Hell's Kitchen: Preview of Episode 6.3
Glenn Diaz
Glenn Diaz
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
On the next episode of Hell's Kitchen, we get the thrilling continuation of the Joseph-going-off-on-Gordon-Ramsay incident at the end of the Fox cooking show's two-hour premiere last week. On tonight's edition of Hell's Kitchen, the 14 remaining chefs (meaning an additional two will be eliminated at the onset of the episode) are woken up in the middle of the night and called to the restaurant for an impromptu challenge. What they find is Gordon Ramsay and a room full of hungry firefighters waiting.

The teams, then, must cook a pasta dinner complete with garlic bread for the local heroes, with the first team to feed their group of firefighters first wins. The reward for the challenge will include a day of relaxation, while the losers will have to deal with washing, polishing, and waxing the fire engines. Unfortunately, Fox is reporting that two contestants are rushed to the hospital for injuries.

Just the same, the chefs are still competing for the grand prize of head chef position at the Canadian restaurant of Araxi in Whistler, British Columbia.

The much-talked about ending of Hell's Kitchen last week included former US Marine and sous chef Joseph from New York going off on Ramsay, tearing off his jacket, and getting into Ramsay's face, with f bombs flying all over the place. Earlier, asking him to give the first nominee, Ramsay made a reference to his background by telling Joseph, "That's a pretty sorry battalion you got there," to which Joseph said, "I know it is." Ignoring Ramsay's question, he asked the men could speak for themselves and that "they know who they are."

After giving the Tony and Andy's names, Ramsay called him "slightly stupid." Ramsay was clearly not satisfied with his answers, while Joseph started throwing the f bombs, not sparing the other contestants who tried to calm him down. Maybe he's trying to show Ramsay that he's already ready to be like him?

Catch tonight's episode of Hell's Kitchen at 8pm on Fox.

- Glenn Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Fox
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