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Chef Ramsay never stops being furious in all of the series throughout, he shouts, swears and screams at the front of any stubborn, arrogant and lazy owners/chefs he's encountered.

One confrontation, Samy Bouzaglo tries to stab Amy with a knife.


Countless use of fuck and shit throughout the entire series.

Little uses of piss, bitch and asshole.

Name calling: dirty pig, french pig, idiot and stupid.

Some "flipping the bird" gestures.


There is one episode that a chef smokes cocaine.

Some people drink alcohol and smoke cigarretes. (some episodes)


Tense moments and threats.

Disgusting foods and stuff that Gordon inspects on any restaurant's kitchen every episode can be disturbing and repugnant.

Gordon's enfant terrible behaviour are intense to watch.

"Kitchen Nightmares" got its name because the restaurants that Gordon visits every episode have bad hygiene, financial problems (some episodes), repulsive foods that Gordon eats and their customers didn't like the food (every first and middle part of the episode).

The U.S. version of this show is more intense than the U.K. version.



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