Because of his great passion, Milly became a strong link in the blue team very soon. He was also very emotional, even questioning if he was experienced enough to be on the show. On season 17, he came in with the same drive, and exhibited more confidence in his abilities, slowly showing his skills as a leader. Also, he was not afraid to call out some of his teammates for fundamental mistakes.
Season 14 Edit
When the chefs arrived at Hell's Kitchen, the doors were locked, and they noticed that Ramsay was on the roof. Then, Ramsay said that in order to see if the chefs were 100% committed, they would jump onto an air mattress from the roof. While Milly was more eager to jump off after seeing Enrique and Ruth doing it, Ramsay revealed that it was not necessary as those two were actually stunt people, and asked the chefs to cook their signature dishes.
During the Signature Dish Challenge, Milly compared the blue team’s momentum like racecar driving, and said that he was there to win. He was the fifth person from the blue team to have his dish judged by Ramsay, and went up against Meghan. Before tasting his dish, Ramsay took notice of his long beard, and asked if it ever caught on fire, which he said that it did not. He made a seafood macaroni and cheese, Ramsay praised if for tasting good, and he scored three points. The blue team won the challenge 31-28, and they were rewarded with a Hummer limousine ride to Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach to meet William Shatner, and had a picture taken with him and Billy Sherwood. Before meeting Shatner, he hoped that the celebrity would be Willie Nelson.
During dinner service, Milly was on the meat station with Bret. At one point, he told Cameron to get his shit together quickly after the latter sent up a poor risotto. Later, he sent up lamb that he thought was good to serve, but Ramsay told them that it was raw. Fortunately, his second attempt was accepted, and the blue team eventually won the service.
During the Crabs Challenge, Milly was on a boat with Nick, Cameron, Adam, and Brendan during part one, and was seen collecting five crabs. During part two, he was in a trio with Adam and Nick, revealed that he was making the crab cakes while his teammates picked the crabs, and they were seen getting two of their attempts accepted. While he felt like $100 after the first one got accepted, he soon got concerned when he saw Michelle and T perform well. The blue team lost the challenge 7-10, and they were punished by prepping shrimp, clams, and lobster for a seafood special during the next service.
During prep, Milly wanted to win service, and promised Michael that he would have his back. During dinner service, he was on the appetizer station with Michael. He knew that appetizers had to be fast, communicated with Brendan and Cameron on fish, and knew that the latter did not flip the scallops. When Cameron was struggling on the refire, he accused him of being afraid of the food. Later, he was reassigned to fish along with Bret, but their efforts were not enough as Ramsay kicked the blue team out of the kitchen.
The blue team lost the service, and were asked to nominate two people for elimination. During deliberation, Milly argued that Michael was on point the entire night, before nominating Cameron and Brendan for their poor performances on fish.
He was not nominated for elimination.
During the Alaskan Fish Challenge, Milly was paired with Adam, and they were seen getting their halibut pieces accepted. During the cooking, he let Adam borrow some of his rice. They were the final pair from the blue team to have their dishes judged, and they went up against Michelle and Alison. He made a halibut fron cheese with bell pepper rice, but this was not judged as he and Adam got disqualified for sharing ingredients. The blue team lost the challenge 1-3,and they were punished by taking part in seafood Delivery day, prep the fish for the following service, and eat a peanut butter and jellyfish sandwich. During the punishment, he complained about how much worked that needed to be done, before admitting that it was the price for losing the challenge. Later, he was seen burping a lot after eating his sandwich.
During dinner service, Milly served a snapper entrée tableside. He was not seen much, except for doing the flatbreads instead of Michael. Both teams were named joint-losers, and were asked to nominate two people each.
He was not nominated for elimination.
During the American Classics Challenge, Milly was pared with Josh on the macaroni and cheese, and his dish was not chosen for judging. The blue team lost the challenge after a tie breaker at 4, and they were punished by taking in deliveries of 500 pounds of onions, and prep them for the next service. During the punishment, he told the men to breathe in the onion fumes as they cut them so they would not cry, and voiced out that everybody was pissed about losing the challenge.
During the Family Night dinner service, Milly was on the fish station with Nick. He was not seen much, except for walking his salmon up slowly, and despite Ramsay comparing him to a corpse, he argued that he was six feet tall. The blue team eventually won the service.
During the International Cheese Challenge, Milly revealed that he did not like cheese, even saying that he was not putting it on his cheese steak sandwich. He went up against Meghan from the red team, and their dish was enchiladas. During the cooking, he received instructions from Adam on how to make an enchilada as he never ate one before, and even asked Brendan to taste his dish to see if it was good to go. He was the second person from the blue team to have his dish judged by Ramsay, and presented his enchilada with chorizo pepper with cheddar cheese and case of fresco. Despite Ramsay praising the dish for its crispiness, he lost that round to Meghan. After, Ramsay told him that he went up against some stiff competition, and he was upset that he let his team down despite Ramsay liking the dish. The blue team lost the challenge 4-5, and were punished by taking in a giant wheel of Parmesan cheese, breaking it down, and grating it for the following service. He remarked that he lost to Meghan twice now, and teared up that he has never had the opportunity to cook a lot of different cuisines before.
