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A reality show editor writes about the business, including editing for shouty chef Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen: "In the industry we call them frankenbites, where you put together one sentence from one answer, another couple words from another answer, another sentence from another day, and make it look like one interview... Hell's Kitchen is also edited a lot — they just manipulate the hell out of the interviews. It's really frankenbitten." [BuzzFeed Shift]

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