History Characters / HellsKitchen

5th Feb '18 1:00:52 PM tahna_los
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: As long as it's not during service, Gordon will usually laugh at the contestant's jokes or antics, usually during challenges. Only two times he actually found something funny during service, both times during Season 6: The first was when Jean Philippe told him there was a language barrier between him and Van because Van was from Texas. The second time was when Robert split the back of his pants and continued cooking with his underwear exposed.

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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: As long as it's not during service, Gordon will usually laugh at the contestant's jokes or antics, usually during challenges. Only two times he actually found something funny during service, both times during Season 6: 5: The first was when Jean Philippe told him there was a language barrier between him and Van because Van was from Texas. The second time was when Robert split the back of his pants and continued cooking with his underwear exposed.
5th Feb '18 1:00:06 PM tahna_los
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: As long as it's not during service, Gordon will usually laugh at the contestant's jokes or antics, usually during challenges. The one time he actually found something funny during service was when Jean Philippe told him there was a language barrier between him and Van because Van was from Texas.

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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: As long as it's not during service, Gordon will usually laugh at the contestant's jokes or antics, usually during challenges. The one time Only two times he actually found something funny during service service, both times during Season 6: The first was when Jean Philippe told him there was a language barrier between him and Van because Van was from Texas.Texas. The second time was when Robert split the back of his pants and continued cooking with his underwear exposed.
17th Dec '17 7:50:31 PM RhetoricalCloud
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* OneOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: The first blue team sous chef to actually have a full head of hair. He's also closer in stature to Ramsay himself than any of his three predecessors.

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* HiddenDepths: He showed some soccer skills during the blue team's second reward when they competed with soccer Olympians.
* OneOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: The first blue team sous chef to actually have a full head of hair. He's also closer in stature to Ramsay himself than any of his three predecessors. Plus, he's British like Ramsay unlike the other blue team sous chefs.
16th Dec '17 8:53:36 AM palmer7
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* SirSwearsALot: Chef Ramsay swears a lot during service to the point that at least 50-75% of what he says involves the words fuck or shit.

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* SirSwearsALot: Chef Ramsay swears a lot during service and eliminations to the point that at least 50-75% of what he says involves the words fuck or shit.shit.



* HiddenDepths: Aside from being the maître d', he helps manage two successful pizzarias.

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* HiddenDepths: Aside from being the maître d', maitre d, he helps manage two successful pizzarias.
pizzerias. In Season 17, a team challenge takes place in one.
10th Nov '17 5:55:51 PM DrakeClawfang
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* HiddenDepths: Aside from being the maître d', he helps manage two successful pizzarias.
21st Oct '17 10:33:03 PM DrakeClawfang
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* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: It's not at all uncommon for Ramsay to circumvent the typical rules of the show, because he's the boss and he has free rein to do as he likes. Examples include sending chefs home during service if they're particularly bad, sending home chefs that aren't nominated by their teams, and giving both teams a point or denying them both a point in challenges. When it comes time to elimination, he's even liable to eliminate someone from the winning team if he thinks it's time for them to go, and will let the losing team off the hook. On the rare occasion both teams perform well that night, he rewards them by not eliminating anyone, though that usually only happens once a season.

