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      Season 7 – Hell's Kitchen

      2010 Special Interest Reality List
      Reviews 40% 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

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      Episode 1 Aired Jun 1, 2010 16 Chefs Compete Chef Ramsay announces that the 16 contestants must successfully complete the opening dinner service, but he may be forced to eat his words. Details Episode 2 Aired Jun 8, 2010 15 Chefs Compete The team with the most properly cooked eggs wins a helicopter tour of Los Angeles; when a chef gets into an argument with Ramsay, it threatens a team. Details Episode 3 Aired Jun 15, 2010 14 Chefs Compete The chefs learn about teamwork when they are asked to make lunch for hungry college students. Details Episode 4 Aired Jun 15, 2010 13 Chefs Compete Each team must craft a dish with ingredients determined by a roll of the dice. Details Episode 5 Aired Jun 22, 2010 12 Chefs Compete The red team fails to stay cool under pressure while preparing barbecue. Details Episode 6 Aired Jun 22, 2010 11 Chefs Compete An unexpected twist surprises the contestants. Details Episode 7 Aired Jun 29, 2010 10 Chefs Compete Each contestant is asked to make an original gourmet sandwich; a disgruntled customer argues with chef Ramsay during the dinner service; Ramsay switches up the teams. Details Episode 8 Aired Jun 29, 2010 9 Chefs Compete Each contestant is asked to make an original gourmet sandwich; a disgruntled customer argues with chef Ramsay during the dinner service; Ramsay switches up the teams. Details Episode 9 Aired Jul 6, 2010 8 Chefs Compete The contestants participate in a blind tasting challenge; the teams must create original menus. Details Episode 10 Aired Jul 6, 2010 7 Chefs Compete An ingredient causes some contestants to snap; the teams join together to complete a service during dinner theater. Details Episode 11 Aired Jul 20, 2010 6 Chefs The chefs must impress Ramsay with a picture-perfect dish. Details Episode 12 Aired Jul 20, 2010 5 Chefs Compete The chefs must create a delicious dish that costs $10 or less; the contestants continually switch stations during the dinner service. Details Episode 13 Aired Jul 27, 2010 4 Chefs Compete The contestants teach bachelors with no cooking experience how to prepare a monkfish; a contestant is accused of sabotage. Details Episode 14 Aired Aug 3, 2010 2 Chefs Compete Ramsay tests the chefs' ability to identify flavors and ingredients by asking them to recreate one of his specialties; a contestant becomes overwhelmed. Details Episode 15 Aired Aug 10, 2010 Winner Announced The final two contestants get a preview of the executive chef experience and are presented with a nerve-wracking challenge; the winner is announced. Details

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      Darren Franich Entertainment Weekly Autumn is playing a dangerous game here: trying to seize political power makes sense in most gameshows, but it's not that helpful when the competition is presided over by a roaring elephant-dragon with a thick Scot-Brit accent. Mar 28, 2019 Full Review Kris King Slant Magazine The real problem with Hell's Kitchen, however, is that the show suffers, as it always has, from an edginess overload. Rated: 2.5/4 Mar 27, 2019 Full Review

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      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 Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Paul Jackson, Arthur Smith, Kent Weed
      Special Interest, Reality
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Jun 1, 2010