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The drama is brought hard to Monday night’s Hell’s Kitchen, so much so that the episode is about five percent narration, 20 percent cooking, and 75 percent shallow, catty, trash-talking attitude. I know the drama is one of the reasons we watch this show, but you know it’s getting out of hand when we don’t get to see a second of dinner service because there’s too much screaming and yelling and dish throwing to be had. Tiffany cusses and slams around, Robyn annoys everyone with her histrionics, she and Kimmie get into it, and that’s just on the Red team.
Things on the Blue team are pretty quiet, with the exception of plenty of ridiculous B.S. out of Royce, as per usual, and some man tears from Patrick. Clemenza and Brian must be fresh out of asshattery after the past couple weeks, because they’re hardly mentioned, and Justin gets a brief cameo as someone who actually appears on the show. Oh, and there’s some kitchen-based stuff, too: a steak challenge and a slot machine that picks ingredients, but it’s all tied in to the Red team drama anyway, so it barely counts. If you want some details, join me later this week for the full recap! To check out last week’s recap while you wait for this week, click here. Thanks for stopping by!