During dinner service, Milly was on the garnish station. He was not seen much, except declaring that Brendan could not burn after the latter forgot a lamb order, and the blue team won the service.
When Milly saw the firefighter ride up on motorcycles, he was excited that they would be serving lunch to bikers as he was a big Harley fan. During the Firefighter Service Challenge, he was on the chicken station. At one point, despite Nick’s concern that his chicken was raw, he was confident in his dish. However, Ramsay saw that the chicken was raw after slicing it, he got berated for not even checking them before putting them on the bun, and Brendan asked how he could screw that up. Then, Ramsay threatened the men with automatic elimination if one more person sent up raw chicken, before urging them to bounce back. Later, he had Nick check on his chicken refire, and despite the latter and Josh being concerned that it was not cooked properly, it was deemed acceptable, and he decided to stop second-guessing himself. The blue team won the challenge, and they were rewarded with a tour at the Malibu vineyard which included a safari tour, and dinner.
During dinner service, Milly was on the dessert station. At one point, he accused Brendan of not being able to produce what he knew about food after the latter sent up raw salmon. Later, he got annoyed by Brendan's raw halibut, and after the latter and Nick got kicked out of the kitchen, he was reassigned to the fish station.
The blue team lost the service, and were asked to nominate two people for elimination. During deliberation, Milly declared that the men sucked that night, and that they deserved to lose to the red team. Then, while he pointed out that Nick never took responsibility for the fish station’s failures, he told Brendan that he reminded him of people that were more successful than him, but could not get on the line and burn. Then, he went on a rant about it as Adam tried to calm him down, with him telling Brendan that he should go back to the kitchen line, but the latter felt that he was directing all of his pent up anger from the past that was not his fault.
Milly was not nominated for elimination, and when going back to the dorms, he believed that with all the weak chefs on the blue team gone, there were no more excuses from that moment on.
Back in the dorms, Milly wondered where Josh was when the others were eating dinner.
During the Greek Cuisine Challenge, Milly decided to go up against Meghan as she has been the strongest on the red team so far, they have competed against each other twice, and he wanted to beat the best in order to become the best. Their dish was squid, and he got concerned about them breaking plates for their ingredients, especially when there was a lot of high energy. He was the third person from the blue team to have his dish judged, and presented his squid with sweet potato. It was criticized for just missing the mark, he received six points, and while he got annoyed that he lost to Meghan for a third time, he warned her that he would be coming for her. The blue team eventually won the challenge 41-40, and they were rewarded with a go-karting experience at K-1 Speed, hosted by Miss California USA 2013 Maybelynn Capeluj.
During prep, Ramsay pulled Milly to the pantry room, and told him that he did not want him to get down when he losses a challenge. Then, he tearfully told Ramsay that he may need more experience, but Ramsay told him to stop underestimating himself as he could cook, produce good food, and just needed to believe in himself more. The pep talk helped him realize that he needed to stop wallowing in the past, focus on the future, and got determined not to let him or Ramsay down.
During dinner service, Milly was on the meat station. At one point, he was seen being joyful when the blue team was pushing out appetizers. Later, he accused Randy of putting the cream in the mashed potatoes after the latter caused a minor argument between the blue team over it. On their second ticket, he sliced a Wellington incorrectly, but decided to send it up regardless. However, Ramsay saw the imperfect Wellington, showed the men the pieces that he compared to doorsteps, and Adam said that he should have known better than to send up a noticeable mistake. However, he argued that he did not know the Wellington’s would have been rejected for being cut wrong, and revealed that he had another one ready to go. When the blue team was ordered to go into the red kitchen, he compared taking over said kitchen like the invasion of Normandy. The blue team won the service.
During the Alcohol Challenge, Milly's dish was not chosen to be judged, the blue team won the challenge 31-30, and they were rewarded with a trip to the Moonlight Rollerway for a roller skate experience, and lunch at the Golden Road Brewery.
Before service, Milly and Josh brought Bret back to the dorms after the latter hurt his back, said that the latter was the strongest chef on the blue team, and told him to take his time as they would back him up regardless. During the Gastropud Night dinner service, he served an appetizer of beer-steamed razor clams tableside. At one point, he believed that Randy did not have it when the latter was struggling on the fish and chips. The blue team lost the service, and were asked to nominate two people for elimination. During deliberation, he considered Adam and Randy for elimination as they were the ones that sunk service for them.
Milly was not nominated for elimination, and after elimination, he said that they lost two of the blue teams strongest competitors, that they were down to a four-man team, and knew that he had to step it up as he was the strongest of the four.
While going back to the dorms, Milly noticed that the blue team was not in a good situation as they lost two of their strongest chefs, and that he would love to trade Randy and Josh for Bret and Adam.
During the Exotic Protein Challenge, Milly picked alligator as his dish, went up against T, and he revealed that he watched Crocodile Hunter a million times, before saying that he wanted to make it tasty. He was the third person from the blue team to have his dish judged, and presented his blacken alligator with grits. It was criticized for lacking salt despite being in the right direction, and he scored 9 points. The blue team won the challenge 34-33, with him happy that Randy pulled out a win with an ostrich burger, and they were rewarded with a day at the Lounge Spa. During the reward, he felt that Randy was not relaxing at all, and told the latter to chill out as it was the time to.
