'Hell's Kitchen' Gets Awk-ward

When the producers put together this week's two-hour episode of Hell's Kitchen, I suspect they wanted you to watch every minute. Unfortunately, there were quite a few moments that were so cringe-worthy they made me want to switch over to America's Got Talent. Here's my countdown of the Top Five Awkward Moments from this week's double episode of Hell's Kitchen.

5. In the second challenge of the evening, the chefs were tasked with creating an elegant meal for under $10. Some served lamb, some veal while Jason served frozen ravioli that he defrosted then covered with a dreary sauce. When describing his dish to three top gourmands, he told them about the meal's icy beginnings. Their reaction left Jason uttering, "the ravioli was clearly a bad move on my part." Ya think?

4. After the first challenge, the losers were tasked with cleaning the dining area until it sparkled to JP's satisfaction. A request to properly polish the wood turned into the first in a long line of double entendres that involved spraying, choking and being on your knees. Hysterically funny, if you're a drunken frat boy. Otherwise, not so much.

3. As part of her prize, Holli got to take Jay out to lunch at a fancy hotel in Beverly Hills with JP along to chaperone. Only, the last time I checked, chaperones are supposed to discourage sexual contact, not encourage it. So here's JP asking the waiter how much it would cost if Holli and Jay wanted to rent a "nuptial" room for the night. JP, honey, here in the United States, it's by the hour not by the night. At least the waiter had the good sense to look mortified as he informed the trio that, "we're not that type of hotel."

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