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I’ve watched Kitchen Nightmares off and on since it premiered, and the owners had a pretty common attitude among many of the show’s participants: Everything we do is great, but for some mysterious reason the restaurant isn’t doing well. Gordon Ramsay is going to come here and tell us how great we are and make everyone else realize it.
If you watch the entire episode, they state that almost word for word.
After watching the full episode, it was obvious to me that the wife should have simply opened a bakery; she apparently makes fantastic desserts, but is a not-so-great chef and particularly can’t keep up with the pressures of running a restaurant’s kitchen. That’s also a pretty common theme in other episodes of the show. It’s too bad that she and her husband are too full of themselves to take any constructive criticism. Ramsay wasn’t even that nasty to them, relatively speaking.
Romney approves of Duck Phillips’ treatment of Irish setters.
Not only is he the new Michael Scott, but this seems like a ploy to make people feel sorry for Nellie and somehow make her a likable character, which seems impossible at this point.
I really feel like Catherine Tate is slumming it on this show. Is this supposed to be her U.S. breakthrough role? Because I’m not sure how this is helping her career.
“Let’s just put aside the fact that he gave his ex cancer”
Did he? I thought she was poisoned to frame him for giving her cancer. He did dump her for a younger woman though. So, still a dick.
I can tolerate selfishness and egotism better when it’s coming from someone with demonstrable talent.
The more Gervais does his own thing, the more it looks like his success is a combination of luck and being carried by Stephen Merchant.
It doesn’t even matter if it was a few days. You have three days to take the morning-after pill after having *unprotected sex*, not after finding out you’re pregnant.
If this isn’t some sort of commentary on the result of abstinence-only education in rural Georgia, then the writers of the Walking Dead have some serious explaining to do.
As if the crucifix in a Baptist church wasn’t bad enough.