Elimination: The men nominated DeMarco and Gabriel while the women nominated Beth and Simone. Contestants That season marked the second time ever that 20 contestants competed, and is tied with for the most contestants competing. Both teams were kicked out when both Gabriel and Kashia overcooked scallops. The blue team had a strong service thanks to Melanie on appetizers and Gabriel on garnish, with the only problems being Jason briefly falling behind on cooking lobster tails and Rochelle serving undercooked chicken then struggling to remember tickets, but both rebounded as Gabriel quickly reorganized the team. Service: 24 charity members were guests for service including ambassador , who served as the host for this special event.
Team change: Ramsay then asked the red team for one volunteer to go to the blue team after the elimination aside from Anton or Scott, which was Melanie. Lastly, Joy and Jason both led well and got the beignet courses out with no problems. It was time to let the air out of that balloon. Archived from on March 14, 2014. 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. Despite that, both teams got their menus approved and then had to prep for service that night.
Elimination: The men considered nominating Chris and Scott for their problems with the pizza and Ralph for his problem on the meat station as well as trying to claim that he didn't have anything returned to him. The along with and Keran Giovanni were also guests for this service. The women did well under Kashia's leadership, while the men wasted over ten minutes deliberating, barely finishing on time. Ralph had trouble keeping up on the fish station due to Anton and Gabriel's lack of communication and undercooked fish and chips. Anton then overcooked the wellingtons, blaming the oven for his problems, and argued with Chef Andi, causing Ramsay to send him to the storeroom and tell him to bounce back. Service: Comic book legend was a guest at the chef's table. Jessica did not receive a comment or a coat-hanging and picture-burning sequence, but her hung jacket and burned picture was seen next to Ralph's.
Instead of sending Gabriel upstairs like the rest, Ramsay sends him through the front entrance, shocking the blue team and the customers. Get a look at what goes on behind the scenes on Hell's Kitchen! But when it comes to cooking, he comes up a little short. Ramsay called Simone, Mike and DeMarco forward, had them remove their jackets and gave them ten seconds to plead their cases. The others had to move furniture not being used out of the dorms and prep the kitchen for dinner service. On entrées, Sandra failed to properly communicate with Joy on garnish and Melanie on meat, and despite acknowledging from Melanie not to walk with her salmon yet due to the latter's meat not being ready , Sandra still brought it up when asked how long by Ramsey. On entrées, Rochelle had trouble slicing chicken, forcing Ramsay to help her, while Kashia failed to communicate with the rest of the kitchen and then proceeded to serve raw salmon.
Lastly, Scott's potato souffle scored 4, but Joy's pierogi scored 5, giving the women an 18—16 victory. For personal and non-commercial use only. The chefs were then given 30 minutes to make a dish using leftovers from the Hell's Kitchen fridge, which would be judged on taste and presentation by Ramsay and magazine food editor Laurie Buckle. Each team then picked five dishes for Ramsay to rate from 1—5. For the puree, Jason and Scott chose watercress, Melanie chose arugula and Rochelle chose parsley. On entrées, Anton undercooked chicken, but when Scott sliced it and served it, Ramsay scolded the latter for not noticing that it was raw.
The men scored on chicken, but the women won 2—1 by scoring on seafood and beef. Service: Ramsay announced this service will host steak night. The teams were divided by gender at the beginning, male contestants in the blue team, and female contestants in the red team. Gabriel struggled cooking the chicken and gave Ramsay and the rest of the kitchen inconsistent timings on when it would be ready, leading some tables to walk out. Anton did well on appetizers, but Chris undercooked fillets.
Service: Both teams struggled on pizzas during family night. Ramsay praised Jason and Scott and announced the results were very close. Anton and Joy did well on appetizers, but both teams struggled on fish; Jessica and Simone were kicked out after serving raw scallops and salmon, Chris served halibut with no crust while Mike struggled to communicate with him, and DeMarco, who returned mid-service, poorly sliced chicken. She then lashed out at Jason and Rochelle when they asked her for times on the refire, and maintained a volatile attitude towards the rest of her team, causing Ramsay to send Scott to help her. Service: Each chef took a turn running the pass, while also having to spot acts of sabotage Ramsay and sous chef James set up.
Team change: The men nominated Anton and Scott. . Service: Mike and Sandra served tableside oysters, but Mike inadvertently served a couple of red tables. Before sending the chefs back, Ramsay gave DeMarco and Mike back their jackets. Archived from on July 29, 2014. Kashia scored over Ralph on New York strip, Rochelle scored over Richard on lobster, Jason scored over Joy on sea bass, both Gabriel and Melanie scored on chicken and Anton scored over Jessica on ahi tuna.