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  • #41
    Re: Hell's Kitchen

    Originally posted by TinkPink View Post
    No, not even close. Top Chef is interesting to watch to see the talent of true culinary arts. Hell's Kitchen is interesting to watch because it's like a train wreck.

    I do think Hell's Kitchen gets better throughout the season. Like someone else said- it's like boot camp. He tears them down in the beginning but it's nice to watch as they get built back up as the season progresses.

    But yeah, Top Chef is WAAAAAAAAY classier.
    Since I love train wrecks I probably will keep watching it.
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    • #42
      Re: Hell's Kitchen

      Originally posted by Max Fischer View Post
      What show doesn't let you know the same night?
      dancing with the stars and american idol, you have to wait until the following nite

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      • #43
        Re: Hell's Kitchen

        Oh, I thought we were talking about cooking shows, but I gotcha.



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        • #44
          Re: Hell's Kitchen

          Originally posted by Max Fischer View Post
          Oh, I thought we were talking about cooking shows, but I gotcha.
          no sorry, just other reality shows

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          • #45
            Re: Hell's Kitchen

            Originally posted by kelly View Post
            no sorry, just other reality shows

            No, it's my fault, that is an example of how easily I am confused. It's not easy being me.



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            • #46
              Re: Hell's Kitchen

              Originally posted by Max Fischer View Post
              No, it's my fault, that is an example of how easily I am confused. It's not easy being me.
              :lmao::lmao::lmao: usually I am the one who is confused:lmao:

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              • #47
                Re: Hell's Kitchen

                Originally posted by TinkPink View Post
                I was wondering the same thing. American Idol is the only one I can think of. But Survivor, Top Chef, America's Next Top Model, Project Runway, etc all do it the same night.

                havent seen those shows so I would know...

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                • #48
                  Re: Hell's Kitchen

                  Don't forget about Big Brother.

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                  • #49
                    Re: Hell's Kitchen

                    I just couldn't believe the cattiness of the ladies, I think that one girl who kept bossing people around needs to go, she was in the bottom 2? Yeah, I don't see her staying around much longer, I think she contributes to bad communication of the group.

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                    • #50
                      Re: Hell's Kitchen

                      Originally posted by SummerInFL View Post
                      I just couldn't believe the cattiness of the ladies, I think that one girl who kept bossing people around needs to go, she was in the bottom 2? Yeah, I don't see her staying around much longer, I think she contributes to bad communication of the group.
                      The gals did better just this last Monday. They took over the guys entrees which lead them to a win with Ramsey.

                      I was sad to see Eddie go, the little guy. He tried his best and we wasn't crying like a baby like Aaron.

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                      • #51
                        Re: Hell's Kitchen

                        Originally posted by Ginarella View Post
                        The gals did better just this last Monday. They took over the guys entrees which lead them to a win with Ramsey.

                        I was sad to see Eddie go, the little guy. He tried his best and we wasn't crying like a baby like Aaron.

                        Poor Aaron needs to either gain some confidence or just leave. Honestly, I'm not sure if he is acting or just reacts to those situations that way. If it's the latter then how in the WORLD did he make it on this show?

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                        • #52
                          Re: Hell's Kitchen

                          I couldn't BELIEVE that Aaron didn't leave. How do you NOT put him in the bottom two??? He left for a 15 minute break and came back 4 hours later. He has zero confidence and seemingly skills to match. I don't get it.

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                          • #53
                            Re: Hell's Kitchen

                            I was joking with my husband about Aaron. Could you imagine if he won, and was working at the resteraunt and you returned your food because something was wrong. He would be crying and appologizing right there at your table!

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                            • #54
                              Re: Hell's Kitchen

                              Aaron is hamming it up. Either he is trying to manipulate everyone, or the producers have gotten a hold of him and told him to just milk it, it's good for the show. It makes sense that they didn't want to vote him off. If Rock were really smart, he would pick the two best cooks to be eliminated, and reduce his competition.

                              Aaron needs to be tased in the nuts. Also, he is crying about his multiple medical conditions, but I didn't see him have any problems puffing away on his cigarettes. What a tool.

                              I still think overall the show is weak, but when I look at it as you guys recommended, it helps. As long as I don't view it as a culinary show, it's ok, but thank God Top Chef is back, where we can see some real chefs in action.



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                              • #55
                                Re: Hell's Kitchen

                                And how much sweat do you think Aaron got on the fish as he muddled through the deboning? It was like watching a monkey F a football.



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                                • #56
                                  Re: Hell's Kitchen

                                  Originally posted by Pirate Lover 68 View Post
                                  I couldn't BELIEVE that Aaron didn't leave. How do you NOT put him in the bottom two??? He left for a 15 minute break and came back 4 hours later. He has zero confidence and seemingly skills to match. I don't get it.
                                  I don't get it either but my guess is the guys are keeping Aaron in so everyone looks and cooks better than him.

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                                  • #57
                                    Re: Hell's Kitchen

                                    It was really icky watching him sweat while table-side boning the fish. (hehehe...I said boning...hehehe)

                                    I think at first, you don't want to get rid of competent cooks because you are competing against the other team, so if you only have lame cooks, more and more of YOUR team gets eliminated while the other side gets a pass.

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                                    • #58
                                      Re: Hell's Kitchen

                                      Originally posted by Pirate Lover 68 View Post
                                      It was really icky watching him sweat while table-side boning the fish. (hehehe...I said boning...hehehe)

                                      I think at first, you don't want to get rid of competent cooks because you are competing against the other team, so if you only have lame cooks, more and more of YOUR team gets eliminated while the other side gets a pass.

                                      I see what you're saying, but as long as YOU have great skills, who cares about your team? So they had to do some more prep work as punishment. boo hoo. That punishment is what many people do for a career, so it's not that big of a deal.



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                                      • #59
                                        Re: Hell's Kitchen

                                        But ALSO the team that loses is the team that loses a team member, so you're more likely to end up on the chopping block if your team loses, thus the reason you'd want to win.

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                                        • #60
                                          Re: Hell's Kitchen

                                          From watching last nights episode it looks like Julia is the one to watch. She showed great leadership for her team and she cooked up a breakfast storm making a win for the red team. Go Julia

                                          Did anyone get grossed out when Jen pulled out the spaghetti from the trash can and tried to rinse it and cook it over again? Jen does not see the other side of the coin unless she likes to eat food from a trashcan.

                                          And bye Aaron, sorry you got sick but I don't think you belonged in Hell's Kitchen.

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