TV

Amy's Baking Company Returns To 'Kitchen Nightmares' With Profanity-Laced Tirade

04/14/2014 03:51 pm ET | Updated Apr 15, 2014

If you can't stand the heat, get out of Scottsdale.

Amy and Samy Bouzaglo, the proprietors of Amy's Baking Company in Scottsdale, Ariz., returned to "Kitchen Nightmares" on Friday, April 11, to defend their side of the story after backlash from last year's crazy, viral episode, and it was ridiculous.

In regard to the string of vile comments posted on the restaurant's Facebook page, Amy claims they were hacked, but admits they are definitely the ones posting now.

"Every single post that was written calling people (sic) and making fun of them because they have no money did not come from us. We didn't say those things," said Amy. "Now we are because now you have lit the fire inside of us. Now when we're calling people little trolls and telling them they have no balls, yes, that's us. Because I think it takes a very special kind of person, it's called a eunuch, to be able to call someone over the phone and bully them when you don't know who they are."

Wow, tell us how you really feel.

Amy also went on to call Gordon Ramsay a "pale-face, pansy-ass willow" and said that people who attacked her using Yelp were "the (sic) mafia."

"They [Yelp users] are [insert word for cats], they are pansies, and they have no balls," said Amy.

In the infamous episode last year, Gordon Ramsay walked out on Amy's Baking Company after the owners refused to accept criticism, allegedly pocketed tips from the wait staff and picked a fight with a customer.

"Kitchen Nightmares" airs Sunday at 8 p.m. EDT on Fox.

Fox New Shows 2013-2014

Related on HuffPost:

Suggest a correction
189 Comments

CONVERSATIONS