Can No One Win This Season Of Hell’s Kitchen?

Now, I don’t normally watch very much television. However, my wife is a big fan of Hell’s Kitchen and I occasionally see a little bit of it. This really has me wondering, is there any way Gordon Ramsay could just declare that there isn’t a winner this time?

I’m serious. My wife and I were imagining what the end episode would be like. There would be the last two contestants. There would be two staircases leading to two doors. Each contestant would be told to walk up a set of stairs and open the door at the top. Unlike normal, when both of them opened the respective doors, both would lead to the loser’s area. Then Gordon would tell them that they were both so disappointing that he wasn’t picking a winner at all and no one would be running his restaurant at the Paris casino in Las Vegas.

I mean, from what I’ve seen, I wouldn’t want to go to a restaurant run by any of these people. I’ve seen previous seasons before and I had picked certain people above others, but nothing like this season. They all seem to be mean, whiny, petty people who do nothing but bitch and blame other people. I haven’t seen one that I would trust to run a kitchen.

Of course, it isn’t like I know anything about cooking. Still, I know whether or not I trust people enough to eat at their restaurant. Would I go to Gordan Ramsay’s restaurant knowing that any one of these people were in charge? No. Would I have ended up there if I hadn’t known? Sure. What does that say? Well, really nothing…just that I think this season’s contestants would have all been eliminated early on in better seasons.

Really, it doesn’t matter. I’d love a chance to try something by Gordon Ramsay, but I doubt I’ll ever get the chance. Anyway, it’s not like I have a sophisticated enough palate to really appreciate it. I should just stick to Taco Bell, and maybe this season’s contestants on Hell’s Kitchen should consider doing the same.

About David S. Atkinson

David S. Atkinson enjoys typing about himself in the third person, although he does not generally enjoy speaking in such a fashion. However, he is concerned about the Kierkegaard quote "Once you label me you negate me." He worries that if he attempts to define himself he will, in fact, nullify his existence...
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