That's what you get if you don't listen on Hell's Kitchen. 27-year-old New York sous chef Tek got the boot for being stubborn. She obviously had a problem on the grill, but kept on insisting that she had everything under control. When Hell's Kitchen host Chef Gordon Ramsay started sending back steak after steak after steak for not being the right temperature, we pretty much know that it's goodbye Tek.
On the last episode of Hell's Kitchen, team leaders Robert and Suzanne sat down with Gordon Ramsay and LaTasha, the wife of newly returned US Marine (not Joseph, we hoped), to get an idea what she'd like to see served at his homecoming dinner.
Things were OK for the guys, who were very happy with Robert's leadership skills, while some of the girls notably - surprise, surprise - Tennille thought Suzanne wasn't being clear with what the family wants served.
Come tasting time, this proved to be true, as LaTasha loved the guys' first and second entrees: a trio of macaroni and cheese, fried catfish and collard greens, and grilled lobster tail. As a result, the men got to ride in - gasp - fighter jets, while the girls had to acquaint themselves with Mrs. Gordon Ramsay, Tana, who turned out to be very controlling herself. Of course, everyone was still blaming Suzanne because she didn't listen well to the client, namely baking the lobster instead of grilling it.
Right before the dinner service, the men were not exactly helpful to the girls, since they had all the recipes. As it turned out, steaks became a cause of headache for both teams. Just ask Jim and Tek. The only difference was, Jim had Kevin bailing him out, while Tek only had her stubborn self.
Tune in next week for a brand new episode of Hell's Kitchen, including a challenge that involves food and 700 calories.