Hell's Kitchen (2005) Episode Scripts

N/A - Crepe Grand Prix

1 (male narrator) Previously on "Hell's Kitchen" [cheers and applause] Y'all are ready to be yelled at? (narrator) Chef Ramsay tested the determination of the incoming chefs.
- [Hist blows] - Get off myus! (Kimberly) I thought I was signing up for "Hell's Kitchen," not the Army.
I've arranged a very special boot camp.
Move out! Let's go.
(narrator) And when they got to the final obstacle, they learned that they had earned the right to enter Hell's Kitchen.
[cheering] I thought, "They're gonna kill Chef Ramsay.
" Your 45 minutes starts now.
(nrator) At the Battle of the Sexes Signature Dish Challenge, Sous Chef Heather from Philadelphia.
That looks delicious.
(narrator) Executive chef Paulie from Brooklyn That is very good.
(narrator) And Sous Chef Ry from Michigan It's delicious.
(narrator) All impressed Chef Ramsay with perfect scores.
- Five out of five.
- Thank you.
Thank you, Chef.
(narrator) While sushi-truck chef Kimberly - I used canned ams.
- [audience groans] - One out of five.
- Damn.
(narrator) Los Angeles Sauté Chef Matt I have a dove breast Bolognese.
A pigeon? One out of five.
- (narrator) And university chef Jessica - [spits] (narrator) Left the wrong kind of impression.
It was maine executive chef Heidi's ricotta gnocchi Wow.
Four out of five.
Well done.
(narrator) That clinched victory for the women.
At dinner service, Jessica redeemed herself on fish.
Nice sear on the scallops.
Lovely.
(narrator) And Heather was equally as strong on meat.
- Very nice.
- Thanks, Chef.
(narrator) They were two of the reasons why the Red had what is probably the stngest opening night in "Hell's Kitchen" history.
- [cheering] - Yeah, ladies! (narrator) Unfortunately for the men, - it was a completely different story.
- I need risotto.
(narrator) Culinary instructor Pat made multiple mistakes on risotto.
It's too salty.
He's a professor, for [bleep] sake, and he can't even get ritto right? (narrator) And when Matt told Chef Ramsay to Look at the cameras.
(narrator) Chef Ramsay offered another idea.
I'll stick a Gro up your [bleep], so you can see how [bleep] you are.
(narrator) Moments later, the men made an early exit.
Get out! Come on, man.
- (narrator) And - Matt.
- (narrator) In the end, it was - Pat.
(narrator) Who had to say good-bye to his dream of becoming head chef at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar at the Venetian in Las Vegas.
[dramatic music] And now the continuation of "Hell's Kitchen.
" Now, all of you get out of here.
(Andrew) Losing Pat, it was just dead weight we don't need on our team.
- We need passionate people.
- Damn.
(Andrew) I think every single person on our team needs to step up and prove why they're here.
Hot tub time.
- I'm going butt naked.
- Do it.
Okay, he wasn't kidding! Oh, my God.
I see your little pee-pee.
Oh, my God.
(Heather) They're all naked! It's their team bonding moment.
Oh, God, no! I'm kind of, you know, the little brother in the house.
So it feels awesome to have a great time with the guys.
[laughter] Koop? I'm going back inside.
Too many wieners in that soup.
- [screams] - Once they told me it was naked penises in the hot tube.
I'm waiting until y'all get out.
I had to see how they stacked up.
I'm ready to see the Wienerschnitzel.
[laughter] Yeah! [bleep]! - [laughter] - I don't need to see this.
- I got the next one.
- [laughs] (Genaro) Oh, there it is.
Oh, God.
(man) Put it away! Hey, you know, they didn't call me Smock the [bleep] in high school just 'cause it rhymed.
[screams] Damn, where my singles at? [Ohio Players' "Fire"] Fire Unh, uh The way you walk and talk Really sets me off to a full alarm, child Yes, it does When you're hot, you're hot You really shoot your shot You're dyn-o-mite, child Yeah The way you squeeze and tease Knocks me to my knees 'Cause I'm smoking, baby, baby Well, I can tell by your game You're gonna start a flame Love, baby, baby Fire Got me burning Fire That's what I said, child Ow, fire Uh-huh [dramatic music] Go get them, baby.
Yeah.
- [phone rings] - (woman) There it is.
Hello? I need you guys to go straight out the SUVs.
Okay.
Hey, everybody, to the SUVs.
I have no idea where we're going.
Blue Team.
Blue.
Whoo! I just know that I am ready.
Blue Team is definitely going down.
We pull up to a raceway, and my heart jumps.
[engine revving] Cars are my thing.
I love that sound, the engine.
[imitates engine revving] I don't even want to speculate.
What's going on? [engine revving] That's so tight.
- Good morning.
- (all) Good morning, Chef.
Chef driving a car, okay, speeding around the track.
Can I have a turn? [laughs] [sighs] Wow.
That is beautiful.
Ch looked like a badass stepping out of that car.
