History YMMV / KitchenNightmares

9th Jun '18 8:01:09 PM GF93
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: While David -- the head chef in the Burger Kitchen, is shown to be beaten down and he does show potential when Gordon asks him to cook a burger and it turns out well, his disrespectful and uncaring attitude towards Daniel and his girlfriend makes it difficult to feel any real sympathy for him when Daniel finally has enough and fires him for talking back one too many times.
* Janelle, the owner's daughter from Mangia Mangia, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Although Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode, most of the time she's seen [[DisproportionateRetribution literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults.]] Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her whilst he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog told him that nobody loved him or cared about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[{{Jerkass}} reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].

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David -- the head chef in the Burger Kitchen, is shown to be beaten down and he does show potential when Gordon asks him to cook a burger and it turns out well, his disrespectful and uncaring attitude towards Daniel and his girlfriend makes it difficult to feel any real sympathy for him when Daniel finally has enough and fires him for talking back one too many times.
* ** Janelle, the owner's daughter from Mangia Mangia, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Although Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode, most of the time she's seen [[DisproportionateRetribution literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults.]] Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her whilst he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog told him that nobody loved him or cared about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[{{Jerkass}} reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].
9th Jun '18 8:00:14 PM GF93
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: While David-the head chef in the Burger Kitchen, is shown to be beaten down and he does show potential when Gordon asks him to cook a burger and it turns out well, his disrespectful and uncaring attitude towards Daniel and his girlfriend makes it difficult to feel any real sympathy for him when Daniel finally has enough and fires him for talking back one too many times.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: While David-the David -- the head chef in the Burger Kitchen, is shown to be beaten down and he does show potential when Gordon asks him to cook a burger and it turns out well, his disrespectful and uncaring attitude towards Daniel and his girlfriend makes it difficult to feel any real sympathy for him when Daniel finally has enough and fires him for talking back one too many times.times.
* Janelle, the owner's daughter from Mangia Mangia, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Although Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode, most of the time she's seen [[DisproportionateRetribution literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults.]] Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her whilst he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog told him that nobody loved him or cared about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[{{Jerkass}} reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].
9th Jun '18 11:51:16 AM vexer
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* HarsherInHindsight: During Gordon's visit to Campania, he warned that the business was about to "float down the Hudson River". Cut to a few years later, when owner and head chef Joseph Cerniglia's body was recovered from the Hudson River after a suicidal jump off the George Washington Bridge. Unsurprisingly, [[LostEpisode this episode is not aired any more, at least in the U.S.]]

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* HarsherInHindsight: During Gordon's visit to Campania, he warned that the business was about to "float down the Hudson River". Cut to a few years later, when owner and head chef Joseph Cerniglia's body was recovered from the Hudson River after a suicidal jump off the George Washington Bridge. Unsurprisingly, [[LostEpisode this episode is not aired any more, on TV anymore, at least in the U.S.]]
9th Jun '18 11:42:05 AM vexer
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Janelle, the owner's daughter from the Mangia Mangia episode, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Although Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode, most of the time she's seen [[DisproportionateRetribution literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults.]] Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her whilst he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog told him that nobody loved him or cared about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[{{Jerkass}} reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Janelle, the owner's daughter from the Mangia Mangia episode, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed While David-the head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Although Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of in the episode, most of the time she's seen [[DisproportionateRetribution literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults.]] Though she breaks Burger Kitchen, is shown to be beaten down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her whilst and he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog told him that nobody loved him or cared about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[{{Jerkass}} reacting with evident glee]] does show potential when [[spoiler:he was fired Gordon asks him to cook a burger and it turns out well, his disrespectful and uncaring attitude towards Daniel and his girlfriend makes it difficult to feel any real sympathy for it]]. him when Daniel finally has enough and fires him for talking back one too many times.
24th May '18 3:46:51 PM GF93
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Janelle, the owner's daughter from the Mangia Mangia episode, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Although Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode, most of the time she's seen [[DisproportionateRetribution literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults.]] Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her whilst he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog told him that nobody loved him or cared about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[{{Jerkass}} reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].
21st May '18 11:24:18 PM vexer
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: [[BitchInSheepsClothing Janelle]] from the Mangia Mangia episode, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Yes, Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode -- most of the time she's seen literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults. Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her while he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog told him that nobody loved him or cared about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[JerkAss reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].
21st May '18 10:38:40 PM vexer
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* HarsherInHindsight: During Gordon's visit to Campania, he warned that the business was about to "float down the Hudson River". Cut to a few years later, when owner and head chef Joseph Cerniglia's body was recovered from the Hudson River after a suicidal jump off the George Washington Bridge. Unsurprisingly, [[LostEpisode this episode is not aired any more.]]

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* HarsherInHindsight: During Gordon's visit to Campania, he warned that the business was about to "float down the Hudson River". Cut to a few years later, when owner and head chef Joseph Cerniglia's body was recovered from the Hudson River after a suicidal jump off the George Washington Bridge. Unsurprisingly, [[LostEpisode this episode is not aired any more.more, at least in the U.S.]]
7th Mar '18 6:43:09 AM GF93
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: [[BitchInSheepsClothing Janelle]] from the Mangia Mangia episode, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Yes, Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode -- most of the time she's seen literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults. Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her while he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog said that nobody loves him or cares about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[JerkAss reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: [[BitchInSheepsClothing Janelle]] from the Mangia Mangia episode, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Yes, Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode -- most of the time she's seen literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults. Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her while he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog said told him that nobody loves loved him or cares cared about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[JerkAss reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].
7th Mar '18 6:42:07 AM GF93
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Janelle from the Mangia Mangia episode, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor-- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Yes, Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode-- most of the time she's seen literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults. Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her while he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog said that nobody loves him or cares about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[JerkAss reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Janelle [[BitchInSheepsClothing Janelle]] from the Mangia Mangia episode, with regards to the incidents involving her and Trevor-- Trevor -- the depressed head chef who is later revealed to have [[spoiler:a hidden crystal meth addiction]]. Yes, Trevor was acting like a {{Jerkass}} for most of the episode-- episode -- most of the time she's seen literally screaming at him over the slightest provocations and using a variety of incredibly personal insults. Though she breaks down over the fact Trevor tried to punch her and has gotten physical against her while he was high, the fact that Trevor says this was after she [[KickTheDog said that nobody loves him or cares about his existence, and that he'd be better off dead]] doesn't help. It's harder to root for her in hindsight once it's revealed just how bad his depression and [[spoiler:drug problem]] really is, especially after [[JerkAss reacting with evident glee]] when [[spoiler:he was fired for it]].
24th Feb '18 7:26:14 AM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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*** Amusingly, while well-meaning, Moe's brother also seems to think that people from "British" ''[[CriticalResearchFailure don't speak English]]''. Just...just go with it.
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