Hell's Kitchen Episodes

2005, TV Show

Hell's Kitchen Episode: "11 Chefs Compete"

Season 3, Episode 3
Episode Synopsis: Chef Ramsay orders the 10 remaining contestants to cook breakfast for visiting servicemen and women. Members of the winning team receive a day of R & R; for the losers it's KP. Then there's another dinner service to prepare. To say that the losing team does poorly is an understatement: One of the dishes is potentially poisonous, and it leads to stern measures from Ramsay.
Original Air Date: Jun 18, 2007

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Season 3, Episode 3
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June 18, 2007: "One Contestant Falls Seriously Ill" Season 3, Episode 3

Oh, Aaron! As soon as Rock had to help Aaron into his clothes (which I thought was very sweet of Rock, by the way), I knew that he was doomed. Well, that and the fact that the episode was titled "One Contestant Falls Seriously Ill." There was really no surprise who that "one contestant" would be. Poor Aaron just can't catch a break. First he had to be helped into his clothes, then he set fire to his station, and lastly, he collapsed in the kitchen. I think at this point, it was best for Aaron to throw in the towel (literally). And even though it was obviously in Aaron's best interest to go home, it still broke my heart a little to hear Chef Ramsay tell him he would not be returning to Hell's Kitchen. Meanwhile, it was a refreshing change to see Hell's Kitchen open for breakfast. I get sick of seeing the same meals prepared week after week so it was a nice change of pace... or cuisine, rather. The pace really never seems to change! My first thought was that Julia should have this one in the bag. Finally, her Waffle House expertise has become an asset rather than a shortcoming. She was in her element in this particular challenge, and I was happy to see her excel. I've liked Julia from the start and I was happy to see Chef Ramsay finally give her some recognition. Joanna, as I'm sure I've said before, really works my last nerve. I can tell Chef Ramsay has been losing what little patience he has with her, and fast. And then she served that rancid crab! Yuck. Then there's Jen, taking spaghetti out of the trash! The trash. Julia was right to stop Jen, not only for the sake of the diners, but for Jen's own sake as well. I can't even imagine what Chef Ramsay would have said had he caught her in the act, although I'm sure it would have involved the words "donkey," "pig" and countless expletives. Seriously, Jen, the trash? As for the rest of the girls, it made me angry that they all turned against Julia when she was really the only stellar performer of the day. How in the world can you vote someone into elimination over the girl who took food out of the garbage? Please! Good thing Jen spoke up to vote herself in. I have to say, it was a tough call between rancid crab and garbage-spaghetti. But I think Chef Ramsay made the right decision, and I was not unhappy to see Joanna leave Hell's Kitchen. As for the boys' team, Rock seems to be on top of his game. Now that Aaron's gone, there really isn't anyone on the boys' team who I am hoping gets sent home anytime soon. But, in the true spirit of Hell's Kitchen, I'm sure that will change! Let me know what you guys think of tonight's episode and who you're rooting for thus far! Find video from Hell's Kitchen in our Online Video Guide. show less
Oh, Aaron! As soon as Rock had to help Aaron into his clothes (which I thought was very sweet of Rock, by the way), I knew that he was doomed. Well, that and the fact that the episode was titled “One Contestant Falls Seriously Ill.” There was really no surprise who that “one contestant” would be. Poor Aaron just can’t catch a break. First he had to be helped into his clothes, then he set fire to his station, and lastly, he collapsed in the kitchen. I think at this point, it was best for Aaron to throw in the towel (literally). And even though it was obviously in Aaron’s best interest to go home, it still broke my heart a little to hear Chef Ramsay tell him he would not be returning to Hell’s Kitchen.Meanwhile, it was a refreshing change to see Hell’s Kitchen open for breakfast. I get sick of seeing the same meals prepared week after week so it was a nice change of pace... or cuisine, rather. The pace really never seems to change! My first thou... read more

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Premise: Reality fare in which renowned chef Gordon Ramsay tutors---and taunts---aspiring restaurateurs who are competing for the chance to launch their own eatery. Based on a British series of the same name.

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