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Why Wait for Tomorrow When You Can Watch the Amy's Baking Company Sh*t Show Finale of Kitchen Nightmares Today?

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While many of us have already set our DVRs to "stun" in anticipation of Friday night's season finale of Kitchen Nightmares featuring Amy and Sammy Bouzaglo, the control-freak duo of Amy's Baking Company in Scottsdale, the worldwide interweb has seen fit to bring us shit show Christmas early this year.

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It seems the final episode of Fox's reality show starring Gordon Ramsay has found its way onto YouTube. And, depending on how you look at it, it's either a publicist's nightmare, a tutorial of what not to do when owning a restaurant, or some of the best television you will have watched this year.

Here are the links:

Kitchen Nightmares Amy's Baking Company Part 1:

Kitchen Nightmares Amy's Baking Company Part 2:

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