Hell's Kitchen Exclusive Video: Chef Ramsay Explodes Because the Chicken Is [Spoiler]!

Why did the chicken cross the road line? Because it was “f****** pink!”

Yes, ladies and gents, Gordon Ramsay delivers another expletive-deleted, chock-full-of-rage food review on Thursday’s installment of Hell’s Kitchen — and we’ve got your exclusive first look.

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Poor Gabriel, who’s in such a rush to get his bird out to diners alongside a competing halibut, that he winds up on the receiving end of Ramsay’s tirade. It’s enough to make a grown man pull his headband over his eyes.

Press PLAY below for the full meltdown — just cover your kids’ ears before you do!

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  1. Kim says:

    How is a chicken being pink a spoiler?

    • gemapet says:

      Agree – what’s even more befuddling: why this show is on at 8 pm and AI results moved to 9, especially with all the foul language!

  2. Joseph says:

    I just accept now that Hells Kitchen is to cooking shows , what the Frat Boy Olympics are to a Sporting Event :)

  3. Name That Tune says:

    Ah the pink chicken thing. He didn’t say it was raw, just pink. Last time I checked the USDA says sometimes perfectly cooked chicken is pink and it’s safe to eat. Did we put a thermometer in that chicken to test its doneness?

    I know, I know. Most consumers haven’t read the data from the USDA’s website. The customer might complain. And Gordon would have no reason to have a temper tantrum about pink chicken – pink, not raw.

    Still I can’t quit this show. It’s still one of the funniest shows on TV.

  4. Chris says:

    Once again, without exception these Cooks, you cannot call them Chefs, have no class!! Carrying on as they do with one another when they have not earned the right to bash one another, since none of them can perform to Chef Ramsey’s expectations, i.e. Pink chicken, raw halibut, etc!! Get some humility and class yourselves up!!’