Padma wonders if Gail would return here if it were a real restaurant. There were some amazing moments, but she thinks that they fell short because of the high standards that they set. Um, Gail? That’s not an answer.
Danny Meyer loved the boogey soup and he would eat it again and again. LaGassy agrees. Padma isn’t weighing in until she sees what the boys are doing.
Thumby is still trying to get people outta the restaurant while liquoring up the people that are waiting.
Here’s to fucking with that gay European that keeps yelling at us to leave! Salute!
The judges arrive and Thumby is nowhere to be found. They do get seated, but Thumby is too busy chatting it up to come over and say hello.
Danny Meyer is talking about the graphics again, saying that you can tell by the way they’ve done the o that you’re gonna be getting a little twist.
He’s gonna get a twisty o when I shove my fist up his ass
Daddy Tom talks about his first restaurant with Danny, and how it was mapped out on a napkin, but Gail is more interested with the backup at the front of the restaurant. Danny says if he were Thumby he’d be getting drinks in their hand right quick.
Stoner wishes he could see front of the house, how the diners are reacting to his food, but he should be happy he can’t see Thumby acting like an ass out there. He also seems to be eating as he’s serving which is always just something real special.
But better than jacking off on the plate.
I’m disappointed. I usually prefer a larger helping.
They find Thumby’s dish to be quite tasty. He must have been eating a lot of sweets lately.
In the kitchen Stoner and Stachey are plating up the balut.
Padma will be much happier with this portion size.
Thumby skips over the entire explanation, simplifying it into a poached egg with duck and foie gras. Not much more to say, he tells them. Gail thinks he really missed the mark by assuming that they all know about the infamous balut. That said, she’s sort of in love with the dish. Daddy Tom points out that there’s nothing remotely Filipino tasting about this dish while some stupid random diner says it was cooked differently the first time she had it. Shut up stupid.
There seem to be some expediting problems in the kitchen, causing confusion about which plates are going to which tables. Stoner keeps calm throughout it so they can figure out the problem and move on. To the next course.
I have nothing bad to say about this dish; I think it looks YUMMY
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