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post #361 of 632
I wanted blais to win his season, and I really hope he does it this time.
post #362 of 632
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I wanted blais to win his season, and I really hope he does it this time.
he should be disqualified for occasionally speaking in the third person
post #363 of 632
ChicagoRon has never noticed that he does that
post #364 of 632
Angelo is such a weirdo with his emotional outburst. That and his weird "crocodile" thing he wrote on his table trying to be "artsy".
post #365 of 632
Not that I'm judging.. but the mail-order bride is a little suspect too
post #366 of 632
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I hate it when they handicap the chefs with unrealistic limitations. I want to see the best food, not the best food they make with a spork and hot plate.

+1, this was one of the worst elimination challenges in the history of top chef. Its almost like the Bravo executives decided to sacrifice an entire episode to the gods of product placement.

Dale is tearing this season up, even if his cookie was a complete David Chang knock off.
post #367 of 632
Dale is absolutely cleaning up this season. Last night's challenge was just ridiculous. Yea, it's cool that target is a sponsor and all but holy shit that was just awful.
post #368 of 632
yea the whole episode was dumb with the sesame street characters and unrealistic challenge.
post #369 of 632
Cookie monster and elmo was not dumb. I thought it was kind of cute. I also like that they throw some baking in... having at least a cursory knowledge of pastry separates the men from the boys.
post #370 of 632
would have been fun early in the season, but in the prime time, its kind of stupid.
post #371 of 632
The muppets were awesome. I was cracking up the whole time. Best quickfire ever.

The target challenge. Not really a fan. The 100 portions was just too much for a makeshift kitchen. They have done the kooky kitchens in the past like when they all grilled at the farm/dude ranch, but never 100 portions.

Not really an Angelo fan.
post #372 of 632
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The muppets were awesome. I was cracking up the whole time. Best quickfire ever. The target challenge. Not really a fan. The 100 portions was just too much for a makeshift kitchen. They have done the kooky kitchens in the past like when they all grilled at the farm/dude ranch, but never 100 portions. Not really an Angelo fan.
You know - if Antonia was able to do 100 eggs over-easy, it couldn't have been THAT hard. I wanted to be a sosa fan.. I believe he is talented. But.. def not my favorite. I really do think he should have won last season tho
post #373 of 632
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post
Not really sure how that clown Mike Isabella is still around...

I was surprised but not heartbroken with the elimination last night. I'm in shock that Angelo didn't taste and realize that his soup was incredibly salty. It's one thing to make a lackluster soup (Carla) but another to serve something that is inedible.

I'm thinking Blaise, Dale, Antonia as the final 3.

ehh.. Mike Isabella is one hell of a chef. He is far from being out of place in that group.
post #374 of 632
didn't realize it until reading grant achatz' book, but blais was an early comer in the french laundry kitchen.
post #375 of 632
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ehh.. Mike Isabella is one hell of a chef. He is far from being out of place in that group.

You're probably right, but he seemed to be mostly talk last season often riding on Michael Voltaggio's coat tails, and now this season he's been on the bottom on challenges where he should have shined (according to him).
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