After the elimination ceremony, Brian really feels like it was near-death experience and pledges to refocus and get serious. Meanwhile, on Red, now with one-hundred percent less Roshni, seems to be splintering somewhat. This could be due to the fact that they are all terrible people who hate each other.
The next morning, Ramsay tells the gathered chefs that they’re focusing on Mexican food today, which is the first time they’ve done so. Really? Racists.
Chef Scott carries in a multicolored pi�ata donkey, and Robyn makes a joke about wanting to take a shot at Scott’s ass. Wait, I thought she was gay? Or was someone just implying that, for homophobic-insult purposes?
Anyway, the pi�ata is filled with balls, each of which has an ingredient on them. They’ll have ninety seconds to grab 25 balls for ingredients for five dishes. Ramsay whacks the pi�ata but the balls aren’t in there (to be fair, Ramsay technically didn’t say they were) but come dropping down from the ceiling. Ramsay laughs maniacally while the chefs get to say things like, “I got down on my knees and I grabbed whatever balls were in front of me” and “There were balls literally everywhere.”