Scott Hawley was a contestant on Season 7 of Hell's Kitchen. He ranked in 11th place. When the chefs entered Hell's Kitchen while being welcomed by a group of press reporters and photographers, Scott said that he was ready to whatever Ramsay would throw at him. When he introduced himself at the microphone, he declared that he was there to win the competition, with Ramsay noticing that it was a bold statement. During the Signature Dish Challenge, Scott was the third person from the blue team to have his dish judged by Ramsay and went up against Jamie.
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The Marine sergeant who made sexist comments about women on the reality television show "Hell's Kitchen" has been fired from his position as a chef to the commandant, according to a news report. Frank Cala had apologized for the remarks, but that apparently wasn't enough for the Marine Corps. Cala was removed from the commandant's staff and reassigned to the Marine Enlisted Aide Program," according to an article by Jeff Schogol, a reporter at Marine Corps Times. Cala was serving as executive chef at the Home of the Commandants when he appeared on the April 1 broadcast of Fox's reality TV cooking competition. After he was kicked out of the contest, he made a confessional interview as he left the set.