Previously: Chefs were chosen and talked a big game. It was "the best signature dish tasting ever". Giovanni was mean to Seth. Coi was mean to Lacey. Both of them kind of deserved it. Colleen messed up, and Wil was on Planet Cuckoo. Carol made her customers happy by giving them free wine; Giovanni did not. Seth and Wil were nominated, and Wil got sent home. Good bye, Wil, we hardly knew ye. I mean it. In a couple weeks, I'll be staring at you in the credits wondering who the heck you are.
As the chefs walk back to the dorms, J interviews that "J is upset that he has to spend another day with Seth". Oh, really? Third person? It's going to be like that, is it? Look, J, I like you. Your name is only one letter long, which means it's easy to type. But don't push me. The other men also don't seem happy about Seth being here. In contrast, Coi apologizes to Lacey for going off on her in the last episode. Then she and LA berate her some more, telling her that she has to do a better job. Lacey seems to think her lack of line experience is an acceptable excuse, but they don't seem to be buying it.
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