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Hell's Kitchen/Season 4

Hell's Kitchen is an American cooking reality show based on the British program of the same title, where Chef Gordon Ramsay puts aspiring chefs through different challenges and dinner services to decide who is the best. Season four aired from April 1 to July 8, 2008 on FOX. The winner was Christina Machamer. The narrator of the show is Jason Thompson.

Episode One [4.01]Edit

[the fifteen chefs enter Hell's Kitchen and meet Jean Philippe. Among them is Chef Ramsay in disguise.]
Jean Philippe: Welcome to Hell's Kitchen. You must be all very excited to meet Chef Gordon Ramsay. Actually, I'm quite good at doing an impression of him. "ONE SPAGHETTI! ONE RISOTTO! ONE CRAB! WHAT IS THIS?! NOOOOOOOOOOO! IT'S OVERCOOKED!!" What about you? Can you do a little impression of Gordon?
Shayna: "WHERE'S THE LAMB SAUCE?!!"
Jean Philippe: How about you?
Jason: "Come on! Where is it?!"
Jean Philippe: I think you're going to have to work on it. What about you big guy?
Gordon: (steps up front) Jean Philippe, it's time to open Hell's Kitchen.
Bobby: (interview) Damn, he's doing it real good.
Gordon: Come here you! You donkey!
Shayna: (interview) Wait a minute.
Gordon: STOP! Shut it down!
Louross: (interview) I know that voice.
Gordon: That's right. It's me. (removes his disguise. The chefs start screaming and hollering.)
Rosann: (interview) Oh, my God! I've been sitting next to the chef on the bus the whole (bleep) time!
Dominic: (interview) Whoo! Didn't know it was coming.

[Signature Dishes]
Gordon: Please god, let there be something on the next plate. (reveals Matt's signature dish.) Woah.
Matt: (interview) My signature dish is going to help me stand out, because I'm a true culinary. I understand what Gordon's looking for.
Gordon: What is it?
Matt: I call it Exotic Tartare. Because it's with venison and diver scallops, with caviar and white chocolate and...
Gordon: Whoa stop. Let me get this right again. Either that or I'm just about to be Punk'd. Diver scallops chopped up, caviar and white chocolate. Do you smoke?
Matt: Cigarettes?
Gordon: No. Raw venison, raw quail egg, lime zest, olive oil, scallops, caviar and grated white chocolate. (takes a taste) Capers as well. (chews for about 15 seconds then throws it up in the bin.)
Narrator: After a disastrous start to the signature dish tasting, Chef Ramsay has lost more than just his hope.
Gordon: That must be one of the worst combinations I've ever tasted in 21 years of cooking. Piss off will you?
Matt: (interview) I really don't understand what Chef Ramsay didn't like about the dish. I'm a little boggled on that.
Gordon: (picks up the platter and throws it into the trash can) Unreal!

Narrator: With Rosann's dish receiving a good review from Chef Ramsay, things might be looking up.
Gordon: (reveals Petrozza's dish, which is a whole pumpkin) Oh, (bleep) me...
Narrator: ...Or are they?
Gordon: What in the (bleep)? Happy Halloween?
Petrozza: (interview) People ask me what my speciality is. But, I don't have a speciality; I can cook anything.
Gordon: What is that?
Petrozza: There's a Cornish hen inside, Chef.
Gordon: A Cornish hen? What'd you do to it to get it in there?
Petrozza: It got in there-- I got it in-- I got it in there.
Gordon: Holy shit. (removes the pumpkin) These are potatoes?
Petrozza: Yes, sir.
Gordon: In how much grease and fat and oil did you fry 'em?
Petrozza: There's some butter in there.
Gordon: (holding up the potatoes, letting a ton of grease run off his arm) Some butter in that?
Petrozza: That's a lot of butter.
Gordon: Well, just stop there. That goes in there. (scrapes the potatoes into the bin) And let's see what we got for trick-or-treat, shall we?
Petrozza: Okay.
Gordon: (removes the top of the pumpkin,) Oh, my god... How do you get in there and eat it? I mean, am I missing a trick?
Petrozza: It's plated tableside.
Gordon: Oh.
Petrozza: It's- it's presented like that.
Gordon: Alright, off you go. (Petrozza splits the pumpkin open, revealing a greasy blob of food.) Oh, my god. Okay, stop right there. I don't think I'll get through that, do you?
Petrozza: Okay, no.
Gordon: So, what's the, uh... dish called?
Petrozza: "Hen in a Pumpkin."
Gordon: Right now, looking at that mess, I'd like to stick your (bleep) head in there, you know that. (tastes the dish) It's dry.
Petrozza: Yeah, well...
Gordon: And the pumpkin's not even seasoned inside, it's bland! You'd have a better chance of sticking a candle in there for Halloween to make me happy than you would sticking a hen in there. (Bleep) off.
Petrozza: (interview) Chef Ramsay said he was looking for something memorable. And you know, I believe my dish was memorable.

