History Characters / HellsKitchen

16th Nov '16 12:56:59 AM TomPhanto
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** And don't imitate him, as Boris from Season 8 learned the hard way.
12th Nov '16 9:06:06 AM RhetoricalCloud
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* PutOnABus: Wasn't on Season 15 as the Sous Chef because she got married.
** TheBusCameBack: Returns as Sous Chef the season after.
31st Oct '16 12:41:48 PM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: Obviously. Ramsay is not only a great chef, but he is an intimidating presence in the kitchen.
** CulturedBadass: It's a requirement to be a chef of course; he knows a lot about cooking and the culture associated with it.
** BadassArmfold: This is the pose he takes in every season's opening and every episode's elimination for a portion of it.

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* {{Badass}}: Obviously. Ramsay is not only a great chef, but he is an intimidating presence in the kitchen.
** CulturedBadass: It's a requirement to be a chef of course; he knows a lot about cooking and the culture associated with it.
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BadassArmfold: This is the pose he takes in every season's opening and every episode's elimination for a portion of it.



* CulturedBadass: It's a requirement to be a chef of course; he knows a lot about cooking and the culture associated with it.



* {{Badass}}: There's a reason he's Chef Gordon Ramsay's right hand man.
** BadassArmfold: He does as good a job at it as Chef Ramsay.
** His smackdown of Benjamin in Season 7 is the crowning example. Benjamin made the mistake of reading out the order after Chef Ramsay left the kitchen briefly and Scott was left in charge. Scott immediately ripped him a new one and outright screamed in his face to never try to take his place again.
** He also ripped the Blue Team in Season One a new one when Andrew's caught trying to tape a door with a lock code on it so they don't have to keep putting the code in and then makes the punishment even worse by only allowing them to get one thing at a time.

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* {{Badass}}: There's a reason he's Chef Gordon Ramsay's right hand man.
**
BadassArmfold: He does as good a job at it as Chef Ramsay.
** His smackdown of Benjamin in Season 7 is the crowning example. Benjamin made the mistake of reading out the order after Chef Ramsay left the kitchen briefly and Scott was left in charge. Scott immediately ripped him a new one and outright screamed in his face to never try to take his place again.
** He also ripped the Blue Team in Season One a new one when Andrew's caught trying to tape a door with a lock code on it so they don't have to keep putting the code in and then makes the punishment even worse by only allowing them to get one thing at a time.
Ramsay.



* {{Badass}}: She didn't have as much chance to show it as Scott or future sous chefs, but she was definitely a badass. She once overheard a contestant badmouthing Chef Ramsay and forced him to repeat it in front of him.



* {{Badass}}: Without a shadow of a doubt the most popular of the four female sous chefs, and a strong rival to Scott as the most popular sous chef overall.



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: While not a moron per say, he's often seen as a soft, uptight FunnyForeigner. But he's actually more {{Badass}} than most people think. It's one thing to know that the errors you made in the kitchen are going to lead to several unhappy customers. It's another to have to actually deal with said customers for each and every error. Throughout 8 entire seasons. And he does it all with a smile on his face. Even Chef Ramsay acknowledges this from time to time and berates the cooks for putting him through such grief.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: While not a moron per say, he's often seen as a soft, uptight FunnyForeigner. But he's actually more {{Badass}} badass than most people think. It's one thing to know that the errors you made in the kitchen are going to lead to several unhappy customers. It's another to have to actually deal with said customers for each and every error. Throughout 8 entire seasons. And he does it all with a smile on his face. Even Chef Ramsay acknowledges this from time to time and berates the cooks for putting him through such grief.
22nd Oct '16 6:52:06 PM infernape612
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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 open 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, 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 open only happens once a season..season.



--> [=J.P=]: Well first, it doesn't run on solar power, it runs on electricity.

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--> [=J.P=]: '''[=J.P=]''': Well first, it doesn't run on solar power, it runs on electricity.



!!Jason Thompson->'''Narrator, Seasons 1-12, 15-present'''

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!!Jason Thompson->'''Narrator, Thompson
->'''Narrator,
Seasons 1-12, 15-present'''



* HesBack: Returned in season 15

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* HesBack: Returned in season 1515.



* PutOnABus: He's replaced by a new narrator in Seasons 13 and 14. He is back as of season 15

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* PutOnABus: He's replaced by a new narrator in Seasons 13 and 14. He is back as of season 1515.
10th Sep '16 9:40:47 AM ChrisMorris1234
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* [[Characters/HellsKitchenSeason16 Season 16]]
2nd Sep '16 12:30:24 AM Vorpoler
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-> '''Red team sous chef, Season 7-14 and 16-present'''

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-> '''Red team sous chef, Season Seasons 7-14 and 16-present'''



-> '''Blue team sous chef, Season 11-14'''

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-> '''Blue team sous chef, Season Seasons 11-14'''



->'''Blue team sous chef, Season 15-present

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->'''Blue -> '''Blue team sous chef, Season 15-present
Seasons 15-present'''
31st Aug '16 5:22:22 PM Vorpoler
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-> '''Red team sous chef, Season 7-14'''

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-> '''Red team sous chef, Season 7-14'''7-14 and 16-present'''
12th Jun '16 6:12:46 PM Vandegraff1
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* FriendToAllChildren: He always reigns in his temper and language as much as he can when he's serving kids and is incredibly friendly to them.

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* FriendToAllChildren: He always reigns reins in his temper and language as much as he can when he's serving kids and is incredibly friendly to them.



* 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 reign to do as he likes. Examples include sending chefs home during service if they're particularly bad, sending homes 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 loosing team off the hook. On the rare occasion both teams perform well that night, he rewards them by not eliminating anyone, though that usually open 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 reign rein to do as he likes. Examples include sending chefs home during service if they're particularly bad, sending homes 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 loosing 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 open happens once a season..
5th Jun '16 3:08:17 PM TomPhanto
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** 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.
* LargeHam: You think your boss shouts? You haven't seen Chef Ramsay in the kitchen when someone brings up raw food.

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** * 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.
* LargeHam: You think your boss shouts? You haven't seen Chef Ramsay in the kitchen when someone [[BerserkButton brings up raw food.food]].
* MeanBoss: During dinner services, he's a foul-mouthed hothead who will continuously insult his fellow chefs whenever they screw up.



* MeanCharacterNiceActor: "Chef" Ramsay is the boss you have nightmares of. "Gordon" Ramsay is a professional and pleasant man. In an almost Superman-esque transformation, he can go from serene and mellow to bombastic and swearing the moment he gets his coat on and into a kitchen, as shown in ''Series/MasterChef''.
24th Apr '16 12:24:28 PM SirVancelot131
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** Every so often, when he tells a contestant to take off their jacket (which usually precedes an elimination) he gives them a new one for the opposite team, congratulates them for making it to the black team and hands them a black jacket, or gives them a new jacket simply because the one they were wearing was filthy.
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