Gordon visits the Fish & Anchor, a restaurant and bar near Lampeter in rural West Wales, owned and run by ex-boxer Mike and his wife Caron.
Gordon grapples with girl power when he takes on Morgan's, an intimate family-run restaurant in the heart of WAG territory near Liverpool.
Gordon heads for Spain, where Laurence's up-market restaurant amid the Costa del Sol's caffs is, simply, a shambles.
The venue is The Glass House in Ambleside, where Ramsay finds owner Neil Farrell close to tears as another Saturday night turns into a nightmare.
Ramsay visits Moore Place in Esher where joint owners Nick Whitehouse and Richard Hodgson are trying to create a profitable business.
Ruby Tates in Brighton is owned and run by ex-actor Allan Love. It's an oyster bar and seafood restaurant but Allan's never tasted the food because he hates fish. Can Gordon help?
Gordon takes on The Priory, a 100-seater carvery in Haywards Heath, Sussex. It's owned by ex-IT consultant Scott and located in a beautiful former convent, but is in desperate need of help.
The Curry Lounge is in Nottingham, the city with more restaurants per square mile than any other in Britain. Enter Gordon, relishing the prospect of tackling an Indian restaurant for the first time.
Gordon Ramsay revisits a number of restaurants that were once on the verge of disaster. Have these restaurants managed to pull themselves out of their nightmares and into money-making dreams?
The venue for this programme is La Riviera, a fine dining restaurant in Inverness. It boasts a top chef and wonderful staff, but the locals aren't biting and the restaurant is empty.