Top Ten Most Unfair Hell's Kitchen Eliminations
Literally did not make one mistake the entire season, then was dumped out during a "three person finale" by a stranger based on one entree. We were robbed off the Nick/Benjamin finale we deserved.
He had one of the top 3 runs of any HK contestant, and he gets sent home because some guy liked his dish slightly less.
These BS eliminations are one of the reasons I quit watching this show over a year ago.
His two minor errors on fish were the only mistakes he made all season, and yet he was eliminated for it so we could drag out the Elise/Barbie drama some more. Wasn't even worth it since Barbie went the next service.
Fifth place would have been perfectly fine for Elise, who was clearly a worse chef than Jennifer. Yet Ramsay decided to inexplicably kick the most consistent female chef of the season just so Elise could creep into the top 3.
Hassan was robbed. This guy would have made the top 4 at least, he was streets ahead of Jared. But after his first poor service of the season, mainly due to how dreadful that season's red team was, he is eliminated so we can focus more on fantastic characters like Jackie.
He may have made a couple of mistakes during service, but that was his first poor service. Deserved a black jacket.
He wasn't robbed. He screwed up most of Chef Andi's wedding service.
Grass tastes nice
Robyn's arc was nice and all but she should have been sent home here. Slight overportioning of pasta is not a bigger mistake than being unable to open oysters for your spaghetti oyster dish.
Declan was always supportive of his teammates and the perfect gentleman, but because he was overweight, not one of the 'Popular' people he was bumped off in a rather disrespectful way. Others that went before had some tribute footage, not Declan, they shoved him so fast off the stage it was like he was never there. He was first to be named to the final two, but the fan favorite of course was added as the third; what a setup by the producers.
Nah, he wasn't robbed. This guy low-balled both of his challenges, and then killed the team despite being on sushi. He literally got nothing right. One of the bottom 10, arguably even one of the bottom 5 worst contestants of all time. And yes, Raj was better than him.
Say what you will about his elimination supposedly being unfair, but the fact of the matter is that he showed no potential whatsoever. Having not scored a single point in any challenges and failing to properly put out any sushi, keeping him would have only delayed the inevitable.
Was nowhere near as bad as the 4 nominees that night, but someone had to be sacrificed to get one more episode of Raj.
He wasn't robbed. He can't make sushi.
How Josh survived so long in this season no one knows. If Bret had stuck around and Alison hadn't had her worst performance of the season just before black jackets things could have been so much better. Alison was eliminated and Josh became the only weak spot in the greatest lineup of black jackets the show's ever seen.
She may have screwed up most of the night but she really deserved a black jacket
Paulie lasting so long is baffling, since he was useless past the first few episodes. Quite a few chefs on the blue team were eliminated to save worse chefs, such as Pat, Aaron and Devin, but seeing as Koop's first bad performance was also his last, this was the most egregious.
He had to leave because he broke chair-kun. Are you serious!? Paulie screwed up most of the night
The blue team was a disaster, and yet one of the few good performers was eliminated at 11th place
Not sure about this one, but of course, Keith was more consistent than Virginia. However, his leadership costed him at the end.
Brad wasn't great or anything but he absolutely did not deserve to be outranked by Josh.
Brad only left just so Josh can keep cooking spaghetti.
How Josh made it to black jackets just baffles me.
Anthony may have made mistakes that service, but he was more consistent overall.
Zach made just as many mistakes, was on a downward spiral, and made excuses for his poor performance.
Why Jon nominated Anthony over Zach and why Ramsay eliminated him are beyond me.
Him getting eliminated over Zach made me so mad and sad. He was one of my favorite contestants of all-time.
Him being the runner-up makes me sad. Jen was trying to sabotage him and he was my favorite contestant of all-time. RIP
Him getting eliminated over Jackie made me so confused. He was one of the most consistent contestants on the blue team and that was his first bad service.
He was one of the more consistent chefs in his season, and he gets eliminated in freaking 12th place.
Him leaving over Robyn, Tiffany, and Royce of all people was a travesty. The blue team absolutely should have won that service, but Ramsay probably said otherwise specifically so he could get rid of Patrick.
For Tiffany stay over him is just crazy.
She wasn't robbed. Her dish looked like crap.