During the Progress Reports, Milly was the seventh person to be called down to Ramsay's office. Ramsay remarked how emotional he got over food, and he explained that food was his first love connection he ever had, and that he never got it from any other human being. While Ramsay praised him for being one of the most passionate chefs he had ever seen, he told him that he was too quiet, and needed him to step up as a leader. He was not deemed the weakest chef on the blue team by his teammates, and therefore did not compete in the Cook For Your Life Challenge.
During the challenge, Milly's confidence rose after Randy's lobster risotto received praise. But later, he got confused on what would happen as Randy and Christine made mistakes during the challenge. While being dismissed, he knew that it was time to get perfect as even the minor mistakes could get them in trouble, and wanted to lead the blue team to more victories.
Before the Homecoming Planning Challenge, Milly was wondering what the noise was from the dinning room, and when it was revealed that it was a pep rally, he was impressed by how big it was, and remarked that he could feel the energy in the room. He was the first person from the blue team to have his dish judged, he went up agianst the pair of T and Alison, and he was confident as a lot of people commented that his food tasted like it was from Bourbon Street. He presented his deep fried stuffed shrimp with crab meat and lobster meat under mascarpone and parmesan, and while it was praised for being crispy and having a nice texture, Max deemed it a little boring, causing him to call the latter Ramsay junior. Despite that, he scored over T and Alison.
The blue team won the challenge 2-1, Milly was happy they won their fifth challenge in a row, and they were rewarded with a trip to a local pirate dinner theater. During the reward, he was glad to have received their own private show, and called the pirates awesome.
During the Homecoming Dance dinner service, Milly was on the fish station. At one point, he brought up a raw capellini that Josh cooked. When beginning on entrées, he told Ramsay that he had the oven up to 500 degrees, but upon closer inspection, Ramsay found out that it was not on at all. Despite claiming that he had it on, Ramsay lectured him to watch the heat, and he decided to calm down and focus. Then, he sent up raw snappers, Ramsay had the men feel them, and Josh knew that the flattop incident earlier caused it. However, he was able to get his refire accepted, and knew that despite losing two minutes, he got it perfectly. The blue team lost the service, and were asked to nominate two people for elimination.
Before the Blind Taste Test, Milly said that he did not want in any part of the dunk tank as he did not want to get his clothes wet. He was the first person from the blue team to compete, and went up against T. He scored a perfect score by correctly guessing all four of his ingredients, saved Meghan from the dunk tank. and Ramsay was impressed by his palate. During Meghan's turn, he was not dunked. When the score was a 9 point tie, he was chosen to compete in the sudden death round, and went up against Josh. He failed to get both zucchini and avocado, Meghan was dunked twice, and the blue team lost the challenge. They were punished by rearranging the dining room for two twelve top tables, and making sangria. During the punishment, he reminded Randy that they all got ingredients wrong when the latter blamed himself for losing the challenge.
During the closed charity dinner service, Milly went to get the plates out for the lobster risotto, but when it was revealed that there were sixteen plates instead of twelve, he blamed Randy for or not noticing before plating. He was in charge of the tuna nicosia salad course, had his teammates help him with the plating, but when Ramsay caught Nick wiping the plates with a dirty cloth, and lectured both him and the latter for it. Despite that, he was able to send out his dishes with no problems. While clearing down, he warned Randy that from now on, the only thing they would be talking about was food after the latter confronted the blue team about the plate incident. The blue team won the service.
During elimination, Milly was shocked when Ramsay eliminated Randy from the winning team, and while being dismissed, he said that with Randy gone, it was one less person in his way, and that he had to shine hard.
During the King of the Hill Challenge, Milly compared it to playing twister as people were sliding between each other as they tried to open their doors, and got New York striploin from his locker. During the cooking, he explained that he was pairing his New York striploin with a cream sauce, and said that he could not get a steak looking better than that. He was the second chef to have his dish judged, and presented his New York striploin and rosemary fondue. It was criticized for very close to the raw side, and he was unable to dethrone T.
The blue team lost the challenge, and they were punished by taking in deliveries of 250 pounds of beef sides, and break it down for the following service. During the punishment, Milly was annoyed that Nick and Meghan were looking at him to carry the beef inside, and admitted that he did not expect the entire cow side when Ramsay said side of beef. As they were breaking down the beef, he admitted that he was pissed that they lost.
Before service, Milly declared that he wanted a black jacket, and wanted perfection that night. During the Steak Night dinner service, he was on the appetizer and garnish stations. He got his appetizers accepted, and said that he wanted to just communicate and get the food out. After the blue team completed service, Ramsay rewarded them with the first three black jackets, and he remarked that they were part of an elite group now, before stating that they deserved it and thanked Ramsay. Later, Ramsay had the black jacket chefs help the red team complete service, and he and Josh had an argument over garnish.
The blue team won the service, and both teams were asked to nominate two chefs from the red team. During deliberation, Milly asked Michelle why she was so mean in the kitchen as he heard her a lot that night, and reminded them that they had to make a group decision. While being dismissed, he declared that he earned his black jacket.
