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Hell's Kitchen - Season 10 (spoilers allowed)

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by That Don Guy, May 11, 2012.

  1. May 11, 2012 #1 of 166
    That Don Guy

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    According to Eater Vegas, the winner of Hell's Kitchen Season 10 will be working at Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Paris hotel in Las Vegas (which opened in early May).

    This isn't the first time an HK winner got a job in Vegas; the second and third season winners got jobs at Red Rock and Green Valley. However, this appears to be the first time the winner got a job at a restaurant on the Vegas strip.
     
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    pmyers

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    Is there an upcoming season? When does it start?
     
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    Marc

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    According to the FOX site, the new season starts on Monday, June 4, at 8pm (ET/PT).
     
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    sharkster

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    Oh wow. When I last checked it had Hell's Kitchen AND Masterchef both starting their new seasons on May 29. I better check again, eh? :)

    I have 'Hotel Hell' diaried for June 4, though. weird
     
  5. May 11, 2012 #5 of 166
    That Don Guy

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    Fox announced a couple of weeks ago that they were delaying the premiere of Hotel Hell yet again to later in the summer, and airing both Hell's Kitchen and Masterchef on Mondays and Tuesdays starting June 4. (I can't remember where I read it, but I thought I read somewhere that there would be a New Girl marathon on Tuesday 5/29.)
     
  6. Jun 5, 2012 #6 of 166
    TonyTheTiger

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    OK, so the first episode aired last night. Waaaaay too early to pick favorites, but I had no hope for Tayvon claiming to be an Executive Chef at 22. When I saw the state of those butchered scallops, it was obvious he had no knife skills and was going home - if not this episode, then very soon!

    How many times can they tell us it's "The most explosive season yet" before we stop believing them? (I did years ago!!).
     
  7. Jun 5, 2012 #7 of 166
    pmyers

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    That fat Kimmie just looks like a bunch of trash. Everything that spewed from her mouth was nasty.
     
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    TonyTheTiger

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    True - and her food wasn't exactly 'Haute Cuisine' either!

    Bet she'll stick around a while though - looks like she could be drama!
     
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    If you are ever going to be a contestant on Hell's Kitchen, it is imperative that you learn how to prepare and cook scallops. Every contestant on this show should be an expert on scallops before they go on the show. I'm amazed that there are people in season 10 who still manage to screw them up.
     
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    Donbadabon

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    And you can tell if a scallop is done, because it feels like the tip of a penis. lol
     
  11. Jun 5, 2012 #11 of 166
    sharkster

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    Well, that was an interesting (sarcasm) bunch. Thought the one guy was going to die in the 'signature dish' segment. Will be anxiously anticipating his exit (hopefully sooner than later). Also agree about the obese woman. What a nasty sort she is!

    Otherwise, still too many to have an opinion as to who might be a contender. Also watched MC last night and I think this season will be very interesting. I just really wish they weren't airing the new seasons of both shows at the same time.
     
  12. Jun 5, 2012 #12 of 166
    rich

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    Yep. Scallops, Risotto and Wellington. You know they are going to be on the menu.

    I also love how they provide everyone with a manual of how to cook the dishes, and hardly anyone pays any attention to it.
     
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    pmyers

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    Hell's Kitchen 101!!!
     
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    Ment

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    They must screen people out who cook those regularly...just like people who drive standard in TAR. :) Odds obese dude make a trip to the ER this season= 100%.
     
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    Jesda

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    Holy crap, has it already been ten seasons?
     
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    That Don Guy

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    10 seasons, but not 10 years (actually, it would only be 9 years from season 1 to season 10 if they were annual) - season 5 was a spring season, and season 8 was a fall season. HK premiered in 2005.
     
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    Squeak

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    The whole "hair shaving" bit was bizarre. It was obvious that Andy was wearing a cover over her real hair.
     
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    plateau10

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    Strange thing, though, is that I seem to recall this show starting out as "I can take anyone and make them a chef", but lately it seems they are all chefs on some level. A quick look at first and current seasons bears this out:

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    Office Assistant
    Headhunter
    Purchasing Supervisor
    Bartender
    Pastry Chef
    Finance Manager
    Account Manager
    Executive Chef
    Professional Chef
    Mother of Six
    Server's Assistant
    Professional Chef
    versus

    Code:
    Catering Chef
    Personal Chef
    Personal Chef
    Executive Chef
    Chef de Cuisine
    Executive Chef
    Chef Instructor
    Saucier
    Cafeteria Chef
    Executive Catering Chef
    Sous Chef
    Personal Chef
    Executive Chef
    Executive Sous Chef
    Executive Chef
    Sous Chef
    Executive Chef
    Sous Chef
     
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    Ment

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    Yes early seasons have more varied backgrounds. Now they pick 'professional' people who just suck. :)
     
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