Howie continues shucking his remaining oysters. Casey begins what ends up being an excruciatingly slow method of dicing onions. (Do you think she confused "dice onions" with "carve pumpkins"?) Howie finally finishes and Sara starts in on her five onions. Hung darts in to help clean up the area around Sara's workspace, which was really quite nice of him. Sara rocks the onions. Casey cuts slow and careful horizontal and vertical cuts, just like she was taught. And then she proceeds to saw at the onions. Dude, your knife isn't supposed to leave the board -- it's a rocking method! Somehow I would have thought working at a Japanese restaurant would have turned out better knife skills. They can flip mushrooms shaped as trees into your breast pocket, for cripes sake! In the kitchen, Tre walks out of camera range -- I don't think he can stand to watch, I know I barely can -- and CJ covers his mouth and looks over Casey's shoulder. "Casey's not that fast," CJ chortles to us. No shit -- she cuts like Sandra Lee! Hung says he feels bad for Casey's team and is getting frustrated just watching her. Brian and CJ exchange exasperated looks. Sara smoothes her onions into a pile and continues to run her knife over them to finely dice them. Sara explains she's been cooking since she was four, so she has good knife skills.
Colicchio checks Sara's onions and Hung leaps in to do his chicken dance. Casey is still dicing. Watching Hung hack the chickens up, Colicchio laughs incredulously. Hung finishes, totally lapping Casey and her onerous onions, and Dale steps in to deal with the eggs. "It's good, go," Colicchio finally and wearily tells Casey. "JESUS CHRIST!" Casey dramaqueens loudly. You're the one in need of allium absolution, Casey, no need to draw attention to it. Of course, that is what Casey does, isn't it? She is loud and melodramatic in order to ward her team off blaming her for anything. Because no one is harder on Casey than Casey herself.
Tre steps up to attempt some sort of comeback for Restaurant April. But it's a no-go; Dale gets his egg white stiffosity examined before Tre finishes his chickens, and The Garage wins a sommelier and two hundred extra dollars for wine. Dale adorably tells us that he is so thrilled for his team's win because he knows The Garage is like the Bad News Bears, while Restaurant April is the Dream Team. Colicchio then gives the teams what he probably thought was good news in the form of The Raging Bitch from last week, who, as it turns out, is Madonna's brother, Christopher Ciccone. The Raging Bitch not only fancies himself a food critic, but is also a "renowned restaurant and interior designer," and he's going to be foisted upon the teams to "fine tune" their concept and design. Greaaat.