字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Don't eat anything here. Don't eat the freaking fruit, and I'm not kidding, you will get sick. - [Woman] I tried to wash my hands. (man speaks softly) - Nicole, you're busted, but I have an idea to do something we've never done before. When the owner comes up to the table I want you to introduce yourself as Nicole Taffer. - My name is Nicole Taffer, and I am Jon Taffer's wife. And before he comes in here, I'd like to give you guys a chance to make up for this. - I'd like to order one of everything. - I'd like to order everything on the menu. - So you mean both sides? - Yeah. - Normally, they don't know who our recon is. So this should be them at their best. - [Chef] Right. - There's Sean, Sean is your cook. - Every specialty pizza? - [Danny] Let's just do what she wanted. If you need help, Sean, let me know. - This cook just got an order for about 20 food items and the owner walked out. - He could easily be stood in the other side of the window, just directing, being a conductor. - Why is it freaking foaming up so bad? Did they just change it? So that's our problem. - So they just changed the keg. The beer lines in this bar run about 150 feet. You should position the keg in the right place, because after 120 feet, the glycol inside gets warm, and the beer can't possibly be cooled. - Look at the grease on my hand it's leaving. Look at this, it's disgusting. - Ew. - [Nicole] Would you eat this? - No, no. - [Nicole] If you don't have a microwave, I don't know how you're cooking these. - They're using that pizza oven for everything. - It's too hot. - And it's too hot. - There's no way in the world that can be cooking properly. And what is he doing with this water? - Defrosting something. - You're slopping around water in a kitchen with food product all over the place. - I've never been able to press grease out of a dish. - [Ashley] (gasps) Oh my god, look at this. One, two, three. Oh, I can't do it. - [Nicole] I can't do it, I can't do it. - It's like gooey snot. I feel like I'm gonna puke. - Well, I don't need to ask you how that was. (laughs) - Is this funny to you? Serving people piles of (bleep) like this? - (laughs) That doesn't look appealing to me right now, no. - Right, which is ridiculous. - That just pisses me off. - Hey, what's going on over there with the water, guys? - We got a flood in the kitchen. - So these idiots left the sink running. - [Lisamarie] He's just like flopping it on the ground and then rinsing it out. - He can't even mop a frickin' floor, this guy. They made about 20 food items. The items sucked, the cook crashed. The owner has no idea what to do. This place completely fell apart. I'm going in. I wish I had a fricking life preserver. (upbeat music) - He's exhausted already. - [Justin] Oh God, there goes Jon Taffer, oh God. - Careful where you sit. - I'm embarrassed to even go back out right now. - Can I see somebody who owns this place? Okay, there's one. - I'm Valerie. - Hi, how are you? - Hey Jon, how you doing? - Good, so I wanna understand. How much are you losing? - 15,000 a month. - $15,000 a month. - Justin, you have been sitting here with your mom watching this catastrophe. - We don't know much about the restaurant business, but what we do know is if you tell us what to do, we'll do anything you tell us to do. - Can you possibly succeed with these, that go in a pizza oven at 600 degrees, so they can't possibly be cooked right? - Absolutely not. - Marcus, do you think the food is good? - The big pile of (bleep) on the table. - Look at this, Danny. - [Danny] I seen it. - But you served it. So understand, your cook (bleep) up, you then hold it in your hands, look at it and say to yourself, this isn't right, correct? And then you brought it out anyway. I sent my wife Nicole in with her friend Ashley. And you knew it had to be right. And you still (bleep) it up. The investors own 60% of this business. Danny owns 40% of this business. Danny is (bleep) it up! Why don't the investors stand up and do something about it? You know the term hostile takeover? You guys own 60% of this business, you control it. And you think this is funny, don't ya? - I don't think it's funny. I just think you're acting kind of a little crazy. - Well, I'm getting through to you. 