The remaining chefs file out of the dining room after elimination. The group is worried about Jen's attitude. The chefs are all on the same page when it comes to getting Jen out of Hell's Kitchen.
The next morning, Chef Ramsay shows them how to prepare lobster spaghetti. They watch intently, knowing there may be a test on it. Ramsay tells them that they will host a cooking school, and each chef will have one student. The student that prepares the best dish will win the challenge for their chef-teacher. Ramsay invites the students in. They are several glamorous housewives. Petrozza blushes. Ramsay tells the chefs they have 45 minutes to teach their students how to recreate the lobster spaghetti.
The chefs cannot help cook. The housewives do their best, and some chefs just watch in horror. Corey thinks her student is tough and her chances are good. Jen gets caught a few times helping her student.
The chefs and their students line up before Ramsay in the dining room. Chef Ramsay moves down the line, tasting each student's dish. Christina and Corey's students receive good reviews, and Jen's student fails. Chef awards the win to Christina. The losers will have to scrub Hell's Kitchen. Christina will get a special lunch with Chef Ramsay.
Christina cooks alongside two of Los Angeles' most famous chefs: Mark Peel from Campanile and Benjamin Ford from Ford's Filling Station. Jen uses the guise of cleaning the kitchen to eavesdrop on Christina's conversations.
During prep that night, Christina's new confidence begins to get on everyone's nerves. Chef Ramsay enters and tells them that there will be a table tonight with twelve settings. Every chef must give it their all tonight.
Jean-Phillipe delivers the first orders of the night. Christina brings one spaghetti to the window, but Ramsay needed two. She recovers and takes control of the station. Appetizers are flying out of the kitchen. Bobby however, is flailing in the entrée station.
Jen lands in Chef's crosshairs. Jean-Phillipe hears about Jen's errors and tells the wait staff to push the meat. Maybe the meat wasn't a good choice either as Bobby continues to screw up his station.
Chef Ramsay shouts at Jen about delivering an entrée too early, and Jen being Jen, fights back. She tries not to, but can't help herself. Chef turns all his focus on her.
The kitchen is finally getting their act together and working. However, the party at the twelve-top has arrived. The order comes up and Chef shifts the help in the kitchen. Corey and Christina pair up in order to impress Ramsay. Christina and Corey get the appetizers out with no problem. Then Christina and Corey move to desserts.
Petrozza, Bobby and Jen start the main dishes for the twelve-top. Jen delivers a raw fish, and Ramsay sends it back. The entrée group begins to fail, but with some solid communication, they get the train back on track. The desserts get delivered and the team is able to finish dinner service.
After dinner, the chefs line up in the kitchen. Ramsay again complains that the team is not working together. He tells the group that Christina was tonight's "best of the worst," and it's her call to pick two people for elimination.
Back in the dorms, Christina begins to talk to the other chefs and tries to select her two. They all agree that Jen is not a team player.
The chefs return to the dining room for elimination. Christina nominates Jen because of her poor attitude, and Bobby based on his inconsistent performance during that night's service. Jen argues that she will keep giving 100%, but Chef doesn't believe she will. Bobby defends that he was indeed terrible during service, and Chef agrees. Yet Bobby knows he kept his cool. Ramsay turns it back on Christina, who says Jen should go.
Chef Ramsay eliminates Bobby. Bobby hangs up his jacket and goes home.
Chef tells the remaining four that there are no favorites among them, and they all need to continue to step up their game in the kitchen.