[Petrozza is performing tableside flambés in the dining room.]
Gordon: Petrozza, don't set the room on fire you donkey.

Gordon: (to Dominic and his scallops) Touch that. Rubber. They're rubber! They're like a ball elastic bands. It's like a (bleep) golf ball, GOLF BALL!
Dominic: (interview) I couldn't saute a scallop to save my ass tonight.
Gordon: Everything you cooked, you screwed. Have you ever cooked a scallop before?
Dominic: (interview) Whooooo! What a disaster!
Gordon: He hasn't got the tuna in! Why are you putting more scallops in there? And you're like this on the scallops. (mocks Dominic, holding out his right hand with a shocked face) Oh, (bleep) ME! (Bleep)! Bobby, I'm looking for someone to take control of this disgusting, embarrassing mess. He (Jason) doesn't give a (bleep), he's (Dominic) dreaming, he's (Matt) standing there, pissing his pants and looking for his tartare, caviar and white chocolate crap and he's (Louross) just running around like a toilet brush. IS ANYBODY GOING TO TAKE CONTROL?!!
Dominic: Jump in there, Bobby. Jump in there, baby.
Bobby: I don't want to jump in! You guys, you guys got it over there! It's going to make so much confusion if I get in over there. You've got six sets of hands over there, you don't need eight sets. I don't want to join the chaos.
Craig: (interview) He's the captain. I mean, to just be like, "Yeah, uh, I don't want to get in this chaos," that's like saying "(Bleep) you, I quit!"

[After yet another failed attempt by the blue team to serve their first appetizers]
Gordon: (with some bland sauce) Come here! Taste that, all of you! Run Dominic! You lazy (bleep)! And you put your fingers in there. OH, MY GOD! (takes a spoonful out) Look, snot! (tosses the sauce away) (Bleep) off. (kicks the bins) USELESS (bleep) PIECES OF (bleep)!! You all know it's crap, yet not one of you have got the (bleep) to do anything about it!
Jason: I haven't tasted it yet.
Louross: Guys, it's just simple! Go man, come on, just redo it! Season it with a bit of salt and pepper, that's all. (interview) I didn't see anyone taste their food today. You just need to get into your groove, as if you're making love to the kitchen.
Gordon: (to Bobby) Hey, you, take that badge off, give it to that little (bleep) over there! Thank god someone's got a set of (bleep)!
Bobby: (interview) I'm not the type to be like, "Oh, my God, I'm a bad chef now." No, no, not at all! Louross can have that captain's position. I'm still a general. To me, he's still a private.

Narrator: As Louross tries to whip the blue team into shape. The red team has served appetizers to three more tables.
Rosann: Are we ready now with that beef?
Corey: We're ready.
Narrator: And are starting their first entrées.
Gordon: Who cooked this chicken?
Corey: I did chef.
Gordon: Come here! Let's get all together now. You hold the chicken.
Rosann: Yes sir. Oh (bleep).
Gordon: Pass it around.
Corey: (interview) I thought a pan was going to get thrown, a glass was going to get shattered. Someone was getting hurt.
Gordon: Throw me the ball. (Sharon throws the chicken to Gordon) Let's (bleep)...(Throws the chicken hard against the oven) play rounders!
Corey: (interview) It happened to be the chicken so, sorry to the chicken.
Gordon: It's rubber! Plastic dry (bleep)!

