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    "Oh my god its Gordon Ramsey" - Randy, South Park

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    He's awesome, enjoy all the shows, def a fan of all the swearing as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMR View Post
    i love his "f word" show
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    I think the fox show is a stunt for ratings. Fox was busted a few weeks ago for showing an audience outside that they "doubled" by making it look like there were twice as many people. But seriously? its food when you get down to it. I appreciate good food , but really? yelling cause something is a little off? In 10 minutes it will look a lot worse in a stomach.
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    I enjoy all of Gordon's shows be it on BBC or Fox. I went to the final challenge taping for an upcoming season of Hells Kitchen here a couple months ago. Cool guy.

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    I like how he gets a restaurant back to a profitable state. He has a few other shows that I really enjoyed better than Kitchen Nightmares.

    I like his methodology and use it in managing projects minus the language

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    the man knows how to make a show what it is. people pay for an act or image for them to sell. in the us the f word and the anger sells

    in the uk he sells a different image.

    i like his nightmare shows but haven't watched in a long time.

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    He's entertaining but his Kitchen Nightmare show seems to always follow the same formula which is pretty repetitive after a few episodes...

    On a side note, the only time I ate at a Gordon Ramsey restaurant it was quite bad. I think he leases out his names to various restaurant so I doubt it was actually one of his restaurants but still very disappointing. Either he doesn't validate or we don't share the same definition of good food...

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    Love his show, the entertainment value is just superb. If I ever am around to try one of his restaurants I'll sure give it a chance.

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