|chumbucket - 2011-12-29 |
Cue the creaking instrument sound.
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2011-12-29 |
Where do they get these cooks/contestants? They all seem completely incompetent and some of the stuff they are attempting to serve not only looks dreadful but could possibly kill you.
It's a show designed solely for ratings. If you've never seen it, the basic formula is: amateur chefs become contestants in the hopes of "learning" to be better chefs (which, naturally, is best done in an environment like this), some of them claim to have experience, but most don't.
Ramsay puts on his best show to berate, insult, and humiliate them based on the fact they can't make 4-star cuisine despite not being chefs. The "real" dinners they make for "guests" are usually based around menus that require much more time and care to make properly than what they are supposedly allowed, which again gives Ramsay a chance to do his thing and earn his paycheck. Most of the "major events" in the show are so obviously staged that anyone who has followed Ramsay's career since his earlier years on BBC feels thoroughly embarrassed about what he's doing to make money now.
I'm not surprised it's staged, but throughout this montage I kept siding with Ramsey because the food looked awful and I wouldn't want to touch it.
|Snakeweapon - 2011-12-29 |
I kept waiting for him to ask "Didn't you kill my brother?" but no.
... and there goes the tumbleweed.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-01-04 |
I unashamedly love Gordon Ramsay, he's such a funny fellow when he's able to blow his top.
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