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  • (Male announcer) Tonight on Kitchen Nightmares,

  • Gordon may be in the city of brotherly love...

  • All right, now I'm gettin' mad!

  • (Announcer) But no one is feeling the love at Chiarella's.

  • Put it up! Let's go!

  • (Announcer) Chef Ramsay is in for a major struggle

  • with a proud but misguided husband and wife team.

  • - The food was disgusting. - I disagree with you.

  • (Announcer) While one deals with the failing business...

  • I don't know what youse are doing!

  • (Announcer) By fighting back...

  • Everybody get it together.

  • (Announcer) The other has given up.

  • It's just so much I'm afraid of.

  • (Announcer) Not surprisingly, the marriage is at its breaking point.

  • What the hell is going on with you?

  • (Announcer) Get ready for a night of raw emotion...

  • It ain't her fault, it's my [Bleep] fault!

  • (Announcer) As chef Ramsay tries to rebuild not just a restaurant...

  • You've got to bounce back.

  • (Announcer) But an owner's confidence as well.

  • I shouldn't even be here.

  • (Announcer) Tonight, failure might just be an option

  • in Philadelphia.

  • Do you know how you can turn this around?

  • Save your [Bleep] money. Shut the door!

  • What is that?

  • Disgusting crap!

  • You're done! I'm done?

  • I'm not insane! Yes, you are!

  • Shut the place down! Get out of here!

  • (Gordon) That is amazing!

  • [Sobbing] I can't take any more!

  • I just can't thank you enough.

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  • (announcer) South Philadelphia,

  • boasting some of the most authentic Italian restaurants

  • in the country,

  • and home to Chiarella's.

  • Good evening. Two?

  • closed the original Chiarella's,

  • which was located in Wildwood, New Jersey.

  • My parents owned the original Chiarella's.

  • Phenomenal business... Busy every night, packed.

  • We just figured once we opened here,

  • we would be just as successful here

  • as Chiarella's was in Wildwood.

  • (Tommy) Hello. How you doing?

  • (Dina) When we first opened Chiarella's,

  • Tommy was fun and happy.

  • How you doing tonight?

  • Great, great. Couldn't be better.

  • - But as business went down... - Who didn't come in?

  • (Dina) A four, a two, a four.

  • - Why? - I don't know.

  • Tommy became, like, a completely different person.

  • The success in Wildwood did not at all

  • follow me to Philly.

  • No, man. A lot of people didn't come in.

  • Oh, don't worry about it.

  • We have a great little restaurant.

  • The menu is fantastic.

  • We have good food...

  • And I can't figure out what the problem is.

  • That's your opinion.

  • Tommy and Dina need to admit,

  • like, our food [Bleep] blows, and that's it.

  • - What happened with that? - She don't like that.

  • They can go [Bleep] themselves, all right?

  • You have to put out what people want,

  • and we're not doing that right now, not at all.

  • You take this [Bleep] out. I'm done.

  • When there's problems in the kitchen,

  • Tommy just goes, "I ain't dealing with this [Bleep],"

  • and he leaves.

  • [Grunting]

  • He just goes down in the basement

  • and lifts his little weights.

  • And he does his crazy sit-ups or whatever on the chair.

  • Or he'll just practice his golf swing.

  • That's a shank.

  • Maybe one time a golf ball hit him in the head

  • because he is not himself,

  • and he's mentally breaking down.

  • Anybody know where my check is?

  • I lost a check, unless it's down my ass.

  • Is it down my ass? Is it?

  • I can't figure it out.

  • When I see the restaurant doing poorly,

  • and I see an empty restaurant,

  • it's the worst feeling you can ever imagine.

  • Why is this happening to me, man?

  • I gotta pick myself up.

  • Tommy can't deal with the lack of business.

  • It's driving him crazy.

  • I ain't destined for this business no more, man.

  • I don't know what to do.

  • Over the last couple years, the stress...

  • Tommy's just, like, drained from it.

  • Let's get this night over with, man,

  • 'cause I wanna get out of here.

  • And I want Tommy to be happy,

  • 'cause he deserves that.

  • This is not right.

  • I'm not even doing enough business

  • to keep my electric and gas on.

  • I can't lose this.

  • This was it. This was everything.

  • I can't lose the restaurant. I'm dead.

  • I'm in South Philly, known to locals

  • as the "red sauce neighborhood,"

  • because this place is surrounded

  • with great Italian restaurants.

  • Now, I'm really looking forward to checking out Chiarella's.

  • It small.

  • Wow. Oh, hello.

  • - Hello. How are you? - Nice to see you.

  • - And your first name is? -Dina.

  • Dina. And the name Chiarella's came from?

  • My father. My family.

  • Okay... We had a restaurant in Wildwood.

  • And how long was it in Wildwood for? 36 years.

  • Oh, wow. Wow, wow, wow.

  • - And did you spend time there? - All my life.

  • You're not that old, are you?

  • Yeah, I am. [Chuckles]

  • We need chef Ramsay's help because

  • Tommy needs to take control of his business and himself

  • to make things work.

  • And that is our problem.

  • And Mr. Chiarella, he oversees it?

