On Monday night’s episode of “Hell’s Kitchen,” the chefs competed in a challenge requiring them to make steak dishes. Robyn’s dish was chosen to be presented over Kimmie’s. When tasted, Robyn failed miserably, and Gordon thought that the red team made the wrong choice. He loved Kimmie’s dish and thought that it would have given the blue team a run for their money – and could possibly have won the challenge for the red team. The only logical conclusion for Robyn to draw was that this was a conspiracy against her.
Or maybe you’re just a terrible chef, Robyn.
The episode left us wondering if Kimmie would make it back into the kitchen after severely burning her hand and arm on hot pan grease.
On a side note, I know the opening theme is pretaped and mostly special effects. However, am I the only one hoping that one of these days the knives will hit Robyn?
OK, let’s get into this episode. We pick up just after Kimmie left the kitchen to see a medic about her burns. Gordon tells her, “The good news is, it’s only a burn.” I don’t think Gordon understands how good news works. Then the medic puts a few band aids on Kimmie’s fingers. That’s it? They made this seem like it was such a terrible burn! Kimmie just got the same treatment Guy did when he slightly cut his finger a few episodes back. They kept telling us that she burned her whole arm! Stop lying to me, reality TV editors!
When Kimmie returns to the kitchen, her teammates are very happy to see her. Even Barbie and Dana have a lot of encouraging things to say to her! Is anyone surprised that Robyn isn’t happy that someone else is OK. She tells us that Kimmie is a crybaby. Shut up, Robyn. Burns fucking hurt. Yes, Kimmie tends to cry more than others, but this time it was totally justified!
This is what a good teammate looks like, Robyn.
It’s time for Hell’s Kitchen to open. So it’s Family Steak Night. What kind of parent brings a kid to something like this? If you agree to be on this show, you probably know what Gordon is like in this context. It’s probably a bad idea to let your kids witness that live. I have no problems with curse words at all. However, I also know there are some things you don’t say when there are little kids around.
What does “fuck off” mean, Daddy?