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    Re: Gordon Ramsay, Head Chef

    I look forward to this show every year. I love it. I also enjoy Gordon Ramsay's show The F Word. That's a great show too.

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    I absolutely love Ramsay, but I have a bit of a bone to pick with him. All of the girls of this season have some degree of attractiveness, and there is maybe ONE guy who is attractive and the rest are complete trolls. Which head was he using when he picked the women? Where's the eye candy for the rest of us?
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    Ramsey does not have a say in who is cast. The producers and network do the casting. I believe he mentioned it last year that he would have cast people with more kitchen experience.
    Face it, the producers are going for the "pretty faces" for ratings. It happens on all the reality shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerowyn66;2429185;
    the producers are going for the "pretty faces" for ratings. It happens on all the reality shows.
    Except that so many on this cast don't look the part at all. Ramsey may have a weakness for a pretty face, but most of the guys in particular don't look like anything someone would hire as an executive chef (assuming that is this season's rewards) even assuming they have the cooking skills.

    Looking forward to the bloodbath, heh.

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    I'm already looking forward to my favorite Ramsayism:

    "It's all begun to go a bit pear-shaped, hasn't it?"

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    Re: Gordon Ramsay, Head Chef

    Sorry I can't provide the full information, but I recently read--and I can't remember where, so I can't go back to look it up--that a different chef has been signed to replace Gordon Ramsay in the next itteration of Hell's Kitchen. I think it is someone that Gordon worked for in his early days as a chef. Again, sorry I don't know the man's name.
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    I was just reading a different article, and White will host the British version of HK, not the US version.

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    Re: Gordon Ramsay, Head Chef

    John, glad to hear that Ramsay will remain with the US version -- oops, that's an assumption, isn't it?
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    I LOVE how he was screaming, "STOP CRYING! STOPPP CRYINGGGGGG!"

    I can't wait to see the first plate of food shoved into some guy's chest. Hopefully it'll be Crisco-lips, anger-boy.
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