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* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: It's not at all uncommon for Ramsay to circumvent the typical rules of the show, because he's the boss and he has free rein to do as he likes. Examples include sending chefs home during service if they're particularly bad, sending home chefs that aren't nominated by their teams, sending home chefs on the winning team, and giving sending home more than one chef a night (though that one is very rare). During challenges where he scores performances he may refuse to even issue a score to a chef that does particularly bad, or if the challenge has chefs going head-to-head for points and they both teams a point or denying do well, he'll give them both a point in challenges. When it comes time to elimination, he's even liable to eliminate someone from the winning team if he thinks it's time for them to go, and will let the losing team off the hook.point. On the rare occasion both teams perform well that night, he rewards them by not eliminating anyone, though that usually only happens once a season.
21st Oct '17 10:29:14 PM DrakeClawfang
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the kitchen, he is a screaming, yelling, short-tempered boss who will not tolerate any disobedience or attitude in return, and will throw you out of the competition then and there if you make too many wrong moves. But outside the kitchen, he's a soft-spoken, polite, friendly man who likes joking with the competing chefs. In Hell's Kitchen he demands to be called "Chef" but on rewards where he joins the winning team, he prefers to be called "Gordon" and will chat with them and have fun with them. He regularly arranges special dinners for firemen, law enforcement, military personnel. and charity orgnaizations, and will get particularly upset when chefs screw up on those services. He will single out a failing chef for reprimands and humiliation, but when they succeed he'll let them know and compliment them on their performance. On the (admittedly rare) occasion where a chef consistently shows skill across multiple challenges and services, Ramsay takes note of their talent and will let them know he's noticed it.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the kitchen, he is a screaming, yelling, short-tempered boss who will not tolerate any disobedience or attitude in return, and will throw you out of the competition then and there if you make too many wrong moves. But outside the kitchen, he's a soft-spoken, polite, friendly man who likes joking with the competing chefs. In Hell's Kitchen he demands to be called "Chef" but on rewards where he joins the winning team, he prefers to be called "Gordon" and will chat with them and have fun with them. He regularly arranges special dinners for firemen, law enforcement, military personnel. personnel, and charity orgnaizations, and will get particularly upset when chefs screw up on those services. He will single out a failing chef for reprimands and humiliation, but when they succeed he'll let them know and compliment them on their performance. On the (admittedly rare) occasion where a chef consistently shows skill across multiple challenges and services, Ramsay takes note of their talent and will let them know he's noticed it.
21st Oct '17 10:28:26 PM DrakeClawfang
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* {{Jerkass}}: In the kitchen, he is a screaming, yelling, short-tempered boss who will throw you out of the competition then and there if you make too many wrong moves.
** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Outside the kitchen, he's comparatively soft-spoken, polite, and friendly. He demands to be called "Chef" during the competition, but during rewards where he joins the winning team, he asks to be called "Gordon." He regularly arranges special dinners for firemen, law enforcement, military personnel as well as charity organizations and gets particularly upset when chefs screw up on those services. Overall, he lets the chefs know when they do an excellent job on a challenge or dish, and it isn't uncommon for him to single out particularly good chefs for compliments.

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* {{Jerkass}}: JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the kitchen, he is a screaming, yelling, short-tempered boss who will not tolerate any disobedience or attitude in return, and will throw you out of the competition then and there if you make too many wrong moves.
** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Outside
moves. But outside the kitchen, he's comparatively a soft-spoken, polite, and friendly. He friendly man who likes joking with the competing chefs. In Hell's Kitchen he demands to be called "Chef" during the competition, but during on rewards where he joins the winning team, he asks prefers to be called "Gordon." "Gordon" and will chat with them and have fun with them. He regularly arranges special dinners for firemen, law enforcement, military personnel as well as personnel. and charity organizations orgnaizations, and gets will get particularly upset when chefs screw up on those services. Overall, he lets the chefs know when they do an excellent job on a challenge or dish, and it isn't uncommon for him to He will single out particularly good chefs a failing chef for compliments.reprimands and humiliation, but when they succeed he'll let them know and compliment them on their performance. On the (admittedly rare) occasion where a chef consistently shows skill across multiple challenges and services, Ramsay takes note of their talent and will let them know he's noticed it.
21st Oct '17 6:41:09 AM OlfinBedwere
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!!James Petrie

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!!James "Jockey" Petrie




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* TheStoic: Much more calm and softly-spoken compared to his three predecessors, for the most part. Though he still doesn't hesitate to call out mistakes when he sees them being made.
7th Oct '17 7:51:58 AM DrakeClawfang
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** In Season 15, with six chefs left (the usual point at which they merge into one team and get the black jackets), Ramsay unveils a blast jacket display to them, and has gifts brought out for each chef, a silver box wrapped in black ribbon. The excited chefs open the gifts to reveal... straitjackets. A grinning Ramsay lampshades, "Not quite the jackets you were expecting, yes?"

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** In Season 15, with six chefs left (the usual point at which they merge into one team and get the black jackets), Ramsay unveils a blast black jacket display to them, and has gifts brought out for each chef, a silver box wrapped in black ribbon. The excited chefs open the gifts to reveal... straitjackets. A grinning Ramsay lampshades, "Not quite the jackets you were expecting, yes?"
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