History Characters / HellsKitchen

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.
16th Apr '16 1:12:25 AM alvintse2001
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-->''"Oh, minga (Italian for "fuck")! That's that's no good at all."''

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-->''"Oh, minga (Italian for "fuck")! That's That's...that's no good at all."''
16th Apr '16 1:11:59 AM alvintse2001
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* GoshDangItToHeck: Almost never swears, which makes the following quote upon seeing a raw snapper made out to the dining room even funnier:
-->''"Oh, minga (Italian for "fuck")! That's that's no good at all."''
9th Apr '16 9:59:53 AM DrakeClawfang
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* {{Troll}}: Chef Ramsay loves to have fun at the expense of the contestants.
** When it comes to elimination nights, he is often misleading. Announcing who will leave Hell's Kitchen, he announces a person's name. Then tells them to get back in line. Sometimes he'll take it a step further and tell them to take off their jacket, then go to the different team. On a few occasions, he had contestants take off their jackets, only to give them a new one of the same color since the one they were wearing was filthy. Fair rule of thumb is that until you see them walk through the doors, you can't totally be sure they've been eliminated yet. This is partly justified as it is a way for contestants to stay on their toes, reminding them that they could be eliminated at any moment.

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* {{Troll}}: Chef Ramsay loves to have fun at the expense of the contestants.
** When it comes to elimination nights, he is often misleading. Announcing who will leave Hell's Kitchen, he announces a person's name. Then tells them to get back in line. Sometimes he'll take it a step further and tell them to take off their jacket, then go to the different team. On a few occasions, he had contestants take off their jackets, only to give them a new one of the same color since the one they were wearing was filthy. Fair rule of thumb is that until you see them walk through the doors, you can't totally be sure they've been eliminated yet. This is partly justified as it is a way for contestants to stay on their toes, reminding them that they could be eliminated at any moment.
other chefs.



** One big example was in the Season 5 finale. After dinner services, he announced that the winner...lived in Florida. [[spoiler: Paula's]] jaw dropped as she exclaimed to the ConfessionCam "Oh my God! That's me! I live in Florida!" Then she frowned, as she quickly remembered that so did [[spoiler: Danny.]]
** Similarly, in the Season 10 finale, Chef Ramsay declared that he would try something different and announce the winner right at the end of dinner service. "The winner of Hell's Kitchen is...[[spoiler: Tavon!" (the first contestant eliminated that season, and long forgotten.)]]

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** One big example was in In the Season 5 finale. After finale after dinner services, he announced that the winner...winner... lived in Florida. [[spoiler: Paula's]] Paula's jaw dropped as she exclaimed to the ConfessionCam "Oh my God! That's me! I live in Florida!" Then she frowned, as she quickly remembered that so did [[spoiler: Danny.]]
Danny.
** Similarly, in the Season 10 finale, Chef Ramsay declared that he would try something different and announce the winner right at the end of dinner service. "The winner of Hell's Kitchen is...[[spoiler: Tavon!" (the first contestant eliminated that season, and long forgotten.)]] )



** Season 14, he opens the first episode by greeting the chefs on the roof of the building with a stunt airbag below, kicks a ladder down to them, and invites them to come up to the roof and jump off. After a couple of chefs do it, the others begin to get over their fears and volunteer, only for Ramsay to reveal the first two were professional stunt people, and the actual contestants are insane.

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** Season 14, he opens the first episode by greeting the chefs on the roof of the building with a stunt airbag below, kicks a ladder down to them, and invites them to come up to the roof and jump off. After a couple of chefs do it, the others begin to get over their fears and volunteer, only for Ramsay to reveal the first two were professional stunt people, and he calls the actual contestants are insane.insane.
** 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... straightjackets. A grinning Ramsay lampshades "not quite the jackets you were expecting, yes?"
14th Mar '16 11:46:46 AM 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 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.

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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 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..
14th Mar '16 11:43:49 AM DrakeClawfang
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* CatchPhrase: [[MemeticMutation "It's RAW!!!!!!!"]] As well as: "GET OUT!"