I absolutely love racing.
Anybody? (all) Yes, Chef.
Racing cars and cooking are both very, very technical.
You have to adapt to what's going on.
But more importantly, you must stay in control.
Even the slightest mistake can lead to a huge disaster.
For today's challenge, you're all going to be racing.
- Excited? - (all) Yes, Chef.
Are you ready to get in the car? Who's first? Definitely not.
Let me show you all what you'll be racing in.
We're gonna race cars.
That means I can knock somebody off the road.
Hey, I'm all in for it.
You'll be racing in these.
- I knew it.
- [laughs] Golf carts? Okay, I guess.
I really wanted to drive that car.
For your next challenge, you'll be competing in the first-ever "Hell's Kitchen" Crepe Grand Prix.
[epic music] - Excited? - (all) Yes, Chef! Let's go.
(Matt) I love cooking crepes.
I even speak a little French.
[chuckles] It means "cut the grass.
" [chuckles] So the secret of a great crepe is the thickness, depending on the filling.
(Andrew) Watching Chef Ramsay cook up close is just a surreal moment for a chef.
Equal portion of spinach to chicken.
I've been to his restaurants.
And now having Chef Ramsay in front of me, cooking The most important thing is keeping it intact.
It's just an out-of-body experience.
It's amazing.
Fold, press, fold.
See, a really nice seasoned crepe Color is paramount.
No color, no flavor.
Are you ready? - (all) Yes, Chef.
- Everybody on your stations.
Let's go.
On your mark, get set, go.
I'm going here.
Grate the cheese.
(narrator) In today's Crepe Grand Prix Challenge, the chefs will be working in pairs I'm almost ready for you.
To make chicken and mushroom stuffed crepes.
Come on, chop, chop, chop.
(narrator) As each crepe is finished, the chefs must drive through the course and present it to Chef Ramsay for judging.
Let's go, guys.
Who is gonna be first? The first team to deliver ten perfect crepes - wins the challenge.
- [tense music] - (Devin) How we looking? - We're working, man.
- We're working.
- All right.
I've made crepes many a times.
My fiancée loves crepes.
Come on, I'm ready.
A crepe is extremely delicate, so I'm definitely taking my time with this.
Could we speed up a little bit, please? You two are like two corpses.
- Ladies, how are we doing? - (both) Good, Chef.
Okay, the filling is ready.
[bleep].
I [bleep] cut myself.
I got five blisters on my right hand from yesterday.
- You all right? - Yeah, I'm fine.
- - I didn't even feel it.
I don't know.
I don't even care.
And I got a cut on my pointer finger just today.
How the hell am I gonna cook? I'm paired up with Gia, a high-maintenance, hoity-toity bitch.
And I'm gonna flip if she has anything to do with us losing.
Aaron.
You're doing nothing.
Let's go.
I'm concerned about Oh, [bleep].
Aaron.
There's too much crepe.
There's no way we're gonna be able to fix this.
He doesn't have as much experience as me, and I'm one of our strongest links on our team.
So, whatever I can do to help him out, I'm here for.
Don't get nervous.
It's all about just doing it right.
Here's spinach, salt, pepper.
I'm with Jessica and Aziza.
We are the only team of three.
- Get the plate ready.
- Bring it on.
- Good job, ladies.
- (Gordon) Don't drop that crepe.
- They got a crepe already? - Throw some spinach in there.
Go, go, go, go, go! - Let's focus on us.
- Careful! - [tires squeal] - Slow down a little bit.
I love racing cars, so they better buckle they seat belts, put their helmet on.
I'm gonna tear some rubber.
Through the two cones.
Blue Team, move your ass! The Red Team are at the gate! Let's see what you got here.
- Who cooked the chicken? - I did, Chef.
- Who seasoned it? - I did, Chef.
That's delicious.
Good job.
- Very good.
- Go, ladies! Go! (Jessica) Bam, first one out the gate! Yes! Let's go, next one.
Let's go.
Go, go, go.
(Johnny) Koop's driving, and I'm the holder.
He was swerving around the cones.
And I realized the crepe is breaking down the center.
[bleep].
And now we're screwed.
All right, come on, guys.
Visually, it looks like a burst tire.
[bleep] off.
Are you serious? Looks like there was a blowout on your crepe.
[bleep] damn, man.
That's simple mistakes like that.
I'm not [bleep] that up again, all right? (narrator) While the Blue Team seems to be stalled, the Red Team Around the outside of that one.
- This way? - Yep, yep, yep.
(narrator) Is pedal to the metal - Who seasoned that? - (woman) I did.
- Good job.
That's in.
- Thank you, Chef.
- Thank you, Chef.
- (Gordon) Really good job.
(narrator) Leaving the men in the dust.
Delicious.
Good job.
Well done.
[bleep].
Come on, let's push this out.
Let's push this out.
Come on, come on, come on.
(Devin) I'm getting a little nervous watching the girls.
We might just lose [bleep] today.
Presentation-wise, nice.
