Patrick knows he’s in trouble for the under cooked steak. He tells us that he has a 50/50 chance that he’s going to get his ass handed to him. While he says this, he holds up four fingers. He really wants to prove how special he is this episode. Of course, that last steak is sent back for being raw (or RAWR, to borrow a term from BlueCanary). I have to wonder why Patrick was even cooking the fillet at all. Wasn’t that the dish that Justin created? Wouldn’t it have been smart, dear leader, to have Justin cook that dish? This time, Patrick is kicked out for real.
There are spoons in the kitchen sharper than this man.
Patrick goes back the dorm, kneels down before the shrine to his children, cries, and apologizes. Although it’s heartbreaking to see a father feel like he’s let his children down, I’m sure they will get over it. If your children are truly let down because you didn’t win a reality TV show, then you didn’t raise them correctly. I can’t speak for his children, but I’m pretty sure they’ll be proud of him for making it this far at all. Sorry, had to be serious for just a second.
Back in the kitchen, Justin is finally working on the fillets – his own dish! Hooray for some common sense entering the kitchen. That common sense is gone when we get to the red kitchen. Kimmie and Robyn are still arguing about everything. Gordon finally calls them over to have a little chat. Despite the constant fighting, Robyn and Kimmie get it together and the entrees go out.
For some reason, Gordon is counting on Royce to keep up the pace. Royce feels like he’s the Rolls Royce of cooking. Sure – if that Rolls Royce had been in some kind of horrible accident. He goes on to tell us he’s really good with meat temperatures and he knows how to melt with the steak.
I will NOT stop the world and melt with you.
Royce, being the master of meat temperatures, serves up raw steak. And Royce is kicked out of the kitchen!!!! My life is so much happier when I don’t have to watch him try to do anything. Royce wants to know why he was kicked out for nothing. I’m pretty sure thinking raw meat is acceptable to serve to diners is not nothing.
The women are still fighting in the red kitchen. Robyn and Kimmie are screaming. Tiffany and Barbie are screaming. If Gordon Ramsay thinks you’re screaming too much, you need to shut the fuck up right now. Gordon sends what’s left of the blue team to come over and help the ladies. The red team even starts fighting with them! Someone (I’m pretty sure it was Justin) pipes up and says they need to watch their language because there are kids in the dining room. I think it’s a little late to worry about the kids hearing the cursing. Robyn serves cold hanger steak. I want to see how she can blame this on Kimmie. She clearly put the steak up too soon and it wasn’t cooked. The red team is kicked out of the kitchen. Robyn continues to bitch to everyone.
Christina would rather sit alone on the stairs than listen to Robyn.
Kimmie comes by and Christina says that she should go upstairs and defend herself to Robyn. Is it even worth it? They really need to stop giving a shit about what Robyn says. She really is just talking to hear herself talk. She exhausts me and I’m only spending two hours each week watching her on TV. When Kimmie comes in the room with the rest of the ladies, the phrase “throwing me under the bus” is thrown out a lot. My hypocrite detector is going insane when Robyn starts yelling at Kimmie. I can’t even listen to this anymore. You know that Robyn is a special kind of terrible when even Christina starts yelling at her. My favorite part is when Robyn says Kimmie shouldn’t have called her a bitch. Then Robyn tells her to suck a cock (at least I’m pretty sure that’s what got beeped out).
The pot’s on the phone for you again, kettle. He says you’re still black.
Justin, Brian, and Clemenza are left in the kitchen to finish dinner service for both teams. I guess we know who will not be going home tonight. I know that it’s Family Night and I know there was face painting for the kids. However:
Maybe not the best dinner attire.
And dinner service is over for the night. Gordon is not happy at all. Dinner service started with eleven chefs and ended with three. Brian, Clemenza, and Justin are commended for their good work. When did Brian become one of the good chefs? There is no winning team tonight. Both teams must nominate two people for elimination.
The blue team has an easy decision. Patrick and Royce were the only two kicked out of the kitchen. Royce doesn’t think he deserved to get nominated. Really? You were 50% percent of the people who got kicked out of the blue kitchen, Royce! Patrick understands the nomination completely. The red team has to debate a little longer. Robyn says Kimmie needs to admit to her faults like she does and that all Kimmie does is talk. j;a;dklfffffffgagn’hawgeioagrb; Sorry. I just passed out on the keyboard trying to think about that statement being said by Robyn.