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* CatchPhrase: CatchPhrase:
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[[MemeticMutation "It's RAW!!!!!!!"]] As well as: Said in response to what you'd expect.
** "Hey, all of you! Come here!" when something brought up to the pass is unacceptable. Usually followed by "touch that" or "taste that" where he orders the chefs to do so and tell him the problem with the dish.
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"GET OUT!"OUT!" when throwing chefs out of the kitchen.
14th Mar '16 11:38:40 AM DrakeClawfang
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* BerserkButton: He has several, as you might expect, though the biggest ones are lying to him, talking over him, disrespecting him, and serving raw chicken and pork (the latter is far more dangerous for trichinosis.)
** He also doesn't like it when customers confront him while he's working (while the kitchen is having trouble), even if they're being nice/reasonable about it. He even points out to a customer who confronted him that if they have a problem, they talk to the Maître d since that's his job.
** Also, people laughing, joking, or congratulating each other during dire situations in the kitchen before the service is over.
** He also has no patience for people who just resign themselves to their fate rather than fight back and show some backbone, and he "rewards" those people by eliminating them, even if they're not the worst cooks.
** He hates when the entire kitchen screws up so much he has to kick them out, but he especially gets pissed when family night is ruined due to being a FriendToAllChildren.
** More recently, he has shown impatience with chefs who do so terribly that someone else has to take over their station, as Season 10's Brian and Season 12's Bev, Richard, and Kashia can attest.
** Every year, during the opening signature dish challenges, someone makes the mistake of using ingredients from a can/jar, painting themselves as a cheapskate. Ramsay will often refuse to taste the dish and just give them the lowest score he can.

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* BerserkButton: He has several, as you might expect, though expect with his HairTriggerTemper in the biggest ones are lying kitchen.
** Don't lie
to him, talking don't talk over him, disrespecting or talk back to him, and serving raw chicken and pork (the latter is far more dangerous for trichinosis.)
** He also doesn't like it when customers confront him while he's working (while the kitchen is having trouble), even if they're being nice/reasonable about it. He even points out to a customer
don't disrespect him. Even ''customers'' who confronted him do that if they aren't above his anger (patrons who have a problem, they problem should talk to the Maître d Maître, since that's his job.
job).
** Also, people laughing, joking, Bringing up overcooked food will get him annoyed, but bringing up undercooked food makes him ''furious'' in direct proportion to how badly it's undercooked, since undercooked food could pose a health hazard.
** During special nights like Family Night
or congratulating each other during dire situations in the kitchen before the service is over.
** He also has no patience for people who just resign themselves to their fate rather
charity dinners, he gets angrier than fight back and show some backbone, usual when chefs screw up because it's a special night and he "rewards" those people by eliminating them, even if they're not the worst cooks.
** He hates when the entire kitchen screws up so much he has to kick them out, but he especially gets pissed when family night is ruined due to being a FriendToAllChildren.
** More recently, he has shown impatience with chefs who do so terribly that someone else has to take over their station, as Season 10's Brian and Season 12's Bev, Richard, and Kashia can attest.
expects more from tham.
** Every year, during the opening signature dish challenges, someone makes the mistake of using ingredients from a can/jar, painting themselves as a cheapskate.can/jar. Ramsay will often refuse to taste the dish and just give them the lowest score he can.
9th Mar '16 7:56:26 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 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.

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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 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.
2nd Mar '16 7:25:14 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 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.
2nd Mar '16 7:21:41 PM DrakeClawfang
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* VerbalTic: He says "Yes?" at the end of sentences when he says or asks for things from the chefs. For example, "Let's get x food cooked, yes?"

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* VerbalTic: He says "Yes?" at the end of sentences when he says or asks for things from the chefs. For example, "Let's get x food cooked, yes?"
yes?" He also says "Let's go" when prompting someone to do something. "Let's go, yes?" is common too.



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