During the Taste It Now Make It Challenge, Milly was paired up with T. They used sea bass, sake, and shrimp to recreate Ramsay's dish. During the challenge, he convinced T to switch from halibut to sea bass. While they managed to get the fish protein correct, they lost the challenge to Michelle and Nick as they used the wrong sauce for the broth.
Milly was punished by participating in recycling day, and make 150 pounds of mashed potatoes for the Midnight Mission. Back at the patio, he was in tears as he had been homeless three times before, and said that not a lot of people knew the hardships of not having a home to go back to. During the punishment, he got annoyed by Josh's complaints, and called him a dumbass.
During prep, Milly felt that Josh was not making sense with his talking, did not want his help, and told him to shut up, before calling him Uncle Randy as he was asking the same questions multiple times. However, Josh did not appreciate that comment, and that led to an argument between the two until Nick calmed them down. During dinner service, he was on the garnish station. He was not seen much, except for knowing that the chef's table added a little more pressure, but was confident has he always served all-star food. After service, Ramsay asked the final six to nominate two people for elimination.
He was not nominated for elimination
Back at the dorms, Milly recalled how Ramsay called him slow during the fourth dinner service at the hot tub.
During the Musicians Portions Challenge, Milly made a modern twist on Cajun spiced hush puppies, but after seeing Meghan’s dish, he questioned how his dish would beat out her lamb chop dish, and decided to sell it to the guests. While serving his dish to the guests, he was comfortable talking about his dish and felt that they were digging his personality. He won the challenge after receiving 55% of the votes, he was rewarded with a helicopter tour of Los Angeles, and he decided to bring T with him. During the reward, he was excited as neither he nor T rode in a helicopter before.
During dinner service, Milly was the first chef up to serve as Ramsay's Sous Chef. Ramsay urged him to speak out more, and knew that he had to be on top of his game as any food sent back would be on him. He began expediting orders to the chefs, and saw that Michelle’s scallops had no sear on the bottom. Thanks to strong leadership, they were sending out food to the customers, and after his turn was over, Ramsay praised him for being vocal, and for his attention to detail. He would take over the fish station from Michelle, but soon got annoyed by the latter's constant “pick it up” request. He was was struggling to find the backup scallops as Michelle never told him where they were, and stated that it was not easy jumping into a station when somebody else had their own system. Ramsay urged him not to slow down, but he argued that he was working both appetizers and entrées at the same time. While Meghan and T brought up their dishes, he was late getting his stuff up, and then, Michelle found out that his scallops had no sear on the bottom. While he was frustrated by that, he kept on working, and got his refire accepted. Later, he sent up watery scallops, was disappointed that Ramsay was watching him in the weeds at the moment, and then, he sent up overcooked scallops. After, Ramsay took them to the back pantry, and asked him if it was good enough. Then, he was unresponsive on T’s request for scallops, and despite Meghan telling him to step it up, he was able to get his third attempt accepted. After seeing the mess on the meat station from Nick, he accused the latter of going down in flames at the pass due to it. After, he was unresponsive on the salmon order, and despite Ramsay accusing him of going quiet, he got his dishes served.
After service, Ramsay asked the final five to nominate two people for elimination. During deliberation, Milly was considered for elimination by Nick and Michelle, but he considered the two for elimination, as he refused to vote for himself, and called it a process of elimination despite Michelle's decent performance, which the latter accused him of.
Milly was not nominated for elimination, but Ramsay decided to call him forward along with Nick due to his poor performance on fish. During his plea, he said that he had a full understanding of the kitchen, but when Ramsay asked him where the passion went when he was struggling, he stated that it was there. He survived elimination, and while being dismissed, he was shocked that he was the last man standing.
Back in the dorms, Milly believed that Ramsay lit a fire underneath him, and was shocked that he made it to the final four.
During the Vegetarian Budget Challenge, Milly decided to make ricotta and spinach soufflé while shopping, and during the cooking, he dedicated his dish to his son, and knew that the dish he made before would work great. He was the second person to have his dish judged by Ramsay, and presented his ricotta and spinach soufflé. When he revealed that his fifteen-year-old son ate that dish before, Ramsay asked him if he ate that dish before at that age, but he replied that he did not, and wanted to give his son the life he never had. While Ramsay criticized the dish for looking unappetizing, he said that it tasted delicious, and told him that his son was a lucky man.
Milly lost the challenge to Meghan, and he and Michelle were punished by by cleaning the front entrance fountain, sweeping the steps and parking lot, vacuum and shampoo the red carpet, and hand polish all the wooden structures at the front hall. During the punishment, called it fucking ridiculous as he thought there would be no more punishments after the black jackets.
