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      Season 4 – Hell's Kitchen

      2008 Special Interest Reality List
      Reviews 50% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Gordon Ramsay hosts a fiery cooking competition in which the winner receives a head chef position. Read More Read Less Watch on Peacock Stream Now

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Apr 1, 2008 15 Chefs Compete Fifteen vie for the position of executive chef at Gordon Ramsay's new restaurant, scheduled to open in the summer of 2008; Gordon gets physically sick from a contestant's concoction; one contestant goes missing. Details Episode 2 Aired Apr 8, 2008 14 Chefs Compete Each team must accurately slice a halibut into six-ounce fillets; one member of each team must work as the maitre d' while the others staff the kitchen; one chef is eliminated. Details Episode 3 Aired Apr 15, 2008 13 Chefs Compete The contestants race to cook perfectly-plucked chickens; the contestants are asked to serve chicken family-style at the dinner service. Details Episode 4 Aired Apr 22, 2008 12 Chefs Compete On family night, the team that makes the most fresh pasta for that night's dinner service wins a day of fun at the Santa Monica Pier; an accident sends one contestant to the hospital. Details Episode 5 Aired Apr 29, 2008 11 Chefs Compete The aspiring chefs compete to create the best gourmet pizza, after which the winning team will enjoy a gourmet meal in Santa Barbara and the losing team will take and deliver pizza orders. Details Episode 6 Aired May 6, 2008 10 Chefs Compete The chefs must cater to a group of teens when a picky 16-year-old asks for her fantasy birthday celebration. Details Episode 7 Aired May 13, 2008 9 Chefs Compete Chef Ramsay conducts a blindfold taste-test challenge to see who can distinguish pork from chicken, and potatoes from polenta. Details Episode 8 Aired May 20, 2008 8 Chefs Compete The chefs must create four dishes with 20 ingredients; a medic rushes to the kitchen when one team member slices more than food. Details Episode 9 Aired May 27, 2008 7 Chefs Compete The teams must prepare dishes in a relay race; the winning team gets a day of fun in the sun; the losing team must clean the entire restaurant; one chef is eliminated. Details Episode 10 Aired Jun 3, 2008 6 Chefs Compete Two teams are combined into one, and each chef is given one main ingredient and asked to create a dish suitable to chef Ramsay's palate; during the dinner service, the chefs have difficulty getting food out to the patrons. Details Episode 11 Aired Jun 10, 2008 5 Chefs Compete The chefs are challenged to teach cooking-impaired housewives how to make a gourmet meal; chefs Mark Peel and Ben Ford treat the challenge winner to a one-on-one course; the chefs struggle to balance a dozen appetizers, entrees and desserts. Details Episode 12 Aired Jun 17, 2008 4 Chefs Compete The final four chefs prepare a special luncheon for 80 pregnant women, who choose their favorite dish and send the winner on a $1,000 shopping spree; during the dinner service, one chef gets careless and burns chef Ramsay's hand. Details Episode 13 Aired Jun 24, 2008 3 Chefs Compete Chef Ramsay invites the final three chefs and a few special guests to a breakfast he prepared, and asks the chefs to recreate a signature dish; the chefs each take a turn running the hot plate during the dinner service. Details Episode 14 Aired Jul 1, 2008 2 Chefs Compete The final two chefs are rewarded with a trip to New York, where they are asked to prepare their signature dishes; the chefs must prove their skill and passion by designing and running their own restaurants; Whoopi Goldberg makes an appearance. Details Episode 15 Aired Jul 8, 2008 Winner Announced The final two chefs have one last dinner service to prove that they have what it takes to work in chef Ramsay's restaurant; the winner is chosen. Details Next
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      Critics Reviews

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      Previous Rene Lynch Los Angeles Times Never one to miss an opportunity for a zinger, Ramsay said the special occasion turned out to be "special all right. Especially painful." Mar 28, 2019 Full Review Whitney Pastorek Entertainment Weekly I find this show oddly comforting. As Chef Ramsay himself might put it, "Same s---, different day." Mar 28, 2019 Full Review Andy Dehnart Reality Blurred As always, it was kind of an awkward finale, considering how much time and effort the whole season spent on the chefs' incompetence. Apr 2, 2020 Full Review Michelle Tauber People Magazine It's no Top Chef -- those contestants can actually cook, whereas this group appears to be doing their best not to catch fire -- but it's wickedly delicious fun all the same. Mar 27, 2019 Full Review Next
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      Audience Ratings

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      Previous Regal R 90/100 - the fact that critics gave this show 36% and cry about ramsay being "hostile" is genuinely sad and pathetic. I feel bad for them because they'll never be able to appreciate or do anything of value in life. This show is great. Almost everything Ramsay does is great. It's always funny, even though its predictable it makes for easily digestible comfort food (pun intended). I like knowing Ramsays about to rip someone a new one when they talk back. I also like his softer side which you can see in jr chef. thats how you know his "character" or persona is just that, and he's not just a rude malicious person. he's clearly just passionate about his work and a great entertainer. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 03/09/23 Full Review Audience Member This is the best season of Hells Kitchen. The cast of chefs is the best of the series and Chef Ramsay is at his funniest. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Sharon Trojan Hollinger, Mark W. Roden
      Executive Producer
      Paul Jackson, Arthur Smith, Kent Weed, Gordon Ramsay
      Network
      Fox
      Rating
      TV-14 (L)
      Genre
      Special Interest, Reality
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Apr 1, 2008
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