[the customers have begun leaving. Jean-Philippe returns to the pass]

Gordon: What's the matter?
Jean-Philippe: They are leaving, chef.
Gordon: What?
[cuts to the diners walking out]
Jean-Philippe: It's going empty.
Gordon: (to both teams) STOP!! Look out there! Your customers have gone! Shut it down! Clear down!

Episode Two [4.02]Edit

[Gordon makes everyone dig into the garbage for all the food that the chefs wasted the night before.]
Gordon: You should be ashamed of yourselves. We're not talking about a couple hundred dollars, we're in for thousands of dollars there just carelessly put in the trash as if no one gives a (bleep). You all better start giving a damn. Now go and get showered and meet me in the kitchen. You stink!

Bobby: (interview) I've never been on a yacht before. The only boat I've gotten close to was The Love Boat on TV.

Gordon: Is it really too much to know the menu inside and out? Eat, drink, sleep, breathe it? I've got 3,000 dishes between my ears. Pathetic.

Gordon: You (Christina) and you (Sharon) are putting the kitchen to (bleep). Can you move and wake up a bit, please, yes?
Christina: Yes, chef!
Gordon: You're both pissing around like a pair of Barbie twins! (Sharon sticks her tongue out) Sharon, you're scaring me. You look like a female version of (bleep) Hannibal Lecter. Put your (bleep) tongue in and concentrate.
Sharon: Yes, chef.
Gordon: Hannibal!

Jean-Philippe: (to a customer) It's raw? Okay, we'll do another one for you. (brings the dish to the pass)
Gordon: Oh, (bleep) off...
Jean-Philippe: That's Table 31, Chef. This is not cooked.
Gordon: Blue? Come here, you!! Oy, all of you, come here!! [to Sharon] You've stopped, [to Christina] you've given up, [to Matt] you're setting the place on fire, [to Jason] and you're sending me raw fish, that's (bleep) cold and (bleep) raw!
Jason: It's not mine.
Gordon: "It's not mine." How dare you. It's just come back from the table!!
Jason: Oh, okay.
Gordon: SHUT IT DOWN!! [to Jean-Philippe] GET THE (bleep) OUT!!!

Gordon: Sharon clearly showed great attention to detail. Unfortunately, it wasn't for her cooking. It was for her makeup.

Episode Three [4.03]Edit

Narrator: As the men go off for a day of hard labor, Chef Ramsay and the women are off to the Sunset Strip. Little does Chef know...
Gordon: Okay. Off we go.
Narrator: One of Hell's Kitchen's former chefs is a regular at the Saddle Ranch.

(The mechanical bull turns around, and it reveals that it's Aaron on the mechanical bull)

Aaron: Yee-hah! Howdy Chef Ramsay!
Gordon: Oh, my God.
Aaron: (goes over and hugs Gordon) Good to see you Chef.
Gordon: I feel like crying (pretends to cry)
Aaron: (laughs) Don't cry, Chef!

Gordon: Jason, you're on desserts. Don't eat any.

Narrator: While General Bobby feeds his troops in the Blue dining room, customers on the Red side are sending out distress signals.

[Cut to a table, where customers have spelled "S.O.S" with pieces of bread.]

Narrator: ...But the diners aren't the only ones in need of rescue.

[Cut to the Red kitchen, where Rosann's meat pan catches fire.]

Gordon: Oh, no. Oh, no, come on. Stop. Stop. Stop! Stand back! Stand back! Stand BACK!! [removes the meat from the pan] There's cooking, in this (bleep) bonfire-- STAND BACK!! Same (bleep), different day. [throws the pan in the sink, where the fire blows up, then dies.] This is (bleep) embarrassing!!
Rosann: (interview) My mind is racing, my heart is pounding...
Gordon: That's not a (bleep) saute pan, that's a FURNACE!!! LOOK AT THE MEAT!!!
Rosann: (interview) I blew four pieces of meat on there. It was just really horrible for me. I'm hopin' I'm never going to have that happen again.
Gordon: IT'S SCORCHED!!! Cooking, my arse!!

