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Hell’s Kitchen picked up on Tuesday night with a discussion on the importance of leadership and how being chosen as your team’s leader literally means you will do nothing except hand your kitchen over to the weakest member of your team. Is that some kind of irony, or what?
The two teams proceed to humiliate themselves in front of Wolfgang Puck, as our professional cooks prove themselves inept at making both spaghetti and pizza–two basic dishes that I myself literally cooked in my very own kitchen last week. Successfully, I might add, unlike the slop featured onscreen. Servicemen from U.S. Coast Guard arrive in the dining room to add some extra pressure to dinner service, which goes swimmingly in one kitchen and no so well in the other, mostly because someone has an owie in his neck. Much dramatic yelling ensues, with Jonathon and Natalie blaming each other for mistakes, Paul and Will trying to wrangle the team members, and Tommy acting like a damn stoner. What else is new?
The lead up to yet another dismissal is packed full of Gordon telling everyone to fuck off, Carrie toddling around like a ditz, Jonathon cussin’ but good, Natalie crying like a girl, and Elise being a bitch. You know, the usual. Get the gory details later this week in the full recap!