I'm surprised all those youths take what he dishes out. It became more about 'the characters' then food. At a certain point, if Ramsay's letting people who deserve the verbal abuse he's giving them as deep into the series as he does, then the show's not realistic, unless it's not really about cooking. Tune in to find out which chef will be sent home. In a twist not one, but two chefs go home.
Since halibut is such a versatile fish, the options for these dishes are numerous. Only and were not eliminated that way, but Ramsay cutting the field in half immediately before the finals has been usual since. This site only contains links that lead you to other sites eg. He's brought in 12 aspiring young cooks with little to much experience in the kitchen, and during the next few weeks these cooks will be put through twisted, devastating, rigorous and torturous challenges and at the end, the last cook standing will be given his or her very own restaurant! He is full of it. Corey is so insecure that anyone could manipulate her.
The contestants must prove their ability to work in teams before Chef Ramsay determines which chefs are worthy of a black jacket. Ramsay had that coming to him. He grating and foul-mouthed, and almost brings the contestants to tears. They put out such trashy shows as that bimbo Paris Hilton living a normal person's life or seven idiots posing as the Gilligan's Island castaways. He's more drill instructor than chef at times, berating those who aren't performing well. That why I find this reality show entertaining. It would be a horror series, of course.
He's opened a restaurant in Los Angeles called Hell's Kitchen. If you have a spare 5 hours and want to laugh your butt off with your flatmates or friends, then go ahead and watch this. Find out who is named the winner. If the dish doesn't fit his standards he belittle them and sometimes go into a rage and shut the whole kitchen down. After watching reality shows like Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, The Ashlee Simpson Show, Britney and Kevin: Chaotic, and other pointless reality shows, i thought the reality show genre has sunk to a new low. Like any reality show it trusts the audience is stupid and is crammed with unnecessary narration and flashbacks of events we just saw 30 seconds ago. They made him into this one-dimensional raving lunatic chef, and put people into situations that are designed to bring out the worst in people.
I sometimes find myself watching the show. Then they prepare their signature dishes, and hope that chef Ramsay won't spit them out. Point is, the reality show is over done, specially the reality game show. Now, the announcer explains every five or so minutes that something incredible and brand new and never before done will happen. Tune in to see both teams battle it out for Chef Ramsay's approval.
Don't bash it for not being something else. The first team to serve all of the Marines on their side of the dining room wins the challenge and is awarded a day at Paramount Ranch, where they will have the opportunity to star in their own western film. The team that gets the most dishes on her menu wins the challenge. I'm glad that Jimmy finally won a challenge even though his flambé' wasn't the neatest in the group. This is solid mindless entertainment of the first order. During the challenge, guest judge and renowned pastry chef and chocolatier Valerie Gordon cracks down hard on both teams' take on dessert. I know that Michael really wants to win, but I lost a lot of respect for him after he hid moved the beef from the refrigerator hiding it from Jessica.
I would have already taken a frying pan and knocked Chef Ramsey out. It was laughable without the flashing camera back-and-forth. And the charges in question not only submit to this endless torture, but they spend their evenings praying in their respective dungeons that they won't get kicked off, so they can endure more? Only in one episode did it actually dissolve into a yelling match Ramsey won, of course, when the 'chef' slunk away licking his wounds, only to return with nothing but respect for Ramsey for finally putting him in his place. Its worth every painful scripted line just to see Gordon Ramsay yell his eyeballs off. Later on, the pressure returns when the chefs endure the showmanship challenge, which is plagued with rookie mistakes. If you want a show where the chefs get to display their culinary ingenuity, hit up Top Chef or Iron Chef, etc. It places these already incredible chefs in a situation of becoming more than a great cook, which is why the focus is not on the food but the people.
C'mon, admit it, there are people you work with who you'd love to yell at. Enjoy it for what it is. In fact, one man was pushed so far over the edge he ordered a pizza and ate it right in the restaurant. That being said, this is a great show if you take it as is: it's about people getting yelled at by Chef Ramsay for not working and cooking his way. Everyone chef that comes in contact with him should have an attitude and a serious one. Image Title Airdate 01 June 4, 2012 Episode Rundown: The new contestants got tricked by the Sous Chefs, cooked their signature dishes, and the 125th Hell's Kitchen dinner service was ruined by a very young executive chef.