History Heartwarming / KitchenNightmares

15th Apr '16 8:16:29 PM whateveryousay21
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* "Yanni's": Treya, who is very upset and suffering emotionally from the turmoil amongst the family, is treat like a hazzard. Everyone tells her to stop it or shout at her. Ramsay however is visibly upset she's treated as such. He talks to her for a short while only for him to admit he is sorry that he only came to help the restuarant. It's clear he understands her feelings and wants to help her.

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* "Yanni's": Treya, who is very upset and suffering emotionally from the turmoil amongst the family, is treat like a hazzard. Everyone tells her to stop it or shout at her. Ramsay however is visibly upset she's treated as such. He talks to her for a short while only for him to admit he is sorry that he only came to help the restuarant. It's clear he understands her feelings and wants to help her.her.
* "Pantaleone": The restaurant's food was terrible and the owner/chef was too arrogant to even admit there was a problem, still riding high on praise he'd received in 1985. After both seeing the results of a public taste test(his pizza fared worse than frozen store pizza) and realizing that his attitude and the failing restaurant was tearing his own family apart, he finally agreed to some massive changes. They are still in business and still family-owned and operated.
* "The Old Neighborhood": When Gordon arrived, the entire building was in poor condition, littered with junk, and the food was terrible. The owners were in severe debt as a result. After Gordon shut the kitchen down due to the unsanitary conditions, the husband & wife owners break down into tears and finally agree to allow some massive changes. The end result was a new menu, a renovated interior and all of the hoarded junk being thrown out. No tonly was the reopening a massive success but they are also still in business.
7th Mar '16 11:49:35 AM Hyrin
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*** Doubles as a funny moment when he gets so lost in preparing the food that he forgets he's doing double-duty as the waiter and puts a plate up then calls for service.
7th Oct '15 9:06:37 AM BeardedTroper
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----* "Yanni's": Treya, who is very upset and suffering emotionally from the turmoil amongst the family, is treat like a hazzard. Everyone tells her to stop it or shout at her. Ramsay however is visibly upset she's treated as such. He talks to her for a short while only for him to admit he is sorry that he only came to help the restuarant. It's clear he understands her feelings and wants to help her.
27th Aug '15 11:27:54 PM PriceCheck
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* "Capri": The whole episode features Ramsay alternating between ToughLove reaming out the twins who own the place for how their laziness has let it go downhill, to patiently comforting and encouraging them, such as taking Jeff aside during the first dinner serving after the man has a minor breakdown upon realizing what a disaster it is. He's hard on them in the beginning, but is quick to tell them they're not failures whenever they say it in a bout of frustration or insecurity. Ultimately his main point in the episode is teaching the two of them to be proud of their work and not be afraid to put their hearts into it, even getting them into a boxing ring to duke it out with him and each other to deal with their issues. Perhaps more heartwarming is that the change stuck, and the two are still in business having fun with the customers while making good food.

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* "Capri": The whole episode features Ramsay alternating between ToughLove reaming out the twins who own the place for how their laziness has let it go downhill, to patiently comforting and encouraging them, such as taking Jeff aside to help him calm down during the first dinner serving after the man has a minor breakdown upon realizing what a disaster it is. He's hard on them in the beginning, but is quick to tell them they're not failures whenever they say it in a bout of frustration or insecurity. Ultimately his main point in the episode is teaching the two of them to be proud of their work and not be afraid to put their hearts into it, even getting them into a boxing ring to duke it out with him and each other to deal with their issues. Perhaps more heartwarming is that the change stuck, and the two are still in business having fun with the customers while making good food.
27th Aug '15 11:26:50 PM PriceCheck
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* "Capri": The whole episode features Ramsay alternating between ToughLove reaming out the twins who own the place for how their laziness has let it go downhill, to patiently comforting and encouraging them. Some moments of this include taking Jeff aside during the first dinner serving to help him pull through what is clearly a disaster when he has a minor breakdown, and getting them both into a boxing ring to spar with him and each other in order to work through their frustrations and insecurities. He was hard on them in the beginning, but every time one of them said they felt like a failure he was quick to say it wasn't true. Perhaps even more heartwarming is that after everything the two are still in business together, entertaining customers while making good food.

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* "Capri": The whole episode features Ramsay alternating between ToughLove reaming out the twins who own the place for how their laziness has let it go downhill, to patiently comforting and encouraging them. Some moments of this include them, such as taking Jeff aside during the first dinner serving to help him pull through what is clearly a disaster when he after the man has a minor breakdown, and getting them both into breakdown upon realizing what a boxing ring to spar with him and each other in order to work through their frustrations and insecurities. He was disaster it is. He's hard on them in the beginning, but every time one of them said they felt like a failure he was is quick to tell them they're not failures whenever they say it wasn't true. in a bout of frustration or insecurity. Ultimately his main point in the episode is teaching the two of them to be proud of their work and not be afraid to put their hearts into it, even getting them into a boxing ring to duke it out with him and each other to deal with their issues. Perhaps even more heartwarming is that after everything the change stuck, and the two are still in business together, entertaining having fun with the customers while making good food.
25th Aug '15 10:25:07 PM PriceCheck
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*"Capri": The whole episode features Ramsay alternating between ToughLove reaming out the twins who own the place for how their laziness has let it go downhill, to patiently comforting and encouraging them. Some moments of this include taking Jeff aside during the first dinner serving to help him pull through what is clearly a disaster when he has a minor breakdown, and getting them both into a boxing ring to spar with him and each other in order to work through their frustrations and insecurities. He was hard on them in the beginning, but every time one of them said they felt like a failure he was quick to say it wasn't true. Perhaps even more heartwarming is that after everything the two are still in business together, entertaining customers while making good food.
-->'''Jeff''': [[ItMakesSenseInContext WE HAVE HOMEMADE MEAT BAAAALLS!]]
5th Jun '15 12:15:22 PM HyperKunoichi
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* Giuseppi's: After spending the entire episode butting heads, [[BumblingDad Joe]] and [[WellDoneSonGuy Sam]] finally start working together near the end of the relaunch, and Sam finally receives the praise he'd been seeking for over 13 years. The kicker came at the very end of the episode, where all three family members read heartfelt letters that they had written to each other, and, as a result, become closer than they had been in years.
11th May '15 12:03:18 PM lolface123
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11th May '15 12:02:55 PM lolface123
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* A small one in the now infamous "Amy's Baking Company" episode: Ramsay finds out during the dinner service that employees aren't allowed to keep their tips, hands a nice fat tip to his [[TheWoobie much-abused server]], telling her to keep it for herself.

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* A small one in the now infamous "Amy's Baking Company" episode: Ramsay finds out during the dinner service that employees aren't allowed to keep their tips, [[PetTheDog hands a nice fat tip to his his]] [[TheWoobie much-abused server]], telling her to keep it for herself.
21st Apr '15 1:28:56 PM julie45x
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* "La Galleria 33": Gordon criticizes the terrible food in the restaurant and the owners even have to send for their mom, who has a restaurant nearby, to bring him some tiramisu because they'd run out of dessert. When he tries it, he asks to speak to the mom again. Everyone is scared and keeps telling her it's her turn to be yelled at. She braces herself and approaches Gordon, who promptly stands up and says: "I have to do something." He proceeds to kiss her on the cheek and exclaim: "Bellissimo!"
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