After Two Noms, Lovely Leaves 'Hell's Kitchen' for Being Useless
Glenn Diaz
Glenn Diaz
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
One of the more interesting things on the last episode of Hell's Kitchen was the obligatory partnership between rivals Tennille and Suzanne and Van and Andy, thanks to Chef Ramsay coming up with such interesting pairings. But it's Lovely who ended up saying goodbye after being nominated twice. I don't know about you, but with just four episode in the bag and already having two close calls, maybe, just maybe, this isn't working out.

No one was really surprised when Lovely, a 23-year-old camp chef from Chicago, Illinois, was nominated again and chucked this time. She had trouble keeping track of the orders, but Chef Ramsay put it more succinctly: "If people were named for their cooking, her name wouldn't be Lovely, it would be Useless."

On to the more interesting stuff on Hell's Kitchen. The pairing of Tennille and Suzanne actually worked for the girls team in the team challenge where they needed to make sausages by hand. More importantly, I think the chefs had too much fun in the double entendres about the meat. These people are at least 23 years old. Even Chef Ramsay, all 42 years of him, told them that "Gentlemen, clearly comfortable with your meats!" when he found out that all of the guys have experience in sausage.

Nevertheless, Tennille did say that, "I have never disliked somebody that long for less than a millennium this much before in my life." Such an articulate woman.

The men didn't patch things up right away during their punishment, when Robert got in Kevin's face after he was blamed for the loss, plus complaints that he almost died last time on the show. Kind of whiny if you ask me. They work it out in the service, however, and with celebrities Tom Green, Drew Lachey and Kristy Swanson around, they better do.

- Glenn Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Fox
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