  • - He's retired. - Oh, he's retired.

  • It's mine and my husband's place.

  • - May I meet your husband? - Yes.

  • Please? Thank you.

  • - Excellent. - If I can find where he is.

  • - Thomas, are you in the bathroom? - No, I'm right here.

  • Can you come up here, babe?

  • - Is he in the kitchen? - No. Thomas doesn't cook.

  • - Oh, he doesn't cook? - No.

  • - Hey. - Pleasure.

  • Pleasure's all mine, bud. Good to see you. You too.

  • - You look fit. - Yeah, a little bit.

  • Uh, let's sit down, let's have a catch-up,

  • and let's find out what's going on, shall we?

  • You got it. Yeah?

  • If I knew exactly why I needed help,

  • I wouldn't need chef Ramsay.

  • -So, Dina. -Yes.

  • So whose idea was it to move that name

  • and to buy in South Philly?

  • Well, my father retired... Right.

  • And we needed to figure out

  • what we were gonna do with our lives.

  • I mean, all we know is the restaurant business.

  • That's all we knew.

  • What's wrong with the restaurant, Dina, what?

  • No consistency. No consistency. Service, food?

  • I think our food is better than the area's food around here...

  • It's quality, it's fresh.

  • But Dina just said you're inconsistent.

  • What's inconsistent is the customers.

  • So the food's consistent,

  • - but the customers are inconsistent? - Right.

  • I don't think they like Italian food.

  • - Come on. - Oh, yeah.

  • And I stand behind our food.

  • But what's missing from the restaurant?

  • We don't know what's missing. Customers.

  • Well, okay, in terms of how this place is run,

  • I mean, who actually runs it?

  • - Me. - You're in charge?

  • And how many days a week are you here?

  • Maybe two or three. Right.

  • And do you always agree with what Tommy's doing?

  • - Really? - Yeah.

  • I don't agree with the way he runs the kitchen.

  • You're not taking it seriously enough?

  • Oh, I take it serious, it's just

  • there's not enough business.

  • (Dina) That's not the issue.

  • The issue is you can't better your business

  • the way you're running it.

  • Well, he's asking a question...

  • He's asking a question and I...

  • I'm here every day, you don't have to be here every day.

  • And I go home, and that's what I do.

  • I don't fully understand why this place is not working.

  • He keeps denying what the real issue is.

  • I didn't think she felt like that.

  • I mean, I thought...

  • Can I just have a word with this man on his own

  • for two minutes, please?

  • I love my wife, but this restaurant has killed

  • our relationship... It killed it.

  • Listen, I can see you're hurting.

  • That's why I wanted a word in person, that's all.

  • I'm embarrassed.

  • She thinks I don't care, man.

  • But it's my fault.

  • I mean, my wife... I'm the man.

  • Italian... I'm the man.

  • I'm buried.

  • I stay in bed because I'm afraid to get up.

  • I'm afraid who's gonna come after me.

  • Who's gonna shut my gas off?

  • I need help here.

  • I need somebody to help me, man,

  • because this business has been absolutely horrendous.

  • And it's the worst feeling you can ever imagine.

  • (Announcer) Coming up...

  • That's ghastly.

  • Feel like I've just given birth.

  • (Announcer) Gordon discovers how deep

  • Tommy has fallen into depression...

  • What the hell is going on with you?

  • (Announcer) How far the restaurant has sunk...

  • (Gordon) It's like cat food.

  • (Announcer) And how Fed up Dina has become.

  • All right, now I'm getting mad.

  • (Announcer) It's fight time in Philly.

  • Put it up! Let's go!

  • I don't know what youse are doing!

  • (Announcer) Coming up on Kitchen Nightmares.

  • (Announcer) After a disheartening conversation

  • with Dina and Tommy...

  • Give you another tea.

  • - Thank you. - Thank you.

  • (Announcer) Chef Ramsay is hoping to find encouragement from Chiarella's menu.

  • Okay... Casual gourmet dining. Whoa.

  • Wow, do they have veal!

  • "The veal cutlet Johnny, veal parmigiana,

  • "veal cutlet with roasted peppers,

  • "veal scalapini, veal saltimbocca,

  • "veal Chiarella,

  • "veal Sinatra, veal francaise,

  • "veal picante, veal marsala

  • "veal cutlet Roberto, and veal Mia." Wow.

  • There's so much veal on here. I didn't see any chicken.

  • Whoa. Hold on.

  • 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,

  • 11 chicken dishes.

  • That's insane.

  • - Hello. - Hello, how are you?

  • - I'm good, how are you? - Very well, thank you.

  • - Your first name is? - I'm Renata.

  • - Renata, pleased to meet you. - You too.

  • Is that real, all these veal and chicken dishes?

  • Yeah.

  • Damn! And these names...

  • Veal Chiarella.

  • And down here, the steak Michael Anthony.

  • These are all named after people.

  • Yeah, they're all named after the family.

  • So why have they got a veal Sinatra?

  • Yeah, so I think they ran out of names.

  • [Laughs]

  • Frank Sinatra is not a relative of the family.

  • I think they had to get a little creative with it,

  • so why not go with Sinatra?

  • He's a great singer, right?