Amy’s Baking Company was the most nightmarish Kitchen Nightmare of all, a restaurant run by rage-filled lunatics so unwilling to change that even Gordon Ramsay just gave up. Two years after owners Amy and Samy Bouzaglo melted down on national TV, they’ve finally realized that customer service might not be their strong suit. Amy’s Baking Co. will close as a restaurant, and the couple plans to run a wholesale bakery under the same name.
Looks like our skepticism regarding Percy Foster—the 35-year-old dwarf, Gordon Ramsay look-a-like, and porn star whose murder by hungry Welsh badgers captivated the world/Internet—was well-founded: Foster seems to be a made-up man, as mythical as the Gordon Ramsay look-a-like unicorn and the Gordon Ramsay look-a-like minotaur.
U.K. tabloid Sunday Sport recently introduced the world to Percy Foster, a 35-year-old dwarf porn star whose career was just beginning to catch fire. It was all because an observant production assistant on the set of Hi-Ho Hi-Ho, It's Up Your Arse We Go had noticed how much Foster looked like celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. But just as Foster was set to join the rarefied ranks of celebrity lookalike dwarf porn stars, tragedy struck: The body of the 3' 6" performer has been discovered in a badger's den, partially eaten.
"Bloody 'ell!" That ejaculation is likely issuing forth from the lips of celebrity restaurateur Gordon Ramsay—as well as "Come on," and "You donkey!"—as he contemplates the ongoing sexism-related labor dispute that has shut down the fancy NYC restaurant bearing his name since last weekend. "Fuck me!" he is also likely saying. "This is a real Kitchen Nightmare!" he is adding, in all likelihood. "What is this, a real life Hell's Kitchen?" he is wondering aloud, we also believe.
In the most aggressive season to date, Nona and Russell battled through sabotage, near fistfights, and incompetent teammates to make it this far. However, when the winner is finally announced, the second place chef doesn't take it gracefully at all.
Almost every season one lucky challenge winner gets a "makeover" consisting of a haircut and new clothes. It's officially overkill now since this is probably third time there's been a wardrobe makeover this season. Makeover montage and reactions inside.
Someone took the final episode of MasterChef — in which the chefs prepare desserts — and spliced in TV dinners in place of their dishes. The commentary remains the same so you have the judges applauding microwave ramen.
Sometimes chefs need to let off some steam when the pressure gets too high in the kitchen. That can happen in two ways: they go unwind and have some fun or they explode and get bitchy. Guess who picked which?
After Nilka Hendricks disappoints Chef Ramsey during service, he kicks her out of the competition, but she comes back in a whirlwind of violence and remorse. Not the most graceful of exits from the kitchen, but a heartfelt reconciliation followed.