Before service began, Milly received a visit from his son and girlfriend. During dinner service, he was on the appetizer station. He was the first person to run the pass, and while he felt that he was comfortable reading out the tickets and driving his team, he found out that the ticket had no entrées on it while calling out the order. Ramsay reminded him to look at the ticket before calling it out, and he told Marino about the mistake. then, he failed to notice that Sous Chef Andi sent up a risotto with crab instead of lobster until Ramsay told him, and he admitted that he should have caught it. Despite that, his composure remained strong, appetizers were being sent out, and he caught Sous Chef Andi bring up mussels without mussels, much to Ramsay’s praise. Later, he got annoyed by Meghan's leadership as he was trying to cook his appetizers, and when he brought up his dishes, Meghan rejected his risotto for lacking mascarpone. After, his refire was rejected for being soupy and messy, Ramsay accused him of sabotaging her, and stated that his finesse was gone, before accusing him of giving up. Despite that, his third attempt was accepted.
After service, Ramsay asked the final four to decide on who should not be in the final two. During deliberation, Milly argued that that he deserved to be in the final two for being comfortable at the pass, and believed that T should be with him in the final two, even though Michelle thought otherwise.
At elimination, Milly said that Michelle did not deserve to be in the final two as he he felt she had a lot of room to grow and that she talked back a lot, while T and Meghan felt that he did not deserve to be in the finals. He was the first person that Ramsay announced would not be in the final two, therefore eliminating him. Before leaving, Ramsay praised him for his great heart, having a bright future in the industry, and that he should be proud of his accomplishments. He received a retrospective montage during his exit interview.
Ramsay gave no comment on his elimination, and he did not receive the coat hanging and portrait burning sequence.
Milly was one of the eight chefs who returned for the final dinner service. He was T's first pick, followed by Nick, Adam, and Christine, and was the first pick overall. He was honored of being picked first, before saying that he would put it all on the line.
During dinner service, Milly was on the fish station, He was not seen that night, and T eventually lost the finals to Meghan. During the celebration, he jokingly told Ramsay that they talked about Cameron's elimination everyday.
Season 17 Edit
On the ride to Hell's Kitchen, Milly remembered that last time he was in a crammed bus, before knowing that it was Ramsay’s way of trying to get the best out of him. He was the first All-Star to arrive, and was led into a VIP lounge area. Then, he said that Ramsay meant a lot to him and his family, and remembered the pep talk he received back in Season 14 when he was doubting his skills in the competition, before declaring that he moved from an eight to a ten. When Ashley arrived, he greeted her, and told that he was one of her favorites. When Jennifer arrived, he said that he did not anybody outside of Season 14. Later, he reunited with Nick and Michelle, and told Van that the latter was a strong cook. After hearing from Ramsay about the reward, he called it a game changer.
Before the Signature Dish Challenge, Milly revealed that he was making sea bass three ways, but Ramsay reminded him that it was 45 minutes, not 4 hours and 5 minutes. However, he received pork as his main protein. After Ben's poor performance, he warned the former that he was already on his list. He was the fifth person from the blue team to have his dish judged by Ramsay, and went up against Manda. He made a spiced rubbed pork chop was praised for an incredible protein, and he scored 4 points. The blue team won the challenge 28-27, and they were rewarded with a trip to the sky slide in downtown Los Angeles, and dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s WP24 restaurant. After hearing that reward, he deemed the All-Star season great.
During the Bar Menu Challenge, Milly knew how big a difference bar food was to an appetizer, knew some high-end bar food he could make, and told Sous Chef Jocky that he had a plan for a seafood poutine dish. He was the first person called in the top four of the blue team, and presented his hand cut fries topped with a lobster cheese sauce. Even though Ramsay said that poutine was not the most elegant way of starting a meal, he thought that his poutine was the most fucking elegant version in the planet, and he took over Dana's spot. He won the challenge, and was rewarded with immunity and his dish added into the bar menu for the rest of the season. After winning, he was excited that he won the first individual challenge, and could not wait to tell his kids about it.
During dinner service, Milly served a shrimp and pasta appetizer tableside. He was not seen that night, and the blue team won the service.
During the Seafood Tower Challenge, Milly was paired up with Benjamin, and they were the final pair from the blue team to compete. During the challenge, he compared it to a race, and that he wanted to be in the final lap in order to turn it up. They got their first attempt up first, it was accepted, and the blue team won the challenge. They were rewarded with a seafood lunch at the Ocean Club in Malibu, and got to play soccer with Alyssa Naeher and Julie Johnston. During the reward, he called it a great time when Sous Chef Jocky joined them for lunch, and told the latter that he felt he was on their side. During the soccer game, he compared Sous Chef Jocky's skills to David Beckham after the latter scored an impressive goal.
During dinner service, Milly was on the meat station with Josh. At one point, he proclaimed that nobody was working alone that night, and later, he became vocal with Jared as he knew that he had to drive that night in order to become a leader, before getting his Wellingtons accepted. The blue team won the service after completing the red team's tickets.
During the Chance Challenge, Milly got stumped on both the M and S rounds, and called out apple during the A round. He was the first person from the blue team to have his dish judged by Ramsay, felt that they could get at least 30 points at the end, and presented his brown butter and bacon fat monkfish with grilled Maraschino cherries. While was criticized for a unintriguing presentation, it was praised for a good flavor profile, and he scored 4 points. The blue team lost the challenge 25-26, and they were punished by taking in deliveries of potatoes, sorting through garbage, and eating a smelly fish sandwich. After hearing that, he admitted that the blue team had yet to taste defeat, and called it a heartbreaking defeat as they lost by one point. During lunch, he called it the worst fish his mouth has ever tasted.