Narrator: As the Red team, once again, starts over on their entrées, Jason starts preparing his first desserts.
Jason: Is this the right way to do it? I hope it is.
Jason: (interview) I don't have a clue on this earth what I'm doing. I hate desserts! They're tedious! Women can make desserts, y'know? It ain't my thing.
Jason: [to Louross] ...5 minutes for the creme brulee, so I have two of those in.
Louross: Your creme brulee's done already!
Jason: No, it's not. That's not cooked.
Louross: That's cooked!
Jason: Oh, (Bleep).
Jason: (interview) The soufflés looked like muffins in a cup! I don't know what was wrong, because I don't know desserts, but I know they would not come up for nothing!
Gordon: Jason!
Jason: Yes?
Gordon: What's happening with the desserts?
Jason: The souffles are not coming out at all; they're sticking!
Gordon: Come here a minute.
Jason: Okay. (goes over to Gordon) I cannot get them to come up, they're sticking really bad, they look like (bleep), they look like muffins.
Gordon: (in a fast tone) So, are we going to take it off the menu, are we going to do something constructive, are we going to do anything about it...
Jason: I'm, I'm trying something new. I'm going to take some sugar and rub it around the rim, and try to get that... and... that's what I'm trying to do right now.
Gordon: You're going to get some sugar and rub it around the rim?
Jason: Sugar- no, no--sugar, butter, and the cocoa powder, and see if that keeps them from sticking. (Gordon walks over to the hotplate and starts banging his head on the counter.)

[Gordon checks on salmon brought up by Ben Caylor]

Gordon: Ben! (pounds the counter) Salmon's raw in the middle!
Ben: Oh, maybe a little under.
Gordon: It's pink! Come here you, hey, stop! (calls the blue team) Come here!
Gordon: [starts distributing pieces of salmon to the members] That was just brought to me, taste. Taste, taste, yeah, yeah? (pounds the workstation and kicks the bin) (Bleep)! (Bleep)!! What in the (bleep) is GOING ON?! (kicks the bins) All of you come here! Get in there! (the red kitchen) Let's put one (bleep) mess with another (bleep) mess! Get in there! There you go, join forces. We've gone backwards! And you're (Vanessa) just all over the place! And you're (Jason) just hopeless! And you (Ben) don't care! Pathetic! And then you look at me gaumless like the salmon's raw when it was requested medium. And what did you say?
Ben: Different techniques.
Gordon: (throws his towel away) (Bleep) OFF! Not good enough! I'm not going to continue this any longer. Winning team? Forget it! What's so (bleep) complicated?! Christina, you made an effort to get all the appetizers out. Thank god! Unfortunately, we got screwed when it came to the first entrée. You've got to go upstairs and nominate one individual that's leaving here.
Christina: Yes, chef.
Gordon: Petrozza, you stayed with it. Your mind was clear. The attitude was strong. Get upstairs and think about who you are going to nominate. One from the blue and one from the red. Now GET OUT!
Red and Blue team: Yes, chef.

[Bobby waves to some ladies that he served tableside]

Gordon: Bob come here. Yeah I wouldn't go around looking for applauders right now. Right now is the wrong (bleep) TIME! GET OUT!!!
Bobby: Yes.
Gordon: Jackarse waving at them! What do we have to wave about?! I don't care! GET OUT!!!

Episode Four [4.04]Edit

[Ben has to clean up all the manure outside the restaurant.]
Scott: This is what happens when you don't win challenges Ben.

