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What Did You Think of Last Night's Kitchen Nightmares?

What Did You Think of Last Night's Kitchen Nightmares?

Last night's Kitchen Nightmares was my favorite episode so far. Unlike the restaurants featured in the past, the folks at Campagnia have the right attitudes. The owner really wants to succeed, the chef is passionate about cooking, and the waiters are capable of doing their jobs. What they lacked was a grown-up outlook to acknowledge the responsibilities of successfully running a restaurant. With Gordon Ramsay's expert guidance, they learn how to grow up. They are genuinely grateful and eagerly take his advice.

What did you think of the episode? Wouldn't tall, enthusiastic Gene be a great Top Chef contestant? Were you happy the tough-talking waitress won the waiter's competition? Did you laugh when Ramsay called a customer an old bag?

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aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
PJ I did too. :(
freegracefrom freegracefrom 9 years
I LOVE this show. So much more so than 'Hell's Kitchen.' I like the BBC version of this too. The only difference between the two shows that bugs me is the narrator on the US version. He makes it feel cheesy like every other boring network reality show out there. Why not let Ramsey narrate the US version too?
PJ-PJ-PJ PJ-PJ-PJ 9 years
Darn, I missed it again!
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Ladies what did I miss?
ilanac13 ilanac13 9 years
for as brash as gordon is - he knows what he's talking about with the restaurants that he goes into - and it was great to see that camapnias was willing to listen and change. they are much better off when they actually make money
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 9 years
I agree raieven, the bbc version is better and Gordon seems much more helpful. The American version primarily consists of yelling, cussing and pouting...and then a happy ending all wrapped up in a neat little one hour bow. I do love this show and last night's episode was the best one yet. Gordon wasn't too mean (seems like the American audience loves to watch him degrade people) and all of the employees were receptive to the change. The most hysterical part was when the drunk girl started yelling at the woman in the parking lot...I was dyinggggggg laughing!
Knight-Who-Says-Ni Knight-Who-Says-Ni 9 years
Augh, I KNEW there was a show on last night that I forgot to watch! I kept thinking there was something on tv, but couldn't remember what I had wanted to see. Oh well.
raieven raieven 9 years
i stopped watching this a few weeks ago, compared to the british version it seems fake, and as far as i recall gordon never bought anyone a new kitchen before. seems like i may have missed a good one last night though, oh well.
mamaseacat mamaseacat 9 years
There's too much on TV. I can't keep up but thanks to BuzzSugar she keeps me updated. I have a ton of shows on my DVR that I need to catch up on.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 9 years
I loved last nights episode. I understand how a manager/owner can somehow cross the line into "one of the guys" and stop wearing the boss hat, when that happens everyone will start walking all over you and not respect your authority or wishes. I thought that everyone was really open to the changes,I loved when his wife was basically begging Gordon "youre going to help, right? youre going to help?" She looked positively ragged out. When Gordon confronted that lady who was complaining, and called her an old bag i almost peed myself. Good lord did everyone see the portions this place was dishing out? the Fried Calamari APPETIZER could have fed 20.
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