. They all head out leaving REVolt to gloat. Bryan is all pouty and Michael calls him on it, although he denies being mad. Michael brings up how he's going to share the money, which seems a little self-serving to mention again, because Robin and Eli both fall all over themselves thanking him for his generosity. Bryan mutters that Michael should keep the money. Bryan doesn't detail his problem, but interviews that he's sick of Michael's unprofessional behavior in the kitchen. Back in the Stew Room, Bryan lies that he's happy about the whole situation, but he looks super pissed. WTF was that about?
Team Mission has to face the music. Tom asks if the planning was a bad idea, since each person had to handle two dishes per course, which caused the backlogs. Laurine says she took front-of-house because no one else wanted it (which again, isn't really what happened from what we saw -- she volunteered pretty quickly). Tom points out that there were problems with each dish. Mike I. says that his asparagus dish was good, but he realizes that his char dish might not have represented the perfect bite if the proportions got off. Jen says that she probably should have steamed her clams and mussels ahead of time instead of doing them to order. The judges are shocked that she did so. Jen agrees with the judges' criticism and is devastated to hear that her sauce was broken when it went out. Did it break because it sat too long? They move on to the lamb dish, which was too rare. Laurine says that she agreed, and Tom points out that she said beforehand that she was going to make sure the food was good when it went out. Laurine says she dropped the ball on that, and Toby points out that she also dropped the ball on service in general. Tom thinks they needed a leader and didn't have one. The team is dismissed.