Each season on "Hell's Kitchen," there comes a magical moment. A turning point. Something happens that makes you sit up and take notice of it all.
You know what I'm talking about, right? The moment when Gordon Ramsay unveils an insult like none other. There's all the times he calls a competitor a "donkey," "cow" or a "doughnut," of course. He's been known to throw the B-word around quite a bit. And let's not forget the time he told a competitor she looked like a "jumped-up little cave woman." (A personal favorite, even though I still don't know what it means.)
But this week, "Hell's Kitchen" fans were introduced to two new insults. He called Clemenza Caserta a "baby rhino." And he said Barbie Marshall was like an "appendix" that her teammates were eager to surgically remove.
Spot on, chef!
The latest challenge had the competitors cooking for a roomful of newly sworn in U.S. citizens. And Ramsay was cursing up a blue streak because neither team seemed able to serve up the simple dishes, such as a Cobb salad, and grilled cheese sandwich.