'Cause obviously he can't, can you. - Not getting through to me, I'm tuning you out. - You're tuning me out? - I'm tuning you out. - Well, tune your customers out, also this. Your bar sucks. And you're gonna stand there and defend it in front of him. - I'm not defending nothing. And I'm just saying, there's a (bleep) way to do it, and there's a little tact to doing it. And the way you're doing it is just (bleep). - Really? - Really. - You're an irresponsible ass (bleep). And my wife probably got sick because of you. You wanna lose their money, that's one thing. You get people sick, that is un (bleep) acceptable. Clean up this (bleep) hole. So they're gonna microwave the chili. Did you see that? - Yep. (upbeat music) - Oh thanks. Can we get a couple of drafts? Thank you. The cheese isn't melted. - [Kevin] And the french fries are soggy. - [Maria] Thank you. We still have the sampler coming out, right? - What's the ticket time on this? It's been a while. - Eight minutes. - [Bartender] I think I forgot to put that in. - Oh no. - Forgot the order. - Forgot to put it in. They are responsible for leaving the bar to cook the food, then who is taking care of the bar guests? - Where's all my bartenders? This lovely gentleman needs some beers. - We're now at 11 minutes on that platter. And normally, a potato skin would be fried, so it's crisp, and then topped off. - Yeah. - So I'm guessing this is gonna be very soggy. - Soggy. - [Jon] Look at those wings. They're not crisp, you can see it. - Potatoes are raw. - Yeah? - Yeah. - Kev, it's raw. - Yeah, raw. - It's raw. - Oh, that's gross. - Don't eat that, Kevin. Don't eat that. - I can't let this go on, I'm going in. (dramatic music) - [Michelle] Mike, where's all my bartenders? - Michelle, hi, I'm Jon Taffer, is Brian here? - Yes. - Great, come on over. Brian, Jon Taffer, how are you? - Good, nice to meet you. - Good to meet you. Come on, I want you to meet somebody. - This is Maria Menounos, if you've ever watched "Extra" and Kevin Undergaro, I sent them in here to be my recon tonight. So you didn't eat your potato skins. You love potato skins. - I love potato skins, yeah. - I know that about you. How many bites did you take? - One. - She didn't even take a second bite. Couldn't eat the chicken wings. - It was raw. - Raw. - Yeah, I knew immediately because I've been in the food business. So I didn't want to get sick, so I spit it out. (dramatic music) - Look at the filth everywhere. Look at the filth in here! Look at the filth in here! It just keeps getting better, guys. This is your future, look at it! Look at the sludge on the bottom of this grease. This is why their fried food was terrible. Do you wanna eat this? Come on in, Kev. - [Kevin] Oh my God. - [Jon] Look at him, he's gonna barf. - Do you know how old that oil is? - [Michelle] No. - Do you see how thin the oil is? All the properties of the oil is completely broken down. All you're doing is boiling food in old oil. - Look at that. This is the chili that was on your fries. 20 days ago, this was made. If this bar is not clean when I come here in the morning, I will not rescue you. You understand that? Shut this bar down, get these people out of here. You gotta prove yourself to me, Michelle. Shut it the (bleep) down. This bar is closed. - You want the prime rib dip. - Yeah. - The prime rib dip? - That's what she was recommending. - [Bartender] Okay, yeah, it's really good here. - [Justin] I'd like the half rack of ribs. - [Bartender] Half rack, half rack, okay. - So Jon, I'm just a little confused about Reva. - She's not helping anything. - No. - So either she doesn't know, Mia, or she doesn't care. - [Mia] Exactly. - She almost seems a little intimidated. Okay, so these are the ribs. When were these made? - Oh my goodness. - What is the date on these? - [Jason] These are like petrified, no date, no label. - [Jon] Is that mold on those ribs? - Ew! - That is so scary. - They're like boiled. - That's a silverware caddy. That is a utensil holder. There's meat in there! - Oh that's the prime rib! - [Mia] Oh God! Oh, that is disgusting. - Chef, he can't eat this food. - No. - That is not servable at all. - So we need to find out when that was made. We can't let Justin eat this food. Go and find out when this was made. Stop this, okay? - Yeah, I got it. Jon sends me in to stop these ribs from being served. Someone is 100% gonna get sick, if not dead. - I'll be back for the toast. (dramatic music) Right behind you, Bridget.