Okay, lets get this straight, my father is a chef. I know, he graduated from the Culinary Institute of America, and so I have grown up listining to quotes from famous chefs like Mario Batalli, (I might have spelled his last name wrong, remember I only heard quotes) and smelling wonderful dishes from Rachael Ray, and even a few of my Dad's dishes. but the point is that chefs will listen to other chefs, especially if they already have fame and fortune. Thus began my father and I's journey, we watched Hell's Kitchen. Okay, so he shoots of his mouth, okay he dumps dishes down the drain if they are not perfection. But the same thing happens to my math test sometimes, the only diference is that Mrs. Hanes dosn't yell , 'This is ------' nasty!" So, no one will learn if they don't make mistakes! Although maybe the camera dosn't need to be here. My 5-year old sister does not watch this show, and my Grandmother thinks he off his rocker. (She dosn't know the delicious dinner we had on Sunday was one of his recipes.) I think it's the same thing with Simon Cowell. He is mean, but more often than notm he's right. Deal with it.