Finally, he said to his team that they all have to perform the service of their lives, before shaking Jen's hand and wishing her good luck. The next morning, when both teams were lined up, Ramsay introduced the Relay Challenge, which would test the chefs' communication and timing. He also said he really enjoyed the ravioli, saying it was wonderful. During the judging, Petrozza was the first person to have his dish judged by Ramsay, who praised the seasoning and the perfect cooking of the lobster, and deemed the dish delicious. - Official Hell's Kitchen t-shirthttps://amzn.to/2SUlRZZOfficial Red Hell's Kitchen logo t-shirthttps://amzn.to/2SUm7bpIt’s Raw! The blue team lost the challenge to Jen's pizza, and were punished by prepping all the pizzas for that night's dinner service, in both kitchens. The next morning, the remaining chefs lined up in the dining room, where Ramsay introduced the 80 Portions Pregnant Women Challenge, where each chef had one hour to cook 80 portions of one dish to serve to 80 pregnant women and their unborn babies. During prep, he learned that his booths were not there yet, so he jokingly suggested Bobby could land a hand. Each kitchen would serve 13 tables and 50 diners. NEW!! At one point, Ramsay schooled him about the disorganization of his station, stating there was a lot of crap on top of each other. He enjoyed that compliment and said that it meant as much to him as a win. When the pregnant women arrived, he was charming the customers, acting a little bit like a salesman, and revealing he was a father himself, and moments later, he declared he could see the light at the end of the tunnel when he almost finished serving his plates. The blue team was punished by being the Hell's Kitchen maintenance crew, spending all day taking care of the restaurant, cleaning the red carpets as well. When the chefs were lined up, Ramsay reminded Petrozza that he was careless on the hot plate without being bad, and asked each chef to nominate one person for elimination. He lost the challenge to Christina and was punished by cleaning the restaurant, including emptying the fryers, scrubbing the floors and cleaning the ovens. The next morning, he and Christina understood how much that day was important as it was his last day in Hell's Kitchen. Then, Ramsay asked both of them to pack their bags as they would go to New York City on-the-spot. When he called the following ticket, Jen revealed they were out of cheese for the salad, discouraging him and saying it was a nightmare. Then, he told Jen to stay with him and focus, while adding that he would kick out her if she would give attitude during service. Minutes later, he served appetizers to more than half of his customers. His quality control paid off as his customers were satisfied with their appetizers. Many entrées came out of the blue kitchen because of that. At one point, he brought Jen's John Dory to the pass, but he brought it too early. That episode began exactly at the point where the previous one left off. On the patio, he got to work on his menu, but he declared it was hard for him despite having made menus all his life, and said to Christina that he would go to bed, before both of them congratulated each other. Then, Ramsay introduced the annual Blind Taste Test. But, he eventually got some ideas, and even proposed to put a lot of flower arrangements all over his dining room. When they moved on to the glass polishing, he said his shoulder was sore because of the way he was wiping the glasses, and then, Jean-Philippe came over and spotted some dirty spots that were still on the glasses, so he said he would do all of them one more time, much to his dismay. Ramsay told him to wake up, and he continued to send appetizers out. He declared he was trusting Janavs but did not want to be scrambling at the last minute either. Hell's Kitchen features 12–20 chefs, selected from the thousands that apply each season, competing in various cooking challenges and working in the kitchen of a Hollywood soundstage turned into a fancy restaurant. Placement He is also the first former finalist to pass away. When Petrozza had to pick either Matt or Jen, he stated that Matt was a lunatic and that Jen could be a bitch. Petrozza named Louross as his first nominee, and Jen as his second. When all the contestants got back to the dorms, Ramsay called them on the microphone, ordering to get down so they could clean their kitchens. Back in the dorms, Petrozza congratulated Matt for the great compliment he received from Ramsay, and during deliberation, Ben tried to convince him to nominate Louross. During the punishment, Petrozza was tired and exhausted as every part of his body were aching, after taking many deliveries. Jen revealed she got enough for only four orders, but five were needed. Culinary Institute of America Petrozza was not nominated for elimination, and after Matt left, he revealed he was happy to see him go and hoping he would be in a different state while locking the door behind.. It's been good. However, the blue team lost, but because he led the team to a strong start on appetizers despite being such a mess during service, he was named "Best of the Worst" and was asked to nominate two of his teammates for elimination. During the challenge, Petrozza was tasked to roll the dough inside the machine to make it to the correct thickness. When the fourth judge said his risotto was not fitting well with his filet mignon, he questioned his judgement by saying he could change the way a risotto is being made. Then, Sous Chef Scott sent his first quality control test with a risotto without peas in it. When he asked them to stop, Jen sarcastically said there was love in the air, but he understood the joke and continued by saying it was incredible how much love was there. ", "I already feel like a winner, I already feel like a winner. 30 minutes before service, Petrozza's booths finally arrived, and Ramsay said his dining room was rustic and nice, and that he was comfortable sitting at a table. Louis Petrozza was a chef and the runner-up on the fourth season of the Fox reality cooking show Hell's Kitchen. Upstairs - hey! Ramsay pulled him aside to say he need to control Jen as she was sabotaging her service, so he regrouped her and told to just cook the food, which Ramsay thanked him for.