During prep, Milly asked Josh what the latter's job was. During dinner service, he was on the fish station with Giovanni. At one point, he and Josh argued about getting the rice cooking faster, and later, he commented that there was no reason for Josh to look at his stopwatch, before calling it stupid. When Ramsay tossed it in the fire, he jokingly said that they had a new special that night. When Giovanni sent up burnt pork, he called it a rookie mistake. The blue team lost the service, and were asked to nominate two people for elimination. During deliberation, he agreed with Giovanni as Josh did make extra risottos that night, argued that they taught the latter everything to know, mocked his position as a personal chef, and yelled that Josh could not burn, before saying that it was the same shit the latter pulled back in Season 14.
Milly was not nominated for elimination, and later, he said goodbye to Josh as the latter was reassigned to the red team, while welcoming Robyn as a new teammate. While being dismissed, he remarked that the blue team’s plan was to get rid of Josh no matter what the outcome was.
During the Wood Plank Cooking Challenge, Milly was paired up with Giovanni on the salmon, and he was ready to burn with the latter. They were the final pair from the blue team to have their dish judged, and went up against Elise. They made a hickory smoked salmon with brandy glaze, it was criticized for the glaze concept, and they lost that round to Elise. The blue team won the challenge after a tie at 3, and he thanked the universe for giving them Robyn over Josh. They were rewarded with a horseback ride at Apex Ranch, though he said that he only saw horses during police riots. During the reward, he got a baby horse to ride on.
During dinner service, Milly was on the garnish station. At one point, he got confused on what garnishes were needed for each entrée, and asked Nick what to do. Then, he did not respond to Robyn’s request to slice her Wellingtons, and sent up his garnishes up to the pass with no warning. That led to Ramsay reminding him to communicate with his teammates, and asked the blue team if they wanted to lose that night. Both teams were named joint-winners.
While going back to the dorms, Milly remarked that everybody hated Josh as the latter was not on their caliber, and thanked Ramsay for getting rid of him.
During the Pizza Fusion Challenge, Milly decided to go up against Jenniger, and they got Morocco. During the cooking, he knew that he had an idea on a Moroccan pizza. He was the second person from the blue team to have his dish judged, and while he was a little concerned, he noticed that Jennifer’s pizza had a lot of unidentifiable toppings on them. He made a Moroccan curry meatball pizza, it was praised for having great flavors, despite being dry as Marino Monferrato noticed a lack of a sauce, and he won that round over Jennifer. Despite hoping that Giovanni had it in the bag, the latter disappointed the blue team with a poor pizza. The blue team lost the challenge 2-3, and they were punished by ironing the tablecloths ahead of night’s Italian Night dinner service, and prep the oils and Parmesan cheese for each table. During the punishment, he was getting tired of grating the cheese.
During the Italian Night dinner service, Milly was on the appetizer station with Benjamin. When the blue team were sent into the pantry room after Van and Giovanni's raw lamb, he dubbed it “Ramsay’s dungeon”. When Jared called out inconsistent timings, he accused the former of lying to them due to his poor performance. The blue team lost the service, and were asked to nominate two people for elimination. During deliberation, he told Van that he was his consideration as he was the one that sent up the raw lamb, and it was a major sin.
He was not nominated for elimination.
During the Last Chef Standing Challenge, Milly openly felt that Robyn should have been sent out instead of Van as he was still pissed about her request the previous night. He was the third person from the blue team to leave the kitchen. When the rounds kept ending in ties, he did not mind them as the blue team was in the lead by that point. The blue team won the challenge 5-3, and they were rewarded with a trip at a rock climbing gym, and having lunch at Bourbon Steak at Americana with the Sous Chefs. During the reward, his underwear was showing as his harness was slipping, and while Nick jokingly said that he was twerking, he had no shame showing off his designer underwear, before commenting how hard it was to climb rocks. During lunch, he called the food fucking great.
Milly was Nick's third nominee to compete in the Cook For Your Life Challenge as the latter felt he needed to step it up, but he argued against that. He was after Robyn and Giovanni, and they were joined by Manda, Barbie, and Elise from the red team. During the cooking, wondered why Nick would nominate him as he loved working with the ingredients provided. He was the second person to have his dish judged, and boasted that he was ready to throw down the perfect recreation of Ramsay’s dish. Ramsay praised the dish for looking beautiful, having the right ratio of pasta and oyster, and a beautifully cooked oyster. However, Ramsay asked him what was missing on the dish, and while he struggled on it, Ramsay revealed that he cooked five oysters instead of the six required, much to his embarrassment. Despite that, Ramsay deemed his attempt better than Manda’s, and he was the first person sent upstairs to safety. When he went back upstairs, he was welcomed with open arms.
During the Cave Meat Challenge, Milly was paired up with Van on the boar, they were the first pair from the blue team to have their dishes judged, and they went up against the pair of Jennifer and Manda. He made a rosemary boar loin with deep fried Brussel sprouts and bacon jam, it was criticized for being undercooked and having greasy Brussel sprouts, and he did not score for the blue team. The blue team won the challenge 2-1, and they were rewarded with a trip to Hummingbird Nest Ranch, and got sample caviar supplied by Petrossian. During the reward, he called the caviar creamy.
