As usual following an elimination, there is talk of someone being thrown under the bus. Robyn is outraged that a teammate who they put up for elimination (albeit one who volunteered, but make not mistake, the team would have marched her up there) would then express a difference of opinion as to who the worst chef is. Robyn goes off in a rant while the rest of them would rather just sit and smoke and soak their feet in the hot tub. Everyone’s too tired to engage her, and she eventually burns her anger out.
The next day, Robyn’s up and prepping the kitchen at quarter to six while passive-aggressively stomping around and rattling plates to wake people up. When sleepy teammates stumble down to the kitchen, bleary-eyed, to call her on her ****, she self-righteously explains that she wants everyone to remember why they’re here. They’re here to beat you for head chef at Ramsay’s Vegas steakhouse, Barbie.
Tiffany starts screaming and stomping around and yelling about choking out Barbie instead of looking for a bra to put on, because damn. Before any actual choking-out can happen — with Tiffany doing the thing where someone pretends to come at you and pretends to be blocked by someone in the way — Ramsay calls the kitchen and orders everyone downstairs in their jackets.
Outside the kitchen, he motions for them to be quiet, and then brings them into Hell’s Kitchen, which is festooned in flags and bunting with people singing “America the Beautiful” and a judge presiding over a fake citizenship ceremony that everyone dutifully claps for. Guy in particular is moved, because he just got his American citizenship four months ago, so he knows how hard it is to get.