Hey do you remember all those times when people got hurt? Well, here's a montage. There is a LOT of blood. And Sarah went to the hospital for heat stroke. A viewer wants to know why Ed was such a dick when Sarah got overheated. Ed laughs that he was a dick and there's nothing he can say -- he overreacted. THAT'S how you do a reunion, Ed.
Montage of Chris Moto being a freaking weirdo. Padma mentions that he made it into The New York Times for his hair, and it turns out he's growing his hair out for Locks of Love, so I guess I have to stop making fun of him. He still didn't need to wear a bandanna AND a topknot AND sunglasses in his hair though. That was uncalled for. A viewer asks if it's hard to watch themselves, and Lindsay says that she drinks while watching and everything after the Quickfire is a blur.
Well, you knew this part was coming, and Andy says that ninety percent of the questions from viewers had to do with Beverly and the way she was treated. Wow, that's a lot. I guess because it was never resolved on the show. Montage of Beverly's time on the show, both how she was a weirdo, and how mean Lindsay, and Sarah and especially Heather were to her. After the montage, Beverly says that she was thinking there were times that she could have been heard more, but she appreciated that some people had her back. Could that sentence be more passively phrased? Just say that she wishes Heather and/or Sarah and/or Lindsay had listened to her. Part of what makes her so frustrating is that she won't call out people by name. Why not? What will it hurt? They might yell at you?
Tom asks if her family was supportive of her becoming a chef and Bev once again doesn't really answer but you get the vibe that they weren't crazy about her being a chef but since she's female and not male, they didn't really care what she did. She adds that they are proud now.
A viewer asks why the women were so awful to Beverly during Restaurant Wars. Lindsay says that they had gone forty hours without sleep at that point, having come off the BBQ challenge and things kind of went off the rails. I get what she's saying, but she could take some personal responsibility. How hard is it to say, "I was exhausted and frustrated, but I still shouldn't have yelled at Beverly. I am sorry that I did." Why do people not know how to apologize anymore? It's not hard. It's not a sign of weakness.