During dinner service, Milly was on the appetizer station with Robyn. At the start, he boasted that he was about to pull out a strong performance on appetizers that night, and after he and Robyn got their appetizers accepted, he was proud of his accomplishment. When the blue team continued to have a strong performance, he compared them to a great symphony, before calling them true All-Stars, but was annoyed when Robyn kept calling her teammates "baby". After the red team got kicked out of the kitchen, the blue team were sent into the red kitchen to complete their orders, and he commented how crazy that season has been. The blue team won the service by a mile.
During the Fishing Challenge, Milly admitted that he was a big fan of Michael Cimarusti. He received red snapper, was the third person from the blue team to have his judged, and went up against Elise. He made a Caribbean red snapper with cinnamon yams, it was praised for being flavourable, and he scored that round over Elise. The blue team won the challenge 4-2, and they were rewarded with an overnight trip to Las Vegas in a private jet, got to stay at Caesar’s Palace, and received a ride on the tallest Ferris wheel, the Link High Roller. During the reward, he admitted that he never flew in a private jet before, and proclaimed that he was going to fly like that for the rest of his life.
During dinner service, Milly was on the meat station with Robyn. At one point, he sent up raw New York striploin, and felt that things were in slow motion. Despite claiming that he needed ten more minutes on the refire, Benjamin pointed out that there were thirteen other steaks on his station he could have used. Despite that, he got the refire accepted. When Van performed slowly, he accused the former of having a longer night at Las Vegas than himself. Both teams were named joint-losers, and they were asked to nominate two each. During deliberation, he told Van that he had the most struggles the entire night, and was considered for elimination by Robyn and Benjamin. However, he refused to believe that he was weak over one poor steak, and that he believed that the blue team did not think he could become Ramsay’s head chef at Las Vegas.
Milly was named the blue team's second nominee for elimination, with Robyn as the first, and they were joined by Van. During his plea, he said that he had the most passion of the blue team, and was confident in his cooking standards. He survived elimination, and while being dismissed, he said that the blue team was no longer his friends as he now sees them as employees.
Back at the dorms, Milly sat drinking pop as Elise bragged about being fit for her age.
During the Blind Taste Test, Milly was spared from the punishments during Robyn's turn, and he was grateful that her palate was on point. He was the fourth person from the blue team to compete, and went up against Elise. While he incorrectly guessed the first two ingredients, resulting in Benjamin getting the cannon punishment, the challenge ended after Elise incorrectly guessed the third ingredient, and the blue team won the challenge 8-2. They were rewarded with with lunch at Roy Yamaguchi’s Hawaiian Fusion lunch, and received Vitamix blenders. During the reward, he was happy as shit due to missing out on the Vitammix reward back in Season 14, and during lunch, he commented that they had a full spread of food for them.
During the Charity Night dinner service, Milly's scallops were getting more darker than needed for Nick's course. He was in charge of the stripped bass course, was direct with the blue team, delegating roles to Ramsay’s approval, and he wanted to make sure everybody on the blue team was doing something. He got his course out first, Ramsay praised him for a great job, and he said that while it was good to hear that, it felt better that his teammates heard that. During Benjamin's course, his froi gras was rejected for being cold, but he was able to get the refire accepted. The blue team won the service.
After elimination, Milly said that the red team have been arguing since day one, before saying that he did not see any of them at the head chef position.
During the Budget Challenge, Milly was seen asking for ground chicken, and during the cooking, he announced his plan on a smoked chicken meatball pasta. Despite Robyn not thinking it was a smart move he believed that he was doing a lot of things to elevate his dishes flavor, and was confident in it. He was the third person from the blue team to have his dish judged, went up against Michelle, and presented his smoked chicken meatballs with garlic noodles. They were criticized for looking average, tasting bland and boring, and tasting way too dry. Because of that, he scored only $53. The blue team lost the challenge $313-$320, and they were punished by cleaning up the racks in the pantry rooms. During the punishment, he knew that everybody hated him for his low scoring dish, but he wanted to bust his ass on the clean-up, and kill service that night. However, he was seen not doing much of the clean-up, irritating Robyn.
During dinner service, Milly was on the fish station. After Robyn accidentally talked over Ramsay, he commented that they should all shut the fuck up when Ramsay is talking. When both teams were at their final three tickets each, he was determined to beat the red team as the blue team got another order sent out. The blue team won the service.
When the chefs were watching David and Dania's quick change performance, Milly asked the latter if she could come show his girlfriend how to change that fast. During the first Black Jackets Challenge, also known as the Taste It Now Make It Challege, he recalled liking that challenge, despite losing to both Michelle and Nick back in Season 14, but was determined to win the first challenge. He used sea bass, white asparagus and Romanesco, and Yukon potatoes in order to recreate Ramsay's dish. However, he grabbed cauliflower to trip his team up as he felt they were spying on his work. He not only got the fish protein correct, but he got both purees correct, and earned the first black jacket. After, he hoped that everybody was eating humble pie, especially Nick as the latter nominated him for the Cook For Your Life Challenge, and called him one of the weakest three chefs.