Let's see underneath.
Well done.
It was just a sigh of relief.
But we still have to get nine more perfect crepes up.
I got spinach going.
(narrator) Thanks to Devin and Genaro, the Blue Team is finally on the map I got the plate.
(narrator) And starting to catch up.
Delicious.
Good job.
Come on, ladies! Let's go, let's go! - Good job.
Well done.
- Thank you, Chef.
Working with Andrew gave me a boost of confidence.
He's smart.
He knows what he's doing.
Come on, Blue Team, this is it! - Whoo! - Red Team! [screams] (Heather) I'm actually impressed right now.
Gia's doing really good, but Watch out.
She drives like a taxi driver in Νew York City.
(Gia) My license is suspended.
Watch out.
- But I'm a great driver.
- [horn honks] Ladies coming in.
- Perfect.
Good job.
Well done.
- [cheers] - 4-3, let's go.
- Go, Blue! - Delicious.
- Thank you, Chef.
Let's go.
- Delicious.
Good job.
- Thank you, Chef.
- Thank you.
- Really good job.
Ladies, five! Blue Team, four! - Come on, guys! - (Andrew) Let's go, Blue Team.
Time to pick it up, boys.
Who folded it? I did.
- Good job.
Well done.
- Thank you, Chef.
Five all.
Let's go, let's go.
Oh, hell.
They're about to take the lead.
Come on, we need this one for the team.
Nice color on that.
Who rolled that? (narrator) With the score tied Delicious.
Good job.
Delicious.
Go.
- That is delicious.
Well done.
- Thank you, Chef.
(narrator) The men go on a run to take a three-dish lead.
- Come on, ladies.
- We got this.
(narrator) But the women storm back.
Really good job.
Great job.
Well done.
- That is delicious.
- (both) Thank you, Chef.
- Whoo! - Red Team! 8-8, guys.
(Devin) I'm driving a golf cart all day long on the beaches back in Charleston.
Hold on to that crepe, damn it.
That looks fantastic.
- (both) Thank you, Chef.
- Perfect.
- Well done, well done.
- Let's go.
Come on! Get that crepe on.
Get that crepe on.
Get that crepe on.
One more, one more! - We got this, y'all.
- [tires screech] Beautifully done.
Yes.
- Thank you, Chef.
- Delicious.
Good job.
One more.
Come on, ladies, one more.
Come on, Red! It's tied 9-9.
We have to win this thing.
(Gordon) Ladies, come on.
Yes, Red Team, we got this.
They're about to win right now.
(woman) Come on, ladies! Oh, my God.
We are taking this.
Who folded that? [tense music] (narrator) For today's Crepe Grand Prix Challenge, both teams are racing to be the first to present Chef Ramsay with ten acceptable crepes.
- Delicious.
Good job.
- One more! - (Well done) - (narrator) With the score tied at 9, Shaina, Aziza, and Jessica are on their way to delivering what they hope will be the challenge-winning crepe.
They're about to win right now.
(woman) Come on, ladies! Oh, my God We are taking this.
All he needs to is taste it, and we have this.
I've got all this here and filling.
Not balanced.
Terrible.
Come on, come on, come on, come on, not good enough.
Come on, guys.
You got the [bleep] girls there, and you can't get crepe out at the end for the [bleep] win? Don't sweat it.
Come on.
Grate some cheese while I season it.
Ready? Ready? Go, go, go, go.
Pressure is so on.
Maybe weave a chance here.
That has got to be the one that counts, guys.
There's nobody on the track.
Come on, let's go.
One more, one more.
[bleep].
One more, one more! - You hold.
I'll drive.
- Come on, Blue Team! Let's go.
Let's go.
(woman) Come on, Red Team! Come on, Koop.
Let's win this, boys.
One more, one more, one more, ladies! One more Don't come back with them.
- Who rolled that? - I did, Chef.
Delicious.
Congratulations.
- Yeah! - [men cheering] Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Whoo! Best feeling in the world.
(man) Yeah! [all cheering] (Devin) I'm jumping up and down for joy.
I could've dunked a basketball.
I ain't never dunked a basketball.
White men can't jump, right? (Gordon) Wow.
10-9, that was tight.
Well done.
Give yourselves a round of applause, guys, huh? You're in for a treat and a half.
All of you are off to the oceanside town of Santa Barbara.
Oh, oh, oh.
[bleep].
You're gonna be dining on one of the most luxurious 73-foot super mega yachts.
[all cheering] Blue Team! The yacht's got a pair of Jet Skis at your disposal (Koop) We're going on a boat! The biggest boat I have ever been on is a little, tiny ferry in Lake Erie.
This is gonna be fun.
Uh, ladies, so close.
I've arranged a severe punishment that's actually gonna spoil your mood, 'cause it's FDD.
FDD? What the [bleep] are you talking about? - Fish delivery day.
- [men chuckle] [groans] Fish delivery day is a brutal day, let me tell you.
