Hell's Kitchen Recap: Sucking Up, Sucking Face And Those Dastardly Wellingtons
Recap and Commentary By RTVC Staff Writer Rebecca Moatz
June 27, 2012
Love sick, star struck and suck up, Robyn managed to capture all three titles during a single round of dinner service during last night’s episode of Hell’s Kitchen.
However, the bell rang in the dorm rooms first as Patrick and Clemenza debated whose performance was more pathetic than the other’s.
Was it the right decision to keep Clemenza around? Maybe, maybe not.
But Patrick disappoints more with his two-faced attitude that stunned like a rabbit punch.
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I found the adaptability challenge to be both original and relevant, but Dana made an almost prophetic point with her definition of how to approach it.
No sooner did she utter three simple words, ”on your own”, and the women began pushing, shoving and clawing like it was a white sale at Macy’s.
And their pace became more and more frenetic with each ringing of the bell.
The Blue Team took a different approach, however, and actually worked together by swapping ingredients with the same casual attitude as children at a lunch table in elementary school.
When it came time to judge their individual entrees, both teams were faced with the additional pressure of having their spur-of-the-moment creations tasted by not one, not two, but three executive chefs!
Neither team’s approach proved to be a positive or a negative throughout the challenge, until we were exposed to Robyn’s loathing of beets.
Robyn fails with the lowest individual score of three stars, in part, because she felt compelled to tell the judges that she hates one of the ingredients in the dish she was presenting to them.
How could she possibly feel the need imply the food she is serving them, she herself would not eat?
Robyn, nobody likes beets and even if they do, guess what? They have enough sense not to admit it to the judges!
While candor has its time and place, this was definitely not either one. In other words, you almost KO’d your team before the main event.
In fact, the only dish that surpassed Robyn’s on the nausea scale was Royce’s with not one, but two, of the most foul things one can be horrified to find on a plate, human hair and lobster excrement.
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