Narrator: 45 minutes into dinner service, blue diners are enjoying their appetizers.
Boy: The onion rings are good. I like them.
Narrator: The onion rings are getting positive reviews.
[Cut to a blue table where a boy is biting into a raw chicken wing cooked by Matt]
Narrator: The chicken however...
Gordon: (As Jean-Philippe returns the chicken.) Oh no. Oh no! Raw chicken?
Jean-Philippe: Yeah, raw chicken chef.
Gordon: Oh (bleep) hell. GENTLEMEN!! (slams the plates down) RAW CHICKEN! Matt! (kicks the bins.) Pink and bloody! (Throws the chicken in the bin) Come here you (bleep, bleep)!
Matt: Yes, chef.
Gordon: What the (bleep) are you doing?
Matt: Yes, chef. Sorry chef, it won't happen again.
Craig: (interview) Oh, my God. That's pretty major. If a kid is biting into a chicken wing that's raw, that's just (bleep) nasty.
Gordon: It's the tartare again with you isn't it?
[Flashback to day 1 where Matt's Exotic Tartare made Gordon vomit.]
Gordon: That's what it is, isn't it? That's what you can do?
Matt: No it's not chef. (interview) I was this close to his face and I didn't even blink at him.
Gordon: You can manage to (bleep) up raw food. WAKE UP!!
Matt: Yes, chef! (interview) I'm not going to break. I'm not here to break. He's not going to break me as a person.

Gordon: Hey, Craig! Four macaroni, one burger, one spaghetti of clam, and you've given me meatballs. One's called a (bleep) meatball, and one's called a clam. Spaghetti is clam, meatball is meatball. Where's the spaghetti of clams?
Craig: Right here, chef.
[Gordon eats a piece of spaghetti, and instantly spits it back out]
Gordon: (Bleep)! (kicks a bin) Raw!
Ben Caylor: Don't worry about it. Start over, fast.
Craig: I got it, I got it, I got it.
Gordon: So, how long?
[Craig tries to snatch a pair of tongs from Bobby]
Craig: I got it.
Bobby: (pulling the tongs back) These are mine.
Gordon: He doesn't even answer you, look. He doesn't even give you an answer.
Ben Caylor: Craig, answer the chef already!
Craig: TWO MINUTES!!
Narrator: While the men wait two minutes for Craig's spaghetti...

[After completing service, the red team comes in to help the blue team.]
Gordon: Jen, stand next to Chef Ben. Cook with him.
Ben: (interview) The thing is, it's embarrassing that chef called them in to come help.
Gordon: (to Ben) Look at the current situation. Now, go around and slap yourselves in the back now then.
Ben: I thought we were close chef, but I was wrong.
Gordon: You thought you were (bleep) close. Let's give a big round of applause to the captain who hit an iceberg on the (bleep) Titanic. Shayna.
Shayna: Yes, chef.
Gordon: Stay next to Chef Craig.
Shayna: What do you need?
Craig: I got it. I got it. I got it.
Shayna: (interview) "I got it. I got it. I got it."
Shayna: What do you need?
Craig: I got it.
Shayna: Don't tell me you got it. What do you need? (interview) Chill! Take the help. Even if it's from a girl.
Louross: Just push out the plates. Let's just do it and just end the day.
Gordon: Away now, one crab cake, one meatballs, one clam, one Caesar.
Louross: (to Craig) How long?
Gordon: How long for the (bleep) clam?
Shayna: You're burning, you're burning.
Gordon: He's not even giving me an answer.
Matt: Come on, answer him, please!
Gordon: He's making me feel (bleep) nervous!
Craig: (burns his hand) (Bleep)!
Gordon: Hello?!
Ben: Let's just go! Craig, Craig, the pasta's ready! Come on!
Gordon: How long for the (bleep) clam?
Craig: It's coming up right NOWWWW! (Bleep) listen! (angrily throws a pan to one side)
Gordon: Oh, my (bleep) god.
Rosann: You got some attitude, son!

Gordon: Ben, what you've done and the ambitions, you do seriously surprise me.
Ben: Thank you, chef, I was hoping you'd see that. I mean, I give it all I've got. Gave you a hundred and ten.
Gordon: You surprise me as to how (bleep) you are!
Ben: Oh... thank you.
Gordon: I was expecting more. Hey, maybe you shouldn't have quit your (bleep) day job so early!

[Matt, Craig and Ben are nominated for elimination]
Gordon: All three of you should walk through that door.
Ben: I'm just going to keep giving you 100% chef. Every day.
Matt: I'm going to give you 125%.
Craig: I don't know percentages but just over that.