Milly and Nick spent the rest of the day in the Black Jackets Lounge, and after seeing the lounge, he said that he was in heaven. They were later joined by Michelle, Benjamin, and Robyn, and after celebrating their milestone, he believed he was going to keep being number one through the rest of the competition.
During the Cooking School Challenge, Milly was paired up with NFL’s Ricky Williams, and during the cooking, while the latter was a little intimidated over cooking three dishes in 45 minutes, he himself was confident that they would win. Thy were the third pair to have their dish judged, and presented their three-way sea bass. It was praised for complex elements working together, taking over the winner chairs over Robyn and Wieber.
Milly lost the challenge after being dethroned by Michelle, and he was punished by participating in deep cleaning day, which included cleaning the front entrance carpet. During the punishment, while he was disappointed in losing, he would never forget cooking with All-Star athletes. Then, he decided to snack on the leftovers from the challenge, annoying Benjamin and Robyn. Later, Robyn asked him if he could help her carry a big pot to the back, but when the latter refused to do that, she got irritated by that, and accused him of acting like he was too good to help clean up, which continued when the three were cleaning up the front entrance carpet. However, he told Robyn to leave him alone as he was already aggravated by cleaning up.
During prep, despite telling Sous Chef Jocky that he was ready, Milly asked Nick for some help prepping the appetizer station, with Sous Chef Jocky telling him to focus. During dinner service, he was on the appetizer station. When service began, he noticing that Wyclef Jean had two women next to him. On their first ticket, he believed he was ready to pump out appetizers, but continued to be disorganized as he was missing pans, annoying Nick, with the latter even getting grossed out by his messy station. Then, Ramsay informed him that the pan for his risotto was burning, they were forced to start over, and was reminded that he would produce a mess if he worked in a mess. Due to his confusion over the changing tickets, he asked both Nick and Robyn to help him out, but despite all those problems, the first table of appetizers was accepted. However, Ramsay warned him that if he could not cook a tartare and a risotto all at once, then he would not be around much longer. When Robyn accidentally upsetted Ramsay over a miscommunication flaw, he knew that it was not a good idea to argue with Ramsay.
After service, Michelle was named the Best of the Best. During deliberation, Milly believed he had the fewest amount of mistakes that night compared to the others, but acknowledged to Michelle that he needed to learn more techniques in certain areas.Later, he and Nick discussed the burnt Brussel sprout incident that night.
Milly was named Michelle's second nominee for elimination, with Robyn as the first. During his plea, he said that he improved a lot in his seasons, but Robyn accused him of being held up by everybody else, leading to an argument about who was weaker. Then, Robyn reminded him on how he barely helped on the punishment that day, but he accused her of being a liar. He survived elimination, but before Robyn left, she warned him that she would see him on the streets. While being dismissed, he said that he would call the police if Robyn attacked him in the streets.
- He is the second contestant to achieve a perfect score of 4 during the Blind Taste Test, after Justin (Season 10).
- After his first appearance on the show, he went to work at The Playhouse 822, before going to work alongside fellow contestant Meghan at Gordon Ramsay's Pub & Grill at Caesars, Atlantic City
- He is the first contestant ever who made it to the black jackets after participating in the Cook For Your Life Challenge.
- He is the first contestant to earn a black jacket in two different seasons.
- He is the fourteenth contestant who kept his jacket after elimination. He is also the sixth contestant who did without ranking in 3rd place, following Ji (Season 5), Sterling (Season 13), Elise, Jennifer, and Robyn (also from Season 17), and the second black jacket contestant who did, following Robyn (also from Season 17).
- He is the third contestant who received a retrospective montage of his run in two different seasons, following Robert (Season 5 and Season 6), and Robyn (Season 10 and Season 17).
- He is the only contestant ever who ranked in the same place in two different seasons.
- (To Brendan) "How you lead the brigade? How you get to walking in the fucking kitchen and say you're an executive chef, and then I walk in there and burn you the fuck down on your line, and you making more than me? Get on that line when you get home, get around a bunch of Mexicans that don't make no fucking money, and it will BURN YOU DOWN. You got me twisted, dawg!"
- "Smash Plates? With these crazy motherfuckers."
- "When Chef Ramsay says go and save the red kitchen...BOOM! That's what we do. We go invade the red kitchen, it's like invading the Normandy."
- (To Josh) "You wanna hear it again? Y'all wanna hear it again? You can't BURN."
- "Robyn, I'm not your baby... at all!"
- "Can't stop, won't stop, you know what it is. I'm from Philly. I'm turned up on cold apps and hot apps. Whip, whip, whip."
- "Man, Benjamin, I'm a keep it real with you: You've never been to France, you're not French, you're Irish, where the fuck is this "Oui Chef" coming from? I can "Oui oui!" and "Parlez-vous français?", like... "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi?" like, I can do that shit all day, but guess what, NO, stop speaking French and speak some fucking English!"
- "Robyn, you'll see me in the streets? If you do something to me in the streets, I'll call the cops on your crazy ass. If that's you want to do. Oh, I know why, because you can't see me in the fucking kitchen! Bye girl!"