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'Hell's Kitchen': All talk and no action

Chef Gordon Ramsay of Hell's Kitchen
Chef Gordon Ramsay of Hell's Kitchen
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On Thursday night’s episode of “Hell’s Kitchen” with the teams compromised of only 4 chefs each, the famous taste test took place and those who talk the most, were the worse at it, Anton scored 1 point and Jason and Melanie zero points. Nevertheless, the Red Team who includes Kaisha, Joy, Scott and Anton managed to win and they received ice skating lessons, and in turn the Blue Team faced punishment in the form of ice delivery.

And then dinner service arrived and Gabriel well aware that he has nowhere else to hide was quite, almost morose, and chef Ramsay advised him that he needed to regroup, and he did just that along with the rest of the Blue Team who received praise from chef Ramsay on a flawless dinner service. But of course Melanie who is also somewhat delusional claim that it was due to her new arrival that the Blue Team succeeded, as though, she’d been the only one cooking throughout the night.

The Red Team on the other hand suffered many set backs, especially from Anton, who thought he could talk down to sous chef Andy; however, she would not have it and put him in his place quickly. But Anton during his private interview used some sexist remarks that were uncalled for, and continued blaming everything and everyone for his mistakes, behavior that goes beyond delusional and borders on insanity almost.

The Red Team consequently had to come up with the names of 2 chefs that should go up for elimination, and those were Scott and Anton. They both pleaded their case, but at the end, chef Ramsay sent Anton home pointing out the downward spiral in which he has been as of late. There are now only 7 chefs remaining and based on previews of next week's episode, it appears as though 1 of them allows the pressure to be their undoing.

“Hell’s Kitchen” runs on Thursday at 8 p.m. EDT on Fox.