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Subtle Subtitles: Gordon Ramsay's Cookalong Live

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 18th 2009 3:36PM
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If you haven't seen our game before, we give you a picture from a recent episode of a TV series and you provide the caption!

Somehow I forgot to name a winner last week for the previous Subtle Subtitles, so you had two weeks to think of a caption. The winner is trekker437 with this: "Hey, are those our ratings way down there?"

This week's picture is from this week's FOX special, Gordon Ramsay's Cookalong Live:

Gordon Ramsay's Cookalong Live

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Gordon Ramsay's Cookalong was half fun, half terrible

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 16th 2009 12:29PM
Gordon RamsayThis was not what I was expecting.

I don't think I've ever been as confused by a TV show while I was actually watching it. Maybe because Gordon Ramsay's Cookalong was live or maybe it was because Chef Gordon Ramsay had to move at such a frantic pace to get everything done in an hour.

Whatever the reason, I found myself hating the show at first, then kinda liking it, then hating, then liking it, then finding it a little stupid, and then kinda liking it. On a scale of 1 to 10, which 1 being "I hated it" and 10 being "I loved it," I'll give it a 5.

How's that for a politician-like decision?

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On the Scene at 'Gordon Ramsay Cookalong Live'

by Allyssa Lee, posted Dec 16th 2009 9:13AM
It was a kindler, gentler Gordon Ramsay on display in this Los Angeles-based kitchen set. The famously hard-nosed, expletive-spewing foodsmith donned a casual plaid button-down shirt and jeans and didn't utter a single bad word during Fox's 'Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live,' in which the chef showed the nation how to cook a three course meal all in the span of one hour. (In fact, the star of 'Hell's Kitchen' cheekily reminded those of us in the studio audience to mind our language.) There were no dishes cracked, no spit showers to "piss off, and no berating. The only thing that was remotely threatening about the program was the fiery flambé -- well, that, and the chef's tendency to lean uncomfortably close to his female guests.

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What to Watch: December 15

by Kim Potts, posted Dec 15th 2009 6:00AM
'Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live' (9PM, Fox)
Chef Gordo invites everyone to prepare a three-course meal with him in this special, in which he dishes up tasty recipes, and viewers cook up their own versions at the same time. Fox.com has the shopping lists for the meal, which includes Steak Diane with Sauteed Potatoes and Peas, Angel Hair Pasta with Shrimp, Chili and Tomatoes and Tiramisu for dessert. The 'Cookalong Live' format began in England as a one-time special and was so popular that it became a regular series with the 'Hell's Kitchen' chef ... could a weekly 'Cookalong' in the U.S. be on the menu, too?

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TCA Press Tour Recap: Fox Talks Paula, 'Fringe,' 'Glee' & More

by Maggie Furlong, posted Aug 7th 2009 9:30PM
Gordon RamsayThere's only one more day of the TV Critics' Press Tour remaining, but it's a jam-packed one for ABC on Saturday. Follow me for all the notable moments and breaking news on Twitter (@TheTVShowGirl), and check back for a handy recap of the day.

For now, let's talk Fox. Panels were presented for 'Brothers,' 'Glee,' 'Human Target,' 'Fringe,' 'Lie to Me' and more, and we were also treated to a lunchtime table read of a 'Cleveland Show' episode and a late afternoon snack cook-along with hilariously foul-mouthed chef Gordon Ramsay.

Click through to see all the highlights ...

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Gordon Ramsay plans another Fox food program

by Allison Waldman, posted Jan 29th 2009 5:05PM
G RamI love British chef Gordon Ramsay. I love watching him on TV, whether it's his Fox shows -- Hell's Kitchen or Kitchen Nightmares -- or the ones that have turned up on BBC America like Ramsay's Boiling Point and the most recent show, The F Word. The F stands for food, by the way. Much as I love him, though, I don't think I want him as a teacher.

Well, that's what he's going to be doing next. The Simon Cowell of cooking is plotting something new for the network. Ramsay's doing a special cooking show for Fox in the Julia Child tradition, teaching how to do what he does. The idea is for Gordon to create a three-course dinner while giving home viewers instructions about how to do it with him.

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