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Amy's Baking Company: Gordon Ramsay Will Return for Kitchen Nightmares Season 6 Premiere on Friday, February 28

That's right. Even Gordan Ramsay couldn't resist going back for more crazy in the upcoming season of Kitchen Nightmares. According to Fox, the notoriously hard-ass chef will return to Crazy Amy's for the premiere of the sixth season of the show.

The episode, "Amy's Baking Company, Part Two," will be a follow-up to the shit-show season five finale in which Ramsay walked out on restaurant owners Amy and Samy Bouzaglo of Scottsdale's Amy's Baking Company. Hold on, everyone, we're sure it's going to be a batshit-crazy ride.

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The new episode will premiere on Friday, February 28 at 8 p.m. on Fox. There will be an encore presentation of "Amy's Baking Company, Part One," on Friday, February 21 at 7 p.m. for anyone who somehow managed to miss it the first time around.

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The original episode first aired on Friday, May 10 (it was also leaked early online) as the finale to the fifth season of Kitchen Nightmares. In it you get to watch Chef Ramsay try to wrestle the crazy out of the two restaurant owners, who do everything from verbally attack their customers to admit to taking their servers' tips. And of course from there things only got crazier.

The couple recently was named two of the worst bosses of the year by eBossWatch, an online career resource, who cited their "workplace bulliyng" as the duos main problem.

Check your cable guide for channel information and details about the upcoming show. Meow.

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