We've got coming the moist stunning Dover sole, snapper, lobster, and the most amazing sea bass.
I want them broken down, descaled, filleted ahead of our nt service.
Jump in the SUVs, head back to Hell's Kitchen.
Let's go, guys.
Your boat is awaiting.
Fish delivery day? I don't want to carry a fish.
I don't want to smell like a fish.
This is what it's come to? Those girls really looked defeated.
Did you see how pissed they were? (Andrew) Yeah, I'm feeling really bad for them.
- [bleep].
- [laughter] We're going on a boat! Yeah! [laughter] [horn honks] (Andi) Come on, guys, hurry up.
It's your fish delivery.
Get everything inside.
Its head is in my crotch.
I ain't a skinny bitch.
Y'all, this bitch is heavy.
And even for me, it's really [bleep] rough.
- It's dripping.
- Watch that bottom leaking.
- It's gonna bust.
- Oh, [bleep].
It [bleep] sucks.
Guys, wait up.
[laughs] Ugh! Damn.
[exciting music] (Johnny) Look at this.
- Hi, guys.
- (Johnny) Marino! Grab a seat, grab a seat.
Make yourself comfortable.
Oh, my God.
Look at this.
Benvenuti a Santa Barbara.
(all) Salute! Oo! Look at this yacht.
Oh, my God! Chef Ramsay, thank you! [seals barking] You had a ectacular day.
You guys deserved it.
This is the most unbelievable thing I have ever been a part of.
Right now the Blue Team is very solid.
We're coming together great.
(Johnny) I wonder what the girls are doing now.
Those girls, you know what? They're probably gonna be really salty when we get back.
They're gonna a little salty when we get back.
(narrator) While the men laugh it up on the high seas, back at Hell's Kitchen Oh, he's a big guy.
(narrator) The women get down to work.
I'm gonna have fish scales all over me.
There's more than one way to skin a fish.
This is [bleep].
So what's this fish's name gonna be? Huh? What? We got Bill, Paul, and Bob.
[laughs] Oh, God.
[laughs] I don't got time to be all sad.
[scoffs] Okay.
I'm tired of hearing the sound of Jessica's voice.
[laughing] All I hear is a donkey going hee-hee-hee-yaw! - Hee-hee-hee-yaw! - [laughs] (Shaina) What do you think the boys are doing right now? (Wendy) Hopefully, they fall off the damn boat.
[laughs] I hope a shark eats them.
[exciting music] I am about to raise hell on the high sea.
[shivers wildly] Whoo! Whoo! (Koop) Outside of the birth of my two kids, this is the best day of my life, by far.
Chef Ramsay put together a really good lunch for you.
It's nice and thick Fish guts.
A [bleep] fish shake.
Are you [bleep] kidding me? I can't eat nasty food.
I'm sure you guys have swallowed worse.
Enjoy.
Cheers, y'all.
The fish shake consists of raw scallops, fish guts [gags] Fish eyes and it's thick as [bleep].
[retches] That sound is not helping me drink this [bleep].
I'm sorry.
You think I want to throw up? This is some [bleep].
I'm not drinking that [bleep].
Oh, shoot.
Mine's just chocolate milk.
But there's no way in hell I'm about to let the rest of them know that.
[retches] We have Wendy to the left of me, puking her [bleep] guts out.
Aziza, puking to the right of me.
This is [bleep].
I have this bitch across the table telling me, "I'm not [bleep] drinking the shake.
" Bitch, yes, you are, because we're a [bleep] team.
[retches] [spits] [retches] [retching] Tell me I don't have to keep drinking this.
I'm gonna Finish the whole [bleep] thing.
[crying] This is [bleep] killing me.
Like, I want to sit in the [bleep] corner and just [bleep] cry.
[retching] (narrator) It's a painful Hell's Kitchen tradition.
The losing team is served an undesirable horrible lunch.
(narrator) And Wendy is not exactly enjoying her fish-gut shake.
[bleep] gross.
But I'm not just gonna quit.
I work through tears.
Wendy, are you good? I'll be good.
You can do it, seriously.
[triumphant music] Get it, girl.
Get it.
Come on.
Good job, Wendy.
Good job.
Whoo! Get it, girl.
- You can do it.
- Whoo! Yeah, yeah.
(all) Da, da, da, da, da, hey Da, a, da, da, da, hey Da, da, da, da, da, hey - There go the guys.
- Don't even look at them.
(all) Da, da, da, da, da, hey Da, da, da, da, da, hey You look like the Village People! Ahoy, sailors.
Whoo! Yeah.
[dramatic music] (narrator) With the dawning of a new day in Hell's Kitchen, both teams are energized to prep for their second dinner service.
I'm feeling confident guys.
(narrator) The men are especially confident on the heels of a big challenge win.
Shrimp, good pinch, drop your pasta.
Let's go, Blue Team! (all) Start strong, finish strong.
Go Blue Team.
Let's go.
Ladies, good afternoon.
- Line up, please.
- (all) Good afternoon, Chef.
