S20, EP16 "Two Young Guns Shoot It Out"
The final two chefs compete, after which the last chef standing wins the grand prize.
S20, EP15 "What the Hell"
The three remaining chefs must cook a five-course dinner service.
S20, EP14 "Hell Hath No Fury..."
A clash of egos causes tensions to run high; during a dinner service filled with sabotage, the chefs struggle to prove they have what it takes.
S20, EP13 "Social Media in Hell"
The chefs must create visually stunning dishes to impress chef Ramsay's Instagram followers.
S20, EP12 "All Hell Breaks Loose"
The competition is taken to a new level when the chefs have to prove they are worthy of a legendary black jacket; while some chefs quickly make the cut, others struggle to prove they have what it takes.
S20, EP5 "Young Guns: Stirring the Pot"
After a big shakeup during the last elimination, both teams must work together to decipher recipes written in emojis; one team has its best dinner service performance yet, while the other team struggles to find its groove.
S20, EP4 "Young Guns: Young Guns Going Big"
The chefs must make brunch for 60 hungry Caesars Palace employees, fresh off the night shift; one chef takes the fall during the use of a punishment pass, earning the respect of both teams; dinner service leads some chefs to crack under the pressure.
S20, EP3 "Young Guns: Come Hell or High Water!"
The chefs must replicate the very first challenge in "Hell's Kitchen" history: breaking down squid perfectly for chef Ramsay; Gordon discovers the blue team has served up raw chicken during dinner service.
S20, EP2 "Young Guns: Temping the Meat"
Both teams are put to the test as they take on their first dinner service preparing dinner for boxing legend Mike Tyson and racecar driver Kurt Busch.
S20, EP1 "Young Guns: Young Guns Come Out Shooting"
Eighteen aspiring chefs from across the country, 23 years old or younger, begin the competition.