The competition reaches new heights.
It's a Hell's Kitchen tailgate.
The competition heats up.
Chef Ramsay puts the Red and Blue teams to the test in the grocery store.
Chef Ramsay challenges the remaining eight contestants to a a Hell's Kitchen classic, the blind taste test.
The competition sizzles.
A “dark grocery store” challenge requires that each contestant blindly choose his/her ingredients and create a unique dish that uses all of them.
There are too many cooks in the kitchen.
The competition hits close to home.
The contestant rankings sizzle up the competition.
"Hell's Kitchen" hosts a celebration of sisterhood.
It's Italian family night.
Culinary chops leads into another high-pressure test.
The contestants meet their perfect match.
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It's a pig's life.
Rock politely tiptoes around Josh's inability to fry a crabcake.
One surefire way to screw up a vegetarian dish is to put meat in it.
Julia gets emotional.
The restaurant is cut down the middle between the final two.
The Blue Team puts its best carb forward for dinner service.
The blue team is forced to ration the plates when they run out of tortellini.
One of the girls is having trouble simply, frying chicken.
Dear Chef, Jen is a cook. Sincerely, Gordon Ramsay.
The chef addresses a member of his team as diners sample the contestants' dishes.
Bonnie is a little disappointed in her team.
Oh man. Oh dear. Nothing worse than a spit cup. Nothing worse on Earth.
Rock and Bonnie have different design styles.
The chef tells off one of his employees.
There are one too many chefs in the kitchen on this episode of Hell's Kitchen.
The girls in the kitchen need to learn how to share the ingredients.
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