Gentlemen, line up, please.
- Men, how was that yacht? - (men) Beautiful.
Absolutely amazing.
Ladies, how was fish delivery day? Aziza, what was the worst part? The shake was the worst part.
The shake? Wendy, why are you shaking your head? It never went down.
It came right back up.
One of you had a good shake.
Who was that? I did.
You didn't tell nobody that you had a chocolate shake.
That's [bleep] up.
- (Gordon) Shaina, seriously? - Yes.
- Lucky you.
- Yes, thank you.
- And how was your shake? - Excellent.
Excellent.
- Did you share it round? - I didn't.
(Heidi) What the hell? To be honest, I don't trust Shaina after that chocolate-shake thing.
I don't trust you.
You're not a team player.
Okay, get on your stations.
Let's go.
- (both) Yes, Chef.
- Marino.
- Si, Chef? - Open Hell's Kitchen, please.
Let's go.
Subito.
[dramatic music] (narrator) Fully booked once again, the dining room fills quickly with excited guests eager to sample the legendary Hell's Kitchen menu.
I'm gonna have the scallops to start.
I think I'm gonna do the beef Wellington.
All right, let's go, guys.
- Just stay focused.
- Let's have some fun.
(all) Cheers.
(narrator) Tonight Chef Ramsay has added a special Dover sole appetizer Everything is simple when you know what you're doing, right? (narrator) To be served tableside by Heidi and Shaina for the Red and Johnny and Paulie for the Blue Team.
On order, four covers, table 32.
- Ladies, are we ready? - (all) Yes, Chef.
One special app tableside, - one carbonara, two risotto.
- (all) Heard, Chef.
(Gordon) Thank you.
Let's go.
I am paired up with Aziza on hot apps.
We got this.
We know how to cook.
And we're gonna kill it.
All right, so now I put the pasta water in with this? Did you add your scallops and stuff? Oh, the scallops and garlic? (Heather) Jessica is one of those people that thinks that she knows what she's doing.
Am I able to drop the noodles for the carbonara now? But she has no idea how to work a line.
(Jessica) Now that's enough water.
(Wendy) That's really loose.
There's way too much sauce in there.
- Risotto's ready to walk.
- Let's go.
Put the carbonara down.
So liquid, that.
Why is it so liquid? It's like [bleep].
Hey.
It's like a soup.
Come on, ladies, please.
Come on, ladies.
You got it, you got it.
Yo, I swear.
Jessica's all "blah, blah, blah" and no show.
Shut your mouth and just do the job.
Carbonara's ready? - You good, Jess? - It's great.
All right, good.
I just need to walk it.
Carbonara right next to you.
Excellent.
Let's go.
Fight back, ladies.
Fight back.
(narrator) A quick recovery from Jessica on her carbonara.
As diners being served in an acceptable amount of time.
Delicious.
It is.
Meanwhile, in the blue kitchen On order, Blue Team, four covers, table 11.
One special app, one kale salad, two risotto.
Heard that, Chef.
(narrator) Devin and Aaron, on appetizers, have an opportunity to impress their teammates and, more importantly, Chef Ramsay.
Aaron, how you looking, buddy? It's not even up high, buddy.
You want to cook on high.
I'm feeling that I'm gonna have to take charge on this station because it's, like, "Wake up, Aaron.
" Where you at? Where's Waldo?" Walking with two risottos, Chef.
Kale salad up, Chef.
It is a little bit hard for me to find my place.
Devin's kind of taking over the whole station.
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, Blue Team.
- Who dressed this? - I did, Chef.
All of you, come here.
- Visually, just visually - Overdressed, Chef.
Yes, you're [bleep] right it's overdressed.
It's [bleep] with dressing.
Oh, my God.
It's a simple cold salad, soaking in dressing.
- It's a salad.
- All right, one more, Aaron.
- New bowl.
- Real quick, Aaron.
Hey, young man, where's the finesse? [sighs] This is gonna be a long night.
(narrator) While Aaron's soggy salad has put a damper on the men's quick start, over in the red kitchen On order, two covers, table 31, two covers, table 51.
- Two risotto, two scallop.
- (both) Heard, Chef.
(narrator) The tickets continue to pour in, putting the pressure on Gia and Heather on the fish station.
All right, risotto's working.
Not there yet, though.
I'll let you know when I'm at my four minutes.
Are you searing? When she says that she's ready, that's when I drop my - Four minutes out.
- Yes.
I definitely don't trust Gia right now.
I'm getting it in my mind.
I'm getting it in my mind.
(Heather) She's really nervous.
Then all of a sudden, she just randomly disappears.
Chef, we ran out of toffee pudding.
Do you want me to make some more? Excuse me.
Are you on fish? Yes, I'm on fish.
(Gordon) Then why are you asking about dessert? We need to send appetizer and entrées first before the dessert, right? Yes, Chef.
(Aziza) Gia's just tripping.
She's got to quickly snap out of it and get right back on the game.
Drop the scallops.
