Apparently, Fox has decided they're pleased with the idea of having celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay step out of the kitchen and offer his makeover advice to hotels. They recently renewed his fourth reality show for the network, "Hotel Hell," for a second season.
The renewal came just in time for the show's first season finale, which saw Ramsay heading to the River Rock Inn in Pennslyvania. Ramsay almost immediately determined the inn was "not fit for the public." And it wasn't even the bugs he kept finding everywhere that were the biggest problem.
He took black lights to the beds and found what he described as "a vast spread of bodily fluid stains."
"It's like a f*cking galaxy," Ramsay marveled, asking if the bed coverings had ever been washed.
In the end, though, Ramsay gave the hotel a makeover and a thorough cleaning. As for "Hotel Hell," CarterMatt.com suggested the show could use some more funny moments in a second season, though this finale proved the show is entertaining.
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