The women served the bride's family, the men served the groom's family, and both did the wedding party's table. The teams were named joint-losers. However Jason served raw fried chicken twice, forcing Anton and Gabriel to help him, and Scott, despite cooking meat perfectly, didn't communicate to Richard and Gabriel on garnish when he was going to walk up to the pass, which put both of them behind. Despite this, both Scott and Jason managed to recover and successfully serve entrées. With the teams at a 9—9 tie, DeMarco, Gabriel, and Mike, whom struggled, finally submitted a dish, but it was rejected, allowing the women to pass with their tenth dish and win their third challenge. The team finished service, but Ramsay was far from pleased and had the chefs nominate one chef for elimination.
The women picked carrots and made stock. Team change: The men nominated Anton and Scott. Scott gave a victory speech and thanked people for supporting him. Guests in attendance were , and. He then tasked them with coming up with two nominees for elimination, specifically stating to choose the people that were making it difficult to coordinate properly.
On entrées, Anton overcooked halibut and blamed Scott for it due to the latter confusing him, causing Ramsey to march the entire blue team into the store room and tell them to sort out their differences. He couldn't cook fish or any other dish, so I told him to take a hike. But as Ramsay went to announce his decision, Simone immediately volunteered to leave the competition, marking the third voluntary exit at elimination after Ji from and Joseph from. Meanwhile, be sure to in the event you want to get some other insight when it comes to MasterChef Junior now. Under her influence, Shen Yong changes his wayward ways to make a name for himself in this heartwarming and comedic story. Melanie scored over Anton on the shoulder, Rochelle scored over Richard on loin, Gabriel scored over Joy on ribs and Jason scored over Sandra on the belly. However, Ramsay overruled and eliminated Nicole, feeling her negative attitude and lack of passion, cooking ability, fight back and leadership outweighed the mistakes made by the four nominees.
It was time to let the air out of that balloon. However, thanks to Jason, the men finished service. Elimination: Beth and Sandra were nominated. This caused Ramsey to march both of them into the storeroom where he told them to sort out their differences. Jason got drunk during the reward, and in addition to arriving late to prep, was very sluggish in helping out.
The pairs for the blue team are Jason and Scott, Ralph and Richard, Chris and Anton, and DeMarco Gabriel and Mike, since the blue has an extra member. They were sent up to the balcony and this, in turn, meant that the entirety of the red team in trouble. Service: 24 charity members were guests for service including ambassador , who served as the host for this special event. Service: Both teams struggled on pizzas during family night. In the red kitchen, Joy, Nicole and Sandra struggled to work together and argued over a lack of communication, causing Ramsay to kick them out. Lastly, Melanie and Sandra scored 3, but Anton and Richard scored 7, giving the men a 15—12 win; Bev and Kashia's pizza would have also scored 7.
The women had a decent service, with the only problems being Joy initially not knowing she had to cook the buns for the sliders and Kaisha serving cold garnish and then forgetting the garnish for the chicken. Melanie also spoke very quickly and had a hard time maintaining attention, and was also urged to take control. The Pioneer Press is partnering with St. Luckily, Anton was able to get extra scallops from the blue kitchen, due to them not having done a scallops course, which allowed Melanie to successfully cook the scallop dish. Every few minutes, a new dome became available, but sharing ingredients was banned; they had 30 minutes to make their dishes, judged by chef Michael Cimarusti. Additionally, Kashia mistakenly cooked one lobster tail instead of two and accused Scott and Joy of not communicating properly to her, despite the fact that they had told her to cook two lobster tail. Rochelle also served scallops with no color, but managed to recover, and after that the women were able to successfully complete service as well as successfully serve Ramsey's family in the dining room.
But when it comes to cooking, he comes up a little short. Ramsay eliminated Kashia for her volatile attitude during service and poor performance on fish, but praised her for her effort. Despite that, both teams got their menus approved and then had to prep for service that night. Ramsay named both teams losers. We may share your information with our advertising and analytic partners.
First, though, the chefs have to participate in a quickfire challenge to create an amuse bouche, or small first course, in 20 minutes. Lastly, Scott surprised Ramsay by presenting a completed ravioli dish and scored over Kashia on pork cheek, giving the men a 3—2 win and their third challenge win. Kashia struggled leading the tortellini course due to failing to notice that the tortellini was undercooked, and then blaming Melanie and Anton for it, which completely held up the kitchen. Joy received a burning picture scene, but it is unknown whether her jacket was hung even though she threw it off. This forced the blue team to serve only one lamb chop per guest. Service: Appetizers ran okay, but Scott had to restart the risotto on the final table after overcooking it and didn't respond to Ramsey when asked what happened, who accused him of trying to hide his mistakes.
However, after serving raw salmon, Ramsay eliminated Gabriel, making him the sixth contestant in Hell's Kitchen history to be eliminated during service, and the first since Nilka in season 7. After each of them plead their case, Ramsey eliminated Ralph for his problems with the fish and chips and refusing to take responsibility for his mistakes he attempted to blame his problems that night on the lack of communication in the kitchen , saying he was not ready to be a head chef. Later, the wannabe chefs are tasked with re-creating one of Graham Elliot's signature dishes that he served to President Obama at his flagship restaurant. Season 3, Episode 20 September 10, 2012 Season 3, Episode 20 September 10, 2012 Conclusion. Both teams got to the final ticket, but the women finished first due to Gabriel and Richard's slow performance on scrambled eggs, giving them the win and the men their fifth consecutive service loss. We do get that there is some good drama that comes out of watching the various highs and lows of a challenge like this.