Gordon: I can teach someone how to cook but Craig was a bad cook with an even worse attitude. There was no hope for him.

Episode Five [4.05]Edit

Episode Six [4.06]Edit

Gordon: Every 16 year-old girl filled out these comment cards this evening. Gentlemen, out of all the customers you cooked for tonight, 98% of them said they'd come back. Brilliant! Ladies, on the other hand... 99% of your customers would come back. (the women cheer loudly, while the men look dismayed) Actually, tonight, there's no losing team. I can't seriously decide on a winning team on a difference of 1%.
Matt: Thank you, chef, for your generosity...
Gordon: (Bleep) the generosity, Matt. Both teams think of one individual, up for elimination, to leave Hell's Kitchen tonight. Now, piss off.
Matt: (interview) Chef Ramsay still wants two people chosen, and I'm going to be the one chosen for the blue team, and now I'm packing my bags.

Gordon: Matt, you've peaked, right?
Matt: No, chef, I haven't peaked yet.
Gordon: So why should you stay in Hell's Kitchen?
Matt: Chef, I should stay in Hell's Kitchen because I was pushed and bullied off of my section tonight, while others on my team was hiding behind one person.
Gordon: Who pushed you off your section?
Matt: Bobby pushed me off of my section.
Gordon: You hid behind Bobby!
Matt: Ben hides behind Bobby! Not me.
Gordon: He took over your section!
Matt: He pushed me off my section, would not let me back on...
Gordon: Look at the size of you! There's 250lbs in there. Louross's (bleep) are bigger than yours!
Matt: I don't even have a voice in my kitchen, no-one listens to me. I guarantee you, if you put me on the red team, you will see the failure in the blue team.
Gordon: You want to cook with the girls?
Matt: I have no shame in working with women in the kitchen chef.
Gordon: Un-(bleep) real.

[After eliminating Shayna]
Gordon: Oh, and by the way, "Mattie."
Matt: Yes, chef?
Gordon: First thing tomorrow morning, you're cooking with the girls.
Matt: Thank you, chef.

Episode Seven [4.07]Edit

[Before the final round of the blind taste test]
Gordon: Now, listen up. There's been some great rivalries out there. Yankees versus Red Sox.
Matt: Go Yankees!
Gordon: Tyson versus Holyfield, yes? Now, ladies and gentlemen, Matt versus Ben! Let's go.

Gordon: Ben! Quickly, here. (Ben slowly walks up to the pass) Look at him, speedy, quickly, yeah? Just touch that, you can see how pink it is already. (Bleep) hell. I just want you to know what you're doing! None of you are communicating, no-one's going together, no-one's making eye contact, and no-one's reminding each other as a team!
Ben: Chef, I'm not used to the brigade system. It takes a little time to get adapted to it, and... that's it.
Gordon: Hey, do you know what? You are so (bleep) sad. Every time I ask you something, you give me the limpest excuse, you know that.
Ben: I'm just being honest with you.
Gordon: Yeah, I know that. I'm being (bleep) honest with you!
Matt: (to Jen) I love it. He's getting his ass kicked tonight.
Gordon: You're one of the most (bleep) saddest I've ever met in a (bleep) kitchen. "It needs a little time. I can't get used to this." Sounds like the (bleep) weirdo on Dr. Phil!

[Jean-Philippe has just returned some food to the pass]
Gordon: What table is that?
Jean-Philippe: Uhm, blue side, chef. They're requested well done, and it's blood all over.
Gordon: Oh, (bleep) hell. Ohhh... (to Ben) There you go, there you go! (slams the plates on Ben's station) Requested well done! Now look at it, then! (Bleep)!! JERK!! (kicks the bins)
Ben: (interview) I have a lot of pride in myself and what I do. I'm just going to keep working and try and get the food out. That's all you can do.
Gordon: Anything to say? It's easy for you, that's your (bleep) problem. You've had it (bleep) easy, you're not even busting a gut.
Matt: (to the Red Team) Karma really bites you in the ass.
Gordon: All (bleep) night you've taken it easy. And listen, hey, look at me. STOP IT! Switch it off. You're not sending any more (bleep) out of here, you've sent enough. Take it easy, you deserve it. You got a hard night.
Ben: Are we done? Cause if we're not, I'm going to complete my station tonight, chef.
Gordon: SHUT IT DOWN! TURN IT OFF, YOU (bleep)! (Matt laughs again) STOP IT!

