Hell's Kitchen: Hell Hath No Fury Like The Red Team - Here's The Rankings!
Rankings and Commentary By RTVC Staff Writer Nate Hagelin
June 21, 2012
Watching this season of Hellís Kitchen has started to make me feel like Iím in high school all over again.
Is it just me, or do the women fight with each other more and more every season?
Itís actually starting to become a bit uncomfortable.
With Roshni, the only neutral party, being shipped over to the blue team, the Red Team is split right down the middle. Dana, Barbie, and a reluctant Christina on one side, Robyn and Tiffany on the other.
I would include Kimmie in that, but if you watched episode six, you know why I didnít.
I try to block Kimmie out every time she comes on - both the audio and the video.
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I canít stand looking at her, canít stand listening to her. Sheís 27 but sheís acting like a 7 year old lately.
I honestly think sheís just too weak to go too much further.
Iím willing to bet Roshni is thanking her lucky stars that sheís on the blue team now.
I think getting away from all the negativity is part of what helped her improve her performance in the following service.
The blue team impressed me because they welcomed Roshni with open arms.
In ten seasons I have never witnessed that.
Whenever a woman gets shipped off to the menís team, they either get angry about it (like in seasons 2, 4, and 9), or they just try too hard to ignore their new teammate (like in seasons 5 and 7).
Itís unfortunate that they canít get along as well with each other though.
Theyíre not as bad as the women, but the men need to get their egos in check, especially Royce and Clemenza.
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