Time for another season of Imaginary Place’s Kitchen. But here’s the thing about this season – it became one of the most famous or infamous, if you will. Reason? because of a guy/grit named Joseph, who decided to challenge Chef Ramsay to a fight. Because he ain’t no pussy.
We’re back with another season of Hell’s Kitchen, filled with weirdos, vomiting and all kinds of crazy shit.
Time for another action packed review of Hell’s Kitchen. After this season, I seemed to have way more notes than I usually do following a season of a show. Enjoy.
Hell’s Kitchen – Season 4 didn’t really impress me much. Most of the contestants seemed to have bad moments on the show that turned me off to them. In fact, I think Gordon Ramsay agreed because he did not award the winner an Executive Chef position as promised. Continue reading Review: Hell’s Kitchen – Season 4
It isn’t hard to understand why Gordon Ramsay gets so pissed off during seasons of Hell’s Kitchen. This one could have been one of the worst, in terms of ineptitude. So many were incredibly dumb and useless and probably killed their chances of a food career by appearing on this show. Let’s review.
Season 3 of Hell’s Kitchen is a unique season, in that there seemed to be far less talent than previous seasons. At points, this season becomes tedious.
After a successful first season, with a very cheap show open, we get a second season, with a slightly more expensive show open. One thing I don’t get though – why do we have to look at the eliminated contestants on shows they’re not even on? Especially when they sucked! It’s like they’re saying “Hey look at me – I sucked and was voted off twice, but I’m appearing in this skillet fire.”
The fifth season of Masterchef struck me as fixed, fake as fuck and very, very unrewarding. When you glorify a stripper and she ends up winning, you kill it for me.
Hell’s Kitchen is a British show that was brought to America because we can’t come up with our own ideas. It features Gordon Ramsay as a bigger dickhead than Simon Cowell.