Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares (BBCA) 1/24/08

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Gunnyman, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. TonyTheTiger

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    That's because Fox - and network TV in general - thrives on confrontation.


    Revisited is basically a rerun of the same show with an extra visit to the restaurant a little later.
     
  2. ElJay

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    "I hear there's no fresh fish in Brighton-- What the **** is this?"

    I thought this was a pretty nice "feel good" episode. There were some rocky parts, but it seems like Ramsay actually had very good success in finally reaching through to Allan and making the place substantially better.
     
  3. newsposter

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    that owner really was in denial...was a shame. And i dont like lobster but dang that was sad. All that waste.
     
  4. goblue97

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    We must be watching two different versions of the F-word then. The episodes that I have seen have him tearing into his kitchen staff.
     
  5. pmyers

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    There are some similarites between the UK and Fox version but A LOT of differences. To me, I feel like the Fox version has more of an "extreme makeover" feal to it while the UK version seems to focus more on making do with what you do have and can afford rather than bringing in $75k worth of new stoves and decor.

    The UK version also spends more time on the re-visit.

    I like them both but like the UK version better.
     
  6. Jesda

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    The Fox version is more fun, but fake.
     
  7. 7thton

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