Episode Eight [4.08]Edit

Gordon: Matt, you've got three different cuts of meat there. One (bleep) large one, one medium one and one small one.
Christina: (interview) Matt's tenderloins were all different. Are you serious?
Gordon: That's not good enough for me. So there you go. There's the daddy, there's the mommy, there's the (bleep) baby. Suppose this is the food critic table, one has the daddy and the other has the baby. Suppose the baby's medium well, what will happen to it?
Matt: It'll definitely shrink. (interview) The tenderloins do shrink. I should know better than that. I'm an idiot.

Episode Nine [4.09]Edit

Gordon: Louross! Raw steak!!
Louross: Ohhhhhh.
Gordon: And he goes like this, "Ohhhhhh." as if he's performing for the Oscars. If your (bleep) cooking was as good as your acting, you'd be talented, you (bleep)!
Louross: (interview) It started off good and then all of the sudden, it (bleep) went down hill.
Gordon: (talking from Jean-Philippe) What's the matter?
Jean-Philippe: Twenty-three. They're all medium rare.
Gordon: Oh (bleep) me! Ohhhhh. Louross! Come here, you! Let's go and you touch it well. Come on, touch! (touches the raw steak on his hand)
Jen Gavin: Blue, chef! BLUE!
Gordon: Yeah, it's raw. How could I get down on my knees. Yeah, it's (bleep) raw! Hey, look at me! Is that better? It's raw, you (bleep) idiot!
Jen Gavin: (interview) Louross is really just dropped the ball to horrific, horrendous, it's just horrible. He just could not handle meat station at all.
Gordon: Awwww, (Bleep), no! Awwww, come on.
Louross: (to himself) This is not good at all.
Gordon: (to Louross) Hey, you, you, you, come here! Look at that... look! Three little come back you put your team into (bleep).
Louross: (interview) I hate the word "filet mignon" out, I do seriously. If I ever see another filet mignon, I will like throw it. Oh like, that someone's face.
Gordon: (to Louross) One more (bleep) steak to the return on you kitchen, I'm closing your kitchen.
Narrator: With the threat of a shut down looming, Louross tries again on a meat station.

Gordon: (to Jean-Philippe) What about the lady on [table] 41 with the fillet mignon?
[cuts to table 41]
Jean-Philippe: They just left, chef.
Gordon: They just left? (calls out Louross) Hey, come here you! The customer's gone! Customer's (bleep) GONE! (tears the ticket then throws it to Louross) (Bleep)!!! (kicks the bins)

[Sous-Chef Scott checks on a dessert brought up by Jen Gavin]

Scott: It's not even cooked.
Gordon: Is it raw?
Scott: Yeah.
Gordon: (to Jen) Watch, watch. There you go. (drains some liquid from the dessert and drops the dessert on the plate) Hey, (Bleep) OFF!!! Dumb Jen, turn your stove off!

Gordon: Louross was never short on energy. He was just short on cooking ability.

