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HELL'S KITCHEN SEASON 1/Deluxe Hollogram packaging

Gordon Ramsay    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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Exclusive bonus features include a one on one interview with Gordon Ramsay plus behind the scenes footage with the producers and a tour of the actual Hell's Kitchen restaurant

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Format:DVD
Got this up yesterday and I'll be damned if they aren't addictive... Gordon is fab... and you have to keep in mind that he has the end goal in site: people being stretched so that they are stronger and more focused on doing whatever it takes to adapt so as to achive their goals.

The language doesn't bother... but the odd idiotic excuses that the chefs-in-training offer do!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hell's Kitchen Season One March 16 2009
Format:DVD
For anyone who loves Gordon Ramsay and the hit series Hell's Kitchen, this is definitely a must-buy item! See how it all started and witness the first winner of this amazing show.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended March 8 2008
By TV-On-DVD Fanatic - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Chef Gordon Ramsay hosts this reality show fare about 12 Chefs from all around the country who compete for their own restaraunt.He yells,swears,compliments,and most importantly eliminates 11 of them.Only one chef will be standing at the end of this Fox Summer hit.

DVD rating:4/5 This set has a couple of interviews and deleted scenes.All Episodes have uncensored audio track.

I highly recommend this show to anyone who loves cooking,the food network,or just a good ol' competition reality show.
23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Is Hell's Kitchen worth it? April 8 2008
By Tommy D. Strong - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
First off, let me start by saying that I have followed Hells Kitchen since episode one, and it's now in it's fourth season, so it's an honor to get to revisit the show.

Contestants:

1. Michael - Tattooed chef with experience
2. Ralph - Arrogant and can't take defeat
3. Jeff - The wimpy crybaby
4. Dewberry - The large gay male who can't handle much
5. Andrew - The loud mouth of the bunch
6. Jimmie - The clumsey oaf
7. Elsie - Ramsey's pick, started with no culinary experience
8. Carol anne - Never worked in a kitchen
9. Mary Ellen - The quiet mouse
10. Jessica - The lesbian headhunter
11. Wendy - The know it all who knows nothing
12. Chris - The arrogant cocky male.

Ok, lets start with some pros.
Extras - I'm suprised a show like this has them. Altough most of the extra's are made during season 4, they are really wonderful. From the HK tour, to Chef Ramsey's take on each of the contestants. The artwork is wonderfully done. We have a shiny, glossy slip cover that fits over the case with the same art. Another pro, the series was perfect for three discs, we are not going to the menu, and find 2 episodes on each disc, but 4.

Cons :(
The theme song has been changed to an annoying tune that I'm not a fan of.
The extras, although great, are very minimal and are over way too fast
I also hate the package type with 2 overlaying discs on one side, and the third on the other side. You must also remove the discs to read the episode synopsises.

On the Fence
The menu design, we have one menu that displays everything. No episode selection screen, well except for on the main menu
The video quality. I know this was shot with a camera, but they could've cleaned it up a little bit.
The audio track. I was planning on watching this with the family, but we only have the uncensored track.

So, if you have the series from Fox, and don't worry about extras, don't pick this up, but if you're an extras buff like me? Pick this up.

Side Note: The opening sequence about Gordon has also been cut.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Been Waiting a Long Time For This April 7 2008
By S. Rhodes - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I really love Hell's Kitchen, I've been a loyal fan since the beginning and the show is just top notch. Now with the newest season starting its good to get back to basics with the original season with the humble (or not so humble) beginnings.
27 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars To balance out the reviews because of the idiot below me,,, April 4 2008
By T Z Me - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Because of the idiot "save the children" person below me who doesnt like this show because of the cursing... I wanted to give Hell's Kitchen a better average review.

Anyways... this may be the best reality show I have ever seen. Ramsey may be the best chef in the world... and you GOTTA love his real man personality. Plus... there are times when you see a glimpse of a very sweet man outside of the kitchen.

I love Ramsey and I HIGHLY recommend the show and his books (especially Roasting in Hell's Kithen)
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hear the obscenities while you feel the heat! May 29 2008
By lighten_up_already2 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I only discovered Hell's Kitchen as season two was beginning and it immediately became the only reality TV show that I ever made a point to keep up with every week. I'll admit that it's the sheer spectacle of watching the victims...er...contestants survive my idea of hell, working in a restaurant, while attempting to meet Chef Gordon Ramsay's exacting standards that keeps me glued to the tube when this show is on.

Here's the short list of what I love about this show.

First, there's Chef Ramsay's license to abuse people, within a context of course. The context being that one of these people will win a huge prize that they in all liklihood would never obtain on thier own: their own fancy restaurant.

I look at it like cooking boot camp. Sure, the contestants are being continually cursed and screamed at. Of course, we see many hours of real time condensed to a relatively few minutes each episode, so I wonder just how intense it looks "real time". I guess we'll never know, but it's for a purpose and I assume they knew what they signed up for. There's just something about a frantic, frazzled amateur chef being cursed over messing up the risotto that I find hilarious. How difficult is risotto to make, anyway?

Second, it's a cooking show that really isn't about cooking at all, but about working as a team in a "fish out of water" (and into the frying pan) kind of situation where there's fire, smoke, steam, and screaming. How do normal people react in stressful situations? Some rise to the occasion and discover greatness in themselves while others are exposed for the arrogant blowhards that they really are.

Third, those wonderful obscenities! Wow, when I was watching this show I was fascinated by just what Gordon Ramsay could be saying when they bleeped him out. What could it be? Well, with this DVD it's all there, so if you like to hear the "f word" derisively spoken and screamed with English flair at people, you'll love this show.

Seriously, Chef Ramsay uses obscenities so much they become routine and cliche (except I'd imagine if they were directed at me!). You'd think by watching this show that all Chef Ramsay does is glower and scream at people, and it's a shame that his BBC show "The F Word" is not so easily accessed here in the states. You really get to know Chef Ramsay on that show.

Fourth, on this DVD you don't have to suffer the commercials. A Hell's Kitchen episode is about 40 minutes long. Even with the show recorded it was annoying to fast forward through all that stuff. It's fun to just kick back and bask in the heat of Hell's Kitchen without having to reach for a remote every few minutes.

All in all, a reality show that I am thankful isn't reality for me. The only time I worked in a restaurant I was a dishwasher and I broke so many dishes I was fired after three days. I've done my time in "hell", and now you can too!
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