Chef Gordon Ramsay stepped away from the kitchen for a second on 'Hell's Kitchen' (Tue., 8PM ET on Fox). But that didn't mean that the yelling wouldn't continue. [Spoiler alert.] Once Ramsay leaves, sous-chef Scott is apparently in control. And contestant Benjamin makes the mistake of trying to give an order for the next meal for approximately 0.5 seconds. This then leads to him getting screamed at by second-in-command Scott. "IF YOU THINK YOU'RE GONNA DO MY F#CKING JOB, I'LL LEAVE RIGHT NOW," Scott says. "YOU THINK YOU CAN DO IT?!" "No, chef" is Ben's timid reply. Um, okay. A quick note to the producers of 'Hell's Kitchen.' Working in a restaurant is not the same as being in the army. All the contestants are being constantly yelled at to speed up and work harder -- and then Ben shows initiative for half a second, and he gets screamed at for that too? Wasn't Ben just trying to help out? Is there any way for people to do anything on this show without getting in trouble for it? Source & Video
This week's two-hour Hell's Kitchen was all about beauty and the budget. It started with six chefs, ended with four and a whole lot went on in between. The first hour was all about presentation. The chefs had to create a dish that looked as good it tasted. If Holli's salmon tasted like wallpaper paste, then she accomplished the mission. Her dish was colorless and limp. Jay came in fifth with his dish that looked like a playground in Whoville. Ed and Ben came out on top both with stacked fish dishes that actually looked good enough to eat. Imagine that. Benjamin won the round by a slim margin and it was a fortuitous win since the prize was a makeover for a photo shoot on Epicurious.com. Before the shoot, Ben looked like a 12-year-old farm boy, but the stylists for the website managed to turn him into a rockin' young chef with a spiked haircut, trimmed brows and a trendy new wardrobe. Lookin' good. The near win must have been too much for Ed because he totally lost it during dinner service. He was manning the fish station and he couldn't get it right. Undercooked scallops, overcooked scallops, and the halibut kept going out raw! In his defense, it did seem like the diners were ordering more fish than anything else on the menu, but maybe that's just the way they edited the show. When he reached his boiling point, Gordon Ramsay tossed both Ben and Ed out of the kitchen, but it was Ed and Autumn who were put up for elimination. Ramsay stripped Ed of his jacket for the halibut. To Read More Click Here .