Episode Ten [4.10]Edit

Narrator: With food finally leaving the kitchen, all Chef Ramsay wants...
Gordon: Why are we going with this table?
Matt: I'm coming up with it, chef! (delivers his meat to the pass)
Narrator: ...is to keep it going.
[Gordon comes back to the workstation with meat brought up by Matt]
Gordon: All of you, just (bleep) come here! You (Corey) as well with your burned! This is what I'm pissed off! Touch that. That [wellington] is (bleep) raw, and that [beef] is (bleep) what? Look at the color of it. [Matt tries to retrieve the meat; Gordon knocks his hand away, picks up a filet and wellington and angrily throws them in the bin] I'm asking you the question! (Bleep)!! I'm asking you the question, what is it?! It's overcooked!!
Corey: (interview) Matt seems to be like a 5-year old trapped in a 35-year old body. He doesn't know when to stop.
Matt: (gets a ticket at the pass) Sorry, chef.
Gordon: Oh, please. Don't touch me.
Matt: I have a migraine.
Gordon: Oh, can you (bleep)... I need the ticket here! (Matt leaves the pass, Gordon asks him) What's going next?
Matt: I'm busy getting yelled at.
Gordon: (Bleep) idiot, come here! What did you say then? You're busy getting what?
Matt: No, chef.
Gordon: You just gave me overcooked meat, overcooked (bleep) filet, overcooked. Now you're saying "I'm getting yelled at!"
Matt: (intervew) It wasn't my fault when everyone else fell behind. I'm the big team player, I just don't team players around me.
Gordon: So don't start (bleep) sulking with me while we're standing here into (bleep) because you put me into (bleep)!
Matt: I can't (bleep) concentrate anymore.

Gordon: Salmon, John Dory, chicken, wellington, fillet mignon, rib eye!
Christina: Guys, how long now?
Matt: I don't know, I'm trying to work on my migraine.
Corey: (interview) Matt is someone who is excuses for himself. Absolute (bleep) in a headache you know, come on pull through it. He's a cry baby and he is definitely getting more insane by in a minute.
Corey: Matt, how long on the fillet?
Matt: (to Corey) I'll tell you in a second. (holds a well cooked fillet mignon) three minutes.
Gordon: You guys are a (bleep) bunch of losers. (to Matt) What's going, Matt? What's going?
Matt: Two risottos, one fillet, one lamb and fish (salmon).
Christina: No!
Gordon: No, that's right. No. He's got migraine. Look! Hey, look at there, Scott!
Bobby: (laughs) Oh, (bleep)!
Matt: Not funny. I got a medical pills and I work through it.
Gordon: He's got a migraine. Come here in a minute and let me just tell you something, you have a migraine? (quietly, to Matt) I've had one ever since you walked in here. Why have you just forty-two minutes ago to completely forgot and give you a favor?
Matt: I have no feeling in my hands--.
Gordon: No feeling in your hands? Yeah, come here.

[holds Matt out to the kitchen]

Gordon: Go upstairs the dorm and lie down, yes? Lie down.
Matt: But I want to work through it.
Gordon: (loses his temper) GET OUT! (Bleep) GET OUT!! (rekindles Matt) "I got a migraine?" (Bleep) off! (Bleep) useless piece of (bleep)!

Christina: Oh, (bleep)! (holds the rice and is hot) Who the (bleep) left this rice on here, guys?
Gordon: What is that?
Christina: It's burnt rice, Chef.
Gordon: Who put that on there?
Christina: I don't know, Chef.
Jen Gavin: Sorry Chef. I forgot about it.
Gordon: (Bleep) useless.

[throws the burnt rice onto a chopping board]

Christina: (interview) Jen burnt the rice. It was sitting on my station, all she has to do and say, "Hey, I'm putting this rice here."
Gordon: (quietly to Jen) Get out. Get out and get to the dorm. GET OUT! I'm not (bleep) around now. Get out.
Jen Gavin: (interview) I completely forgot that I put the rice on. I feel bad for that and that was my honest mistake.
Gordon: (to Christina) Hey, she put it on, you've been standing next to it for an hour, you take off your apron and (bleep) off as well!
Christina: Yes, Chef.
Petrozza: (interview) Oh, my God! It is been a crazy night.
Gordon: Hey, all of you. (Bleep) yourselves. Get out! GET OUT!!! (Bleep) off, will you?! Oooohh, (bleep)!

Gordon: There once was a boy named Matt, whose kitchen performance fell flat. He was far from neat, miserable on meat, so I kicked him out and that's that.

Episode Fifteen [4.15]Edit

Gordon: Over the last three months, it has really been a roller coaster ride. We've had plenty of highs and lows, but this season ended on a high. Now it's time for me to get the (bleep) out of Hell's Kitchen.