Hell's Kitchen on FOX

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    LOVE it :D

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    I haven't seen it. Does the Chef really raise Hell like the promo shows?
     
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    He raises hell worse than the promos show. :D :thup: Dewberry. the whiney pear-shaped little sot got booted yesterday.
     
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    To bad...I probably won't bother watching, I worked with too many
    Chefs like that. I don't need to relive that in my livingroom. ;)
     
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    *shrug* The person that can put up with that, learns a lot, is pretty much *guaranteed* to remember what they were taught, and walks away with their own restaurant. I'd do it. The only problem is that "Yes, Chef" certainly would NOT be the only two words in my dictionary while in the kithen. That may get me in trouble. :)
     
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    The closest I'll come to my own restaurant is a hot dog push cart maybe.
    Owning an operating a restaurant has got to be the biggest pain in the butt ever.
    I will admit I've considered it, but I can do without the constant headaches.
     
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    I'd love to learn under a hard-ass. See, the key to working for a hard as is this: Learn His/Her standards, then achieve them. Once you're there, it's cake. It's the 'getting there' which is stressfull. And that leads me to this thought: What the HELL is the problem with our society that people fear stress.

    It's a COOKING SHOW and some of these young people act like they're about to land at D-Day.
     
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    Love this show. I would like to know if this guy is really like that in real life though - I'm sure there is a little embellishment but he is still probably an ass.

    But it doesn't beat watching Flav and Brigette canoodling in the jacuzzi.

    (j/k)
     
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    I'd probably venture to say he doesn't tell his *actual* customers to get fucked, or head on back to the plastic surgeon. And, other than dumping food on one of his assistants (doubt that happens), I'd say he's still probably a large ass in the kitchen. Probably not much to be afraid of tho..

    ...I wanna be related to him. Ramsey was my maiden name. :D
     
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    Maybe you are...hmmmmmmm?
     

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