(narrator) While a confused Gia gets her priorities straight, over in the blue kitchen - Kale salad up, Chef.
- Thank you.
Let's go.
(narrator) Aaron has managed to produce a kale salad with a reasonable amount of dressing.
(Gordon) Service, please.
Oh, this is fantastic.
(narrator) And Chef Ramsay is pushing ahead on appetizers.
On order, two covers, table ten, two covers, table two, yes? - Two scallops, two carbonara.
- Heard.
Heard, Chef.
I got the two carbonara.
What do you need, Andrew? Andrew, what do you need me for? Anything? No.
I'm trying to talk with Andrew, but Andrew's not really talking to me.
What do you need? Do you need anything? Uh, no.
(Gordon) Two scallop, two carbonara? Where are we? Andrew, are you ready with the two scallops? (Andrew) Oh, my God.
I can't believe I forgot that there were scallops on the check.
That's a pretty huge bonehead mistake.
Andrew, your scallops about ready? [bleep].
How long? How long for scallops, guys? I'm gonna drop them right now, so give me 2 1/2 minutes.
Come on, man.
You're bombing the team.
We're all getting yelled at for it.
Get it together.
Two scallop, two carbonara.
Where are we? Aaron, don't [bleep] me.
- You're not saying anything! - We're waiting on scallops, Chef.
And he [bleep] me.
Come on, Andrew.
The scallops aren't even in! He's sinking [bleep] Hell's Kitchen! (narrator) It's 45 minutes into dinner service.
The scallops aren't even in! And Andrew has forgotten to put on two orders of scallops He's sinking [bleep] Hell's Kitchen! Causing the Blue Team's ship to quickly take on water.
Where's the scallop? I got two scallops working right now.
Come on, guys.
Come on, Andrew, step your game up.
Let's go.
You can't claim to be the best and then drop the ball.
It doesn't work like that.
Bring those up.
Let's bring those up, guys.
There's a nice sear on those.
Coming up with carbonara, two carbonaras.
Let's go, then.
Let's go! Unreal.
Here we go, John.
Yes? You know, I forgot there was scallops on the check.
They went out eventually.
No big deal.
They were cooked perfectly.
Mmm, this is delicious.
The scallops are amazing.
On order, four covers, table 12.
One special app, tableside, one kale, two pizza.
(all) Yes, Chef.
One kale, two pizza.
Start on the pizzas, please.
Down behind.
Open door.
I already got yelled at by Chef Ramsay for the salad that got sent back.
Aaron, how are you doing on those two pizzas, buddy? Good, good, good.
Make sure that soffritto's all the way out to the edge.
(Aaron) I don't need that to happen again.
Hey, hey, hey, hey, stop.
Hey, come here, you.
- What's up? - Yeah, what's up? I'll [bleep] tell you what's up.
Come here.
Where's-Get in here! Guys, I'll be right back.
A "Hell's Kitchen" first.
This Muppet's got two pizzas on the same paddle that aren't even [bleep] rolled out properly.
What in the [bleep] is going on? One pizza per paddle.
(Johnny) Aaron is just a goofball.
He's not a good cook.
He's freakin' brain-dead.
[sighs] What an embarrassment.
Hey, Blue Team, is this it? You take the reward, you come back - and screw the service? - (all) No, Chef.
Watch out.
I'm making pizza, I'm making pizza.
Aaron just isn't pulling his weight.
And I don't think he knows how to.
I got the pizza.
I got the pizza.
(narrator) As Paulie rolls in to help Aaron on the pizza, the women On order, four covers, table 43.
- Entrée, two bass, two lamb.
- (all) Yes, Chef.
(narrator) Have started entrées, led by Heather on the fish station and Kimberly on meat.
- Two lamb, two sea bass.
- Two lamb, all day.
(Kimberly) Back at home, I'm a sushi chef.
But I can cook meat.
I can cook fish.
I can cook.
Wendy, how we doing on color on this lamb? Your color's pretty decent.
Just get more color on this side.
- You got it.
- You're doing good.
Kim just doesn't have enough line experience.
She's solo on meat, but I know already that she's gonna need some support.
Walking with lamb garnish.
- Walking with lamb.
- Walking with sea bass.
[dramatic music] That one's raw.
- Hey, hey, hey.
- Yes, Chef.
Raw lamb.
I knew it.
So you knew that was raw? I thought they were a tad, but I didn't know, Chef.
Sorry.
Look at it so you know.
- Come on.
- Sorry, Chef.
Get it back in the [bleep] oven! Kimberly, are you kidding me? Taking something up that you know is not good enough just makes us all look stupid.
Get that in now.
As soon as you crusted it, you should've put it in, sweetie.
I'm hoping it's coming soon.
(narrator) With frustrated diners paying the price for Kimberly's mistake, back in the blue kitchen - I got the pizza.
- I got you, bro.
(narrator) Paulie's delivered on Aaron's pizzas.
(Gordon) Service, please.
