Kitchen Nightmares Episode Guide

Kitchen Nightmares Episode Guide

Critics have commented that Fox’s adaptation of Kitchen Nightmares strayed from the strengths of the original Channel 4 series. Maureen Ryan of the Chicago Tribune said, “Leave it to Fox to take something the Brits did pretty well and muck it up”. She added, “Never mind the cooking; this edition of the show appears to be more interested in playing up the family dramas at the restaurants Ramsay visits”. Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times commented, “Whereas the British Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares is fundamentally a food show — it has interesting things to show you about how a restaurant runs and a kitchen works, the wonders of local markets and what you can make from them if you’re Gordon Ramsay or willing to follow his instructions — the Fox edition emphasizes mishap, argument and emotional breakdown almost to the exclusion of cuisine”.
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Kitchen Nightmares Episode Guide

Thanks for this, watching the episodes and then coming here to see what happened is great. Totally blew my mind about Season 1 of the US, Campania. I have to say I knew something was up with Joe, like when he had to choose who to send home and all the prettiest girls stayed. Was the Jessica in the episode the one he ended up sleeping with? His poor wife.. she went through such a roller-coaster with that guy to then be let down so hard. Where did all that money come from? When Gordon went to their house it was ridiculous, with the teenage son with 3 professional looking guitars expertly hanging in his room. Joe goes onto to shrug and smile when he tells Gordon he's lost 120 grand. Yes, something was very wrong with the whole thing and to later hear how it ended.. tragic but I think Joe never really cared about anything beyond having a good time.
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Kitchen Nightmares Episode Guide

Anonymous21 October 2013 at 20:55Thanks for this, watching the episodes and then coming here to see what happened is great. Totally blew my mind about Season 1 of the US, Campania. I have to say I knew something was up with Joe, like when he had to choose who to send home and all the prettiest girls stayed. Was the Jessica in the episode the one he ended up sleeping with? His poor wife.. she went through such a roller-coaster with that guy to then be let down so hard. Where did all that money come from? When Gordon went to their house it was ridiculous, with the teenage son with 3 professional looking guitars expertly hanging in his room. Joe goes onto to shrug and smile when he tells Gordon he's lost 120 grand. Yes, something was very wrong with the whole thing and to later hear how it ended.. tragic but I think Joe never really cared about anything beyond having a good time.ReplyDelete
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Ms. Jean's Southern Cuisine(Season 5, Episode 4) FYI Chef Ramsay travels to Pittsburgh to help a retired special-education teacher turned restaurant owner, whose eatery is plagued by negative customer feedback and blame games among the staff.
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The Mixing Bowl is a bijou diner in Bellmore, New York run by talented chef Billy, his wife Lisa and their manager Mike. The business is haemorrhaging money via Mike's out-of-control marketing plans.Strong languageThis episode is subtitled44 mins
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S7, Ep9 16 May 2014 Bella Luna Three years ago, Rosaria and her two sons moved from New York to Easton, PA, to open an Italian restaurant called Bella Luna. Rosaria bought the restaurant to fulfill son Gianfranco’s dream of becoming a chef. But despite the best of intentions, the restaurant is failing. Bella Luna’s future looks especially grim due to Gianfranco’s lack of real experience in the kitchen, combined with his mother’s refusal to acknowledge the restaurant’s flaws. Find out if Chef Ramsay can save the restaurant and restore this family’s dream.
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16 May 2014 Bella Luna Three years ago, Rosaria and her two sons moved from New York to Easton, PA, to open an Italian restaurant called Bella Luna. Rosaria bought the restaurant to fulfill son Gianfranco’s dream of becoming a chef. But despite the best of intentions, the restaurant is failing. Bella Luna’s future looks especially grim due to Gianfranco’s lack of real experience in the kitchen, combined with his mother’s refusal to acknowledge the restaurant’s flaws. Find out if Chef Ramsay can save the restaurant and restore this family’s dream.
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Three years ago, Rosaria and her two sons moved from New York to Easton, PA, to open an Italian restaurant called Bella Luna. Rosaria bought the restaurant to fulfill son Gianfranco’s dream of becoming a chef. But despite the best of intentions, the restaurant is failing. Bella Luna’s future looks especially grim due to Gianfranco’s lack of real experience in the kitchen, combined with his mother’s refusal to acknowledge the restaurant’s flaws. Find out if Chef Ramsay can save the restaurant and restore this family’s dream.
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In the kitchen their head chef, Stuart is on the brink of a nervous breakdown. He’s forced to cook for four restaurants including a fine dining upstairs, and a Japanese restaurant in the basement, but it’s when he loses his coveted AA award that he really hits rock bottom. Eccentric, overstaffed and on the point of collapse can Gordon bring this real life Fawlty Towers back from the edge?
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Ginia Bellafante of the New York Times found Ramsay’s teaching methods and high standards “undeniably hypnotic” and commented that “the thrill of watching Mr. Ramsay is in witnessing someone so at peace with his own arrogance.” Doug Elfman of the Chicago Sun-Times said the show is “a very entertaining public service” that “will make you laugh, make you sick and make you think”. Randy Cordova of the Arizona Republic found Ramsay “just as blustery and foul-mouthed here as he is on Hell’s Kitchen. But he is also oddly endearing, mainly because he genuinely seems invested in the fate of each restaurant”.

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