When last we left the chefs of 'Hell's Kitchen,' country girl Kimmie burned her hands with hot grease in the midst of a dramatic breakdown in the red kitchen just before dinner service. Will Kimmie continue on? Can the red team pull it together?
'Hell's Kitchen' continues to heat up as we enter the back-end of the season. Fewer chefs means less drama (in theory) and better performances, meaning we'll see some stronger competition emerge in the coming episodes.
In both the blue and red kitchens resentments are building and alliances are forming, but nothing quite as two-faced as the way Patrick tells Clemenza he's on his side, then admits in the one-on-one interviews that he's gunning to get him eliminated. Welcome back to 'Hell's Kitchen'!
Drama is at a boiling point for 'Hell's Kitchen''s first ever fashion night -- a night where the cooks will serve fancy foods for models and fashion industry folks during a fashion show. But Clemenza is off to a bad start as he begins cooking scallops before the doors even open.
When last we left our chef-testants in 'Hell's Kitchen,' Gordon Ramsay had yet to decide who would be going home because Fox sure does love their cliffhangers. So who will he choose to go home? Danielle, Guy, or Patrick?
We're down to 14 chef contestants on 'Hell's Kitchen,' and we've still got quite a way to go. With Roshni on the men's team, will she prove to be a better cook or will she just take them down with her?
While the men celebrate their success from their most recent victory, the two most volatile women on the ladies' team -- Kimmie and Tiffany -- commiserate over Barbie, who they believe should have been sent home. More drama? More drama! Welcome back to 'Hell's Kitchen.'
After last week's elimination, the women have all turned on teammate Barbie and are slowly starting to collapse in on themselves. There's twice the drama on 'Hell's Kitchen' this week, and even more of Tiffany's hilarious tantrums.
This week on 'Hell's Kitchen' it was much ado about scallops as no one could seem to cook these delicious sea boogers quite right. There was yelling. There was crying over mashed potatoes. And we know you considered making scallops for dinner because nothing else made sense.
We hope you guys are ready for the return of hot-headed chef Gordon Ramsay. He's back for the 10th (!) season of 'Hell's Kitchen,' in which cooks will compete to win the ultimate prize: the chance to run one of Ramsay's own signature restaurants. But can they survive Ramsay's short temper?