(narrator) And the men Entrée, two sea bass, two New York strip.
- Heard.
- (all) Heard, Chef.
(narrator) Are back on track and getting started on their first entrées.
- Let's go.
- Strip's searing right now.
(Genaro) I feel very confident running the meat station.
I put my heart and soul into food.
This is what I love to do.
I got the bass coming to the window now.
Coming up.
New York strip.
[dramatic music] It's [bleep] raw.
- Hey, Genaro.
- Yes, Chef.
It's raw.
Hey, hey, hey, Blue Team.
Hey, come here.
Look.
It's raw.
It's white.
The fat's not even rendered.
I'm talking to you.
Yes.
Would you like another, Chef? Well, what the [bleep] do you think? How is that even a question? No, we're just gonna tell the guests, "Sorry, our meat guy had an off night.
You're not gonna eat tonight.
" Hey.
What do you suggest with the fish, then, Chef? We got to start over with everything.
(narrator) Genaro's raw New York strip has resulted in a refire of the entire ticket.
Sear the two New York strip, please.
Yes, Chef.
(narrator) Meanwhile, back in the red kitchen, Chef Ramsay is hoping Kimberly hasn't butchered her second attempt at her first lamb.
Walking with lamb.
Bones are hot, Chef.
I'm very nervous about this lamb.
It has to be cooked perfectly.
Kimberly, lamb cooked beautifully.
- Thank you, Chef.
- Good job, Kim.
Whew.
Ladies, let's keep talking.
Let's keep it going.
(narrator) Now that Kimberly has learned from her mistake - and bounced back - Let's go.
Grateful red diners are now receiving their entrées.
Thank you.
To your left, Chef.
Well done.
Let's go.
Sea bass walking.
Oh, good.
Good, let's go.
It's really good.
(narrator) And in the blue kitchen I'm waiting on two bass, two New York strip.
Yes, Chef.
(narrator) Chef Ramsay is still waiting to see if Genaro can make a comeback similar to Kimberly's.
- New York strip.
- Are these still hot enough? - New York strip! - Right here, Chef.
I got the bass coming to the window now.
Strips right now.
On your right.
These strip steaks better be perfect, or we're [bleep].
This is raw and cold.
Hey, hey, hey.
Psst.
Oi, hey, stop.
Just touch that.
Just touch that there, this point.
Just touch that there.
That meat could've walked itself to the pasture, Genaro.
Red Team, come here! Come here! All of us? I don't know what the hell's going on.
This is ridiculous.
[tense music] [dramatic music] (narrator) It's an hour and a half into dinner service.
This is raw.
(narrator) And Genaro's poor performance on the meat station Red Team, come here! Come here! (narrator) Is the final nail in the coffin for the Blue Team tonight.
Ladies, take over! One on each station! Blue Team, get out! Get out! We've conquered another dinner service.
It feels great.
Second time in a row, we're on the ball.
Get out! I want to curl up in a ball and cry.
I'm done.
I need two nominees.
[bleep] off! I hate losing.
A second time, thrown out.
That's so embarrassing.
Let's sit down at the table.
[bleep] [bleep] [bleep]! - Let's go outside! - Yeah, let's go outside.
I need a [bleep] cigarette before I murder somebody.
Damn, man! [bleep].
[bleep] is right.
I [bleep] hate losing.
Why aren't you all pissed off right now? I'll take the lamb.
Very hot, Chef.
I need chicken stock.
Is that what this is? Let me get another minute on this lamb.
- Service, please.
- Last push, ladies.
Did you add the sauce for the Wellington? We got to watch the guys get kicked out again.
- Good, let's go.
- Very hot, Chef.
- Service, please.
- Two breasts.
Last ticket, ladies.
I'm definitely proud of my girls.
Oh, my gosh.
Worth the wait.
This is very good.
Guys, the girls just had to come in and finish our [bleep].
(man) Again.
We look like a bunch of idiots.
How are we losing every time? [sighs] Yo, dude, you just checked out? - No, man.
- 'Cause your whole demeanor right now is like, "Whatever, man.
" (Koop) Yeah, you're pretty laid-back about all this.
- What am I gonna do, freak out? - Yeah! Why aren't you flipping the [bleep] out? What am I gonna do, hang my [bleep] head low? (Johnny) I can't believe Genaro's attitude right now.
How could you put out [bleep] like that and then act like it doesn't matter? You're sitting there, just shaking your head, laid-back.
Like, I'm not happy with what happened.
Yeah, I [bleep] up, man.
But I'm not gonna let you guys put me down about it.
Johnny and Paulie were down my throat with their [bleep].
You just don't deserve to be here, bottom line.
We don't have to get personal.
Just keep it at service.
No, I'm pissed, man.
It is personal.
You're embarrassing me in front of one of my heroes.
Well, I apologize for that.
I think we should vote.
Make your point and make your cases - for why you shouldn't go up.
- I'll start.
I'll start.
I'm putting up Genaro and Aaron.
Genaro [bleep] us on the steak.
