Hell's Kitchen: Season 6 (2009)

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Air date: Jul 21, 2009

Part 1 of the two-part Season 6 premiere. Sixteen new contestants get a crack at culinary stardom---and a shot at a head chef's job in Canadian resort town Whistler, B.C. First, the contestants prepare signature dishes as part of a team effort. Then it's on to the first dinner service before the field is reduced to 15.

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Air date: Jul 21, 2009

Conclusion of sixth-season premiere. Spring 2009 contestant Robert, who withdrew for health reasons, returns---and is assigned to the women's team---as the 15 remaining chefs prepare for a seafood-accented dinner service by deveining shrimp. Some do it better than others, but not well enough to stand out at the dinner service, which proves to be a disaster. But it's not as disastrous as the elimination sequence that follows.

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Air date: Jul 28, 2009

The 14 remaining chefs are awoken in the middle of the night and ordered to prepare a spaghetti dinner for hungry firefighters. The team that serves up the food first wins; the losers must wash and wax fire engines. Later, two contestants are injured and are rushed to the hospital.

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Air date: Aug 4, 2009

The challenge facing the 14 contestants: make perfectly portioned 6-inch sausages. At dinner service, Drew Lachey, John O'Hurley, Tom Green, Melinda Clarke, Chris "Kid" Reid and Kristy Swanson are among the diners being served cold and salty food. Chef Ramsay isn't amused.

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Air date: Aug 11, 2009

The 12 remaining chefs must plan menus for a gastronomic salute to a returning U.S. marine, with the losing team having to clean and decorate the dining room for the party under the direction of Gordon Ramsay's wife, Tana. Later, cold food during dinner service heats up Chef Ramsay's temper.

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Air date: Aug 18, 2009

The 11 remaining contestants must plan three-course meals that total only 700 calories. The winning team gets volleyball pointers from 2000 Olympian Annett Davis during a day at the beach, while the losers prep both kitchens. At dinner service, one chef snaps back at Chef Ramsay and another is rushed to the emergency room.

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Air date: Aug 25, 2009

The 10 remaining chefs must roll dice to determine ingredients for their challenge dish, with the winning team earning a trip to Las Vegas. Later, chefs from Gordon Ramsay's restaurants participate in the dinner service, which is marred by repeated mistakes and a bossy teammate.

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Air date: Sep 1, 2009

The nine remaining chefs take a blind taste test. The winners score a dinner date with Chef Ramsay---in a darkened dining room where they can't see what they're eating. Later, meat and potatoes problems (raw meat and no potatoes) mar the dinner service.

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Air date: Sep 8, 2009

The eight remaining chefs make crepes, with the winners dining at a French restaurant while the losers prepare for a French-themed dinner service. One chef is injured during the prep time, and three others can't make it through the service.

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Air date: Sep 22, 2009

The seven remaining chefs take a satellite tour of the Whistler, B.C., restaurant that the winner will run, then must prepare dishes using items flown in from the Whistler area. Olympic medalists Sasha Cohen (skating) and Jonny Moseley (skiing) judge the results. Then, following the dinner service, the field is reduced to six.

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This week's Hell's Kitchen made me smile. It wasn't a particularly thrilling episode, but it featured a number of delicious quotes and charmingly impromptu moments.

Mar 28, 2019 | Full Review…

The reward-punishment dichotomy is intensified by the fact that both winner and losers are in the same physical space.

Mar 26, 2019 | Rating: A | Full Review…
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Tonight's dinner service presented another opportunity for my favorite Ramsay-ism -- "YOU COULD'VE KILLED SOMEBODY!" -- but no, he just stood at the pass, baffled, and muttering to himself.

Mar 26, 2019 | Rating: B | Full Review…
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When Dave's not engaging in self-pep, he's groaning in pain in the corner of the pantry.

Mar 26, 2019 | Rating: B- | Full Review…
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