10 Things You Can Bet Will Never Happen on "Hell's Kitchen"

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen.

Here's Gordon Ramsay.

Gordon Ramsay is more than a household word. Ramsay is a master chef, owns a string of highly-successful restaurants based in London where the food costs more than your car, and has starred on his own show, "Hell's Kitchen," for 14 seasons and shows no sign of backing-off of his hectic schedule.

I have to give credit to the "chef" contestants who think that competing on "Hell's Kitchen" will be a breeze to win a new restaurant Ramsay is opening and given a staggering $250,000.00 salary, for it as far from being a breeze as I am going to be called to The Vatican next week to consult The Pope on spiritual matters.

Gordon Ramsay often has to get tough in order to teach the contestants how to be successful chefs.
Gordon Ramsay often has to get tough in order to teach the contestants how to be successful chefs.

Ramsay is a true perfectionist.

Ramsay not only ram-rod's "Hell's Kitchen" contestants, but curses them like a lagging log horse if they make one miniscule error in preparing a meal for the people who are eating what the contestants make in Ramsay's kitchen. On one or two occasions, Ramsay has lost his temper and thrown things (in the direction) of the fearful "chef's," but never harmed them.

I hear that the censor for ABC, the network who airs "Hell's Kitchen," has received a good raise and some due-appreciation for doing an excellent job of "bleeping" out Ramsay's expletives while filming the show that is followed by millions.

This contestant, Sabrina, worked hard, but was sent home.
This contestant, Sabrina, worked hard, but was sent home.
Ramsay loses his cool thanks to a contestant who over-cooked a dish.
Ramsay loses his cool thanks to a contestant who over-cooked a dish.
Ramsay demands perfection from his contestants.
Ramsay demands perfection from his contestants.
Shetland  pony,
Shetland pony,
Packers QB, Aaron Rodgers.
Packers QB, Aaron Rodgers.
NFL legend, "Iron" Mike Ditka.
NFL legend, "Iron" Mike Ditka.

Millions love Gordon Ramsay.

What I like about "Hell's Kitchen," is the realism. You see the contestants sweat with fear as Gordon Ramsay shuts-down the kitchen in mid-meal preparation for not pleasing Ramsay. You hear the violence in Ramsay's rages to go along with his "sweet," and diplomatic demeanor whenever a celebrity stops by.

And with all of the secrecy that keeps us from predicting correctly what will happen next on "Hell's Kitchen," I want to step-in to add something to make "Hell's Kitchen" a bit fallible and not so far "up in the clouds."

How? "I" am not a prophet, but "I" can, with little confidence, tell you for sure,

10 Things You Can Bet Will Never Happen on "Hell's Kitchen"

  1. Gordon Ramsay will never be seen riding a Shetland pony onto the stage to address the contestants.
  2. No contestant will ever have to fear being drown with a huge pot of spaghetti.
  3. Duchess Kate Middleton will never interrupt the filming of the show to talk to Gordon Ramsay.
  4. You will not see any of the hard-working "chefs" have to vomit due to their nerves eating them up.
  5. NFL legend, Mike Ditka will never compete on "Hell's Kitchen."
  6. Gordon Ramsay will never appear in any episode wearing a turban.
  7. No contestant will ever be Green Bay Packers star quarterback, Aaron Rodgers in disguise pulling a prank on Ramsay.
  8. CBS' "60 Minutes" will never burst-in when the show is underway and announce that Gordon Ramsay is being investigated by the F.B.I. for some unearthly crime.
  9. Gordon Ramsay will never perform a pole dance for his customers while the contestants plug his briefs with "one's."
  10. You will never see ME on "Hell's Kitchen" as a contestant, but as Ramsay's BFF.


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prettynutjob30 18 months ago from From the land of Chocolate Chips,and all other things sweet.

I love Gordon Ramsey, his out there persona is awesome. Great hub, voted up, shared, and more.


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BarbaraCasey 18 months ago from St. Petersburg, Florida

I can't watch Hell's Kitchen... it's too frantic. And he's so different on Master Chef (and Junior), which I do like. He's a good actor, I guess.


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Akriti Mattu 18 months ago from Shimla, India

I love Hell's Kitchen and i love Gordon Ramsay.


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kenneth avery 18 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Akriti,

Me too. That is why I wrote this in a tribute to this cooking genius.

Thanks for your comment and please stay in touch.


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kenneth avery 18 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Prettynutjob30,

I love Hell's Kitchen. I just thought that the things I listed would be great for a sudden laugh.

Thank you for your sweet comment.


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kenneth avery 18 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Dear Barbara Casey,

I still respect you for not watching Ramsay's show. It is your choice. And I appreciate you leaving me such a sweet comment. Please stay in touch.


17 months ago

Hell's Kitchen is "realistic"? Seriously, I stopped watching most of the Ramsay shows for this single reason - they are all too fake and staged, and it's just so obvious. Fake and exaggerated drama is not realism, it's show. For true realism it's better to watch some Masterchef Australia, here you can see some real emotions. Gordon Ramsay in a TV show pretty much guarantees that it would be plastic, staged and overly dramatic.


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kenneth avery 17 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Y,

I would honest like to thank you for your honest reaction to my hub. I give you my word that I really did not know that HK was a staged production. I really thought that Ramsay was this way when he taught new students.

Thanks again.

Kenneth


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moonlake 17 months ago from America

I love the show I don't care what anyone has to say about it. I also love Master Chef. Voted up and shared.


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kenneth avery 17 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

moonlake,

Thank you so much for the lively comment. I loved it. I wish I had plenty of money so I could reward everyone who likes my offerings.

Take care and come back anytime.

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