Aaron He can't make a salad.
Really, Andrew? It's a salad.
It's not that big of a deal.
You know, I'm the youngest of the group.
- I have a lot to prove.
- I understand you're young.
But, like, it should be a [bleep] advantage.
You should be running around that kitchen.
- Matt.
- One for Genaro, one for Aaron.
Aaron.
Devin? - Who you putting up? - I'm putting up Genaro.
Um Who's the other? - Andrew.
- Hey, [bleep] hold on.
He squeezed dressing out of the salads into a [bleep] quart.
I was yelling at you left and right for scallops, dude.
I thought you were a little scatterbrained.
Andrew had a big [bleep]-up on the scallops.
He was like a deer in headlights on that station.
I was heavy on fish tonight.
I'm one of the strongest chefs on the Blue Team.
There's no way in hell I am going up in front of Chef Ramsay.
Are you kidding me right now? Deer in headlights on the other side of the kitchen.
Fish didn't hold nothing up tonight, guys.
There was not a single piece of fish that walked back to that kitchen.
Oh, [bleep].
[tense music] [dramatic music] Men, aren't you embarrassed? (all) Yes, Chef.
Guys, unfold your arms, all of you.
Matt, Blue Team's first nominee and why.
Chef, our first nominee is gonna be Genaro.
Genaro let us down on the meat station tonight.
And he kind of, like, created a hole that we couldn't get out of.
Matt, Blue Team's second choice and why.
Chef, our second choice is gonna be uh [dramatic music] (narrator) After being kicked out of the kitchen for the second dinner service in a row, the men have chosen two nominees for elimination.
- Their first choice was - Genaro.
Matt, Blue Team's second choice and why.
Chef, our cond choice is.
.
Aaron.
(Gordon) Aaron.
Interesting.
He lacks the experience in the kitchen.
Aaron, Genaro, step forward, please.
Hurry up.
- Genaro.
- Yes, Chef.
Watching you standing behind the line tonight, it was almost like you were out of it.
- Are you tired? Are you fatigued? - No, Chef.
- Undernourished? - No, Chef.
- Do you have any passion? - Yes, I do, Chef.
I do.
I want to be here.
I have the fight in me.
Johnny, why are you shaking your head? I can't believe he's saying that he wants to fight back.
I mean, he's laid down like a dead dog.
Is that true, Genaro? Which part, Chef? [laughs] Oh, my God.
Why do you think you should stay in Hell's Kitchen? I believe I should stay in Hell's Kitchen, because even though I made mistakes, I'm willing to learn from them.
[both scoff] This is not [bleep] culinary school, guys.
- Aaron.
- Yes, Chef? You look like you were scared tonight.
Are you scared of the stove? No, Chef, I am not scared of the stove.
And then you drenched a salad.
That's a basic skill for me.
- Aaron.
- Yes, Chef? Why do you think you should stay in Hell's Kitchen? I feel that I will definitely learn from my mistakes, and I will make myself better.
Whilst I appreciate you getting up to speed and learning, but there must be a base that you've got before you walk in the doors.
Tough call.
[tense music] My decision is Aaron, wake up.
Genaro, give me your jacket.
- Good night.
- Thank you for the opportunity, Chef.
(Genaro) I'm extremely disappointed that I'm going home right now.
I have a lot of passion and fight in me.
Sadly, my teammates didn't see that.
I know I'm a good cook.
My fiancée knows I'm a great chef.
And, um, I tried, you know? That's all we can ever do.
I'm a winner in my eyes.
You, back in line.
Yes, Chef.
Every time we open the doors of Hell's Kitchen, you need to cook with passion, and you need to bounce back when you make a mistake.
(all) Yes, Chef.
Now piss off.
(all) Yes, Chef.
Whoo-hoo! I dodged a bullet.
So I have a lot to prove.
I'm gonna fight like I've never fought before.
Whatever it takes, no matter what.
Suck it, Blue Team, because the girls are here to take this competition.
We're all gonna be in black jackets at the end of the day.
(Andrew) Two eliminations in a row the Blue Team's in a rut.
I don't know how we get over this hump.
But we need to figure it out real quick.
[dramatic music] (Gordon) When a chef shows me he has no passion, I show him the door.
Good-bye, Genaro.
(narrator) Next time on "Hell's Kitchen" I ain't [bleep] scared of you.
Don't think I don't hear that [bleep] you spitting, bitch.
(narrator) When tempers flare in the dorms Don't come at me, starting that [bleep] now.
- Whatever.
- Yeah, whatever.
Whatever.
[bleep] you.
Bitch.
[bleep] you! (narrator) Will it be too much for some chefs to handle? [bleep] this whole competition.
I'm packing my [bleep], and I'm out this [bleep]! And will Chef Ramsay even care? If you feel that you aren't good enough, I'm not gonna force you to stay.
- (narrator) All next time - I don't need you to tell me! Are you [bleep] kidding me? - (narrator) On a destructive - Come on!