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Gordon Ramsay

Yesfan70

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Anyone else seen this commercial? I about spit up my food laughing when I saw it. Love Ramsay, but what's 'sad' is American audiences see him more as that cook that screams and yells alot, instead of a renown chef.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dx-TxL55wys[/youtube]
 

CMonster

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In the past two weeks my wife and I have watched and enjoyed four episodes of Kitchen Nightmares on BBC America. Before that I remember seeing him in some commercials or promo spots but had no clue who he was...
 

Towen7

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I was on the Gordon Ramsey bandwagon a couple of years ago but I'm tired of his act now.

Still... The commercial was funny.
 

jomari

War Never Changes
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likewise, but i prefer his british show instead, restaurant nightmares i think. where he 'rebuilds' a restaurant. i forgot the title.

great commercial tho, love it.
 

heeman

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Great Commercial............

I am a fan, however sometimes way to over the top!

Hell's Kitchen is my favorite of his shows.
 

Yesfan70

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jomari said:
likewise, but i prefer his british show instead, restaurant nightmares i think. where he 'rebuilds' a restaurant. i forgot the title.

great commercial tho, love it.


The original series is the best. The American version has been getting airplay on BBC America. There is a difference as the original BBC versions (where Gordon is narrating) seem to show him generally caring for those owners whose businesses are about to fold. The American version (which has the same narrator from Hell's Kitchen) just follows the same shtick as Hell's Kitchen. A lot of swearing and insulting of the owners.

The F-word is probably my favorite of his shows as it showcases more of his talent than his temper. he also usually has a special guest that he does a "cook off" with. I remember Meatloaf was on there one time, but don't remember the dessert they were preparing. Meatloaf's version was much more preferred by the audience.
 
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