After Charlie got sent home (last episode, remember?), Seth gloats in an interview that he's still here. And remember last episode, when all the women piled on Lacey for not going home? That's what happens to Seth here. Giovanni goes to some effort to express to Seth that he doesn't care for him. This appears to be because Seth openly nominated Giovanni because he wanted to get rid of the stronger chefs. Seth mocks Giovanni a little, saying, "I know, you're a three-star Michelin already. Dude, cooking steaks. Wow." I enjoy that, because it shows that Seth really has read Gordon Ramsay's books. The man is obsessed with Michelin stars.
Then, for no apparent reason, Robert does a Chef Ramsay impersonation. It's mostly based on physical movements and hand gestures, which are accurately observed. The accent's not very good, though. Still, I enjoy the change of pace.
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