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Kitchen Nightmares Amy's Baking Company Season Premiere Postponed

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We know how much you were looking forward to seeing Crazy Amy meow her way back into the limelight this Friday on the season six premiere of Kitchen Nightmares. Unfortunately, you'll have to wait.

The episode, a follow-up to the shitshow season five finale featuring celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay walking out on the couple, has been postponed -- and there's no date set for when the episode will finally run.

See also: Amy's Baking Company: Overcooked Reality and the Decline of Western Civility

The season premiere was supposed to air at 7 p.m. on Fox (KSAZ 10), but now an episode of Bones is listed in that time slot.

The infamous couple, Amy and Samy Bouzgalo, were also scheduled to appear in an episode of Dr. Phil at 3 p.m. Wednesday, February 26. That show also has been postponed, with an episode titled, "A Lying, Cheating, Violent Husband or a Wife's False Accusations?" set to air instead.

Stay tuned for more updates. And for the complete backstory to the whole Amy's Baking Company drama, check out our cover story, Amy's Baking Company: Overcooked Reality and the Decline of Western Civility.

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