Hell's Kitchen Recap: The Final Challenges Begin With Magic In The Kitchen
Recap and Commentary By RTVC Staff Writer Rebecca Moatz
September 5, 2012
Tradition and quiet strength.
Chef Ramsay certainly knows how to put on a show, as part one of the season finale was chock full of surprises.
However, before the show can actually begin, he has a difficult decision to make.
As the episode opens, Chef Ramsay has three finalists, but only two of them can move on to the final competition, and the burden of this choice lies directly on his shoulders.
It was one of those rare moments in Hellís Kitchen that Chef Ramsay wore a piece of his heart on his sleeve.
His confliction was clear when he said that there was only a mere fraction of difference between the three of them.
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These are the rare moments I remember why Chef Ramsay has slowly won me over; down deep inside his crusty exterior, there really is a heart of gold. But, please donít tell anyone.
Ultimately, Ramsay made the right choice when he sent Dana packing.
Her performance last week clearly showed her lack of integrity when she only worked to her full potential when it was to her benefit, and then proceeded to drag her feet when it was time to support the other three competitors.
In fact, her performance was simply a form of sabotage, passive, but definitely sabotage.
Now the games can finally begin as Christina and Justin get their first assignment: They must each create a wedding menu with four appetizers, four entrees and three desserts, and they quickly get to work putting their ideas from pen to paper.
Itís going to be a very interesting challenge, since both Justin and Christina are talented chefs and highly motivated to win.
Justin, despite his amazing accomplishments in Hellís Kitchen, is still feeling the heat from his father, who once told him this was not the profession he should go into.
Despite both of his parentsí obvious pride and support, those old feelings seem to be driving him.
He doesnít want to settle for anything less than perfection and, ultimately, the win.
Christina, on the other hand, while also highly motivated to win, doesnít seem to have any internal pressure other than her desire to become the Head Chef at the incredible Paris, Las Vegas.
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