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post #106 of 281
Heather is such a cunt hahaha.
post #107 of 281
Heather's bitchiness at Judges' Table made no sense. As one of the competitors pointed out, the elimination was a team elimination. By throwing Beverly under the bus, Heather was throwing herself under the bus. My only explanations are that (1) Heather dislikes Beverly so much that she is willing to sacrifice her own self-interest to see Beverly eliminated, or (2) Heather was confident that her team would be safe and wanted to plant the seeds of Beverly's incompetence in the judges' minds for future eliminations. Either way, doesn't speak highly of Heather.

Chris from Moto seems obsessed with the idea of food as art. It's going to be his undoing.

Oh, I love Grayson too. inlove.gif Not that the competition is all that tough.
post #108 of 281
No, Heather's just a c*nt all the way.

Last night's episode made that even clearer. Ed was right when he said there's still more to be revealed about the other competitors (something like that).
post #109 of 281
So did shit just get good? haven't seen latest episode.
post #110 of 281
^ A lot of hating going on last night is all.

I didn't expect Nyesha to get out this early. Oh well.
post #111 of 281
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I didn't expect Nyesha to get out this early. Oh well.

At least Nyesha won the last-chance kitchen or whatever it's called. So she's kind of in for the time being.

This season is still the fucking worst.
post #112 of 281
Heather and Bev's restaurants are only like 6 blocks apart. I wonder if they've had previous interactions or something that fed into all this drama.
post #113 of 281
Man was it uncomfortable for anyone else to watch last night's episode? Heather is a psychotic bitch. I don't even understand her complaints. Sure she has the right to an opinion and some things might have been on point but why was she voicing it ad Judge's Table? What does "we have different work ethic" have to do with why their food tasted bad? Then in the brew room she vents about how she is only satisfied if she controls a dish from beginning to end. Hello? Full control of a dish in a TEAM competition?
post #114 of 281
Um, you're referring to Heather, the obnoxious fatty, right? Bev is the passive Asian.
post #115 of 281
without characterizing her by her unfortunate physical attributes, she is one of the worst characters they've had ... it's pure flop sweat. when i was a lifeguard we were taught to approach people who were drowning very carefully and taught all kinds of hold breaks because they would sure as hell pull anything close to them under with them. she's circling the drain, going down for the third time.
post #116 of 281
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OJFC.

Seriously?
post #117 of 281
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without characterizing her by her unfortunate physical attributes, she is one of the worst characters they've had ... it's pure flop sweat. when i was a lifeguard we were taught to approach people who were drowning very carefully and taught all kinds of hold breaks because they would sure as hell pull anything close to them under with them. she's circling the drain, going down for the third time.

573
post #118 of 281
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Um, you're referring to Heather, the obnoxious fatty, right? Bev is the passive Asian.

Oops, corrected. Yeah, I meant Heather is crazy
post #119 of 281
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573

i'm not quite THAT much of a capitalist.
post #120 of 281
sucks that she won a car, too (I bet a fork lift would be more useful ohhhhhhhh)
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