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post #181 of 187
^ Don't trust any of those edits- the thing that really grates- and food network is also guilty of this... is how they edit together what is purportedly somebody's reaction to a comment then when you see the full scene it's not.

Misleading and it sucks.
post #182 of 187
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"Gail complains about the stringy leek, but Hugh says he doesn’t mind because he’s good with a knife, and there’s a quick shot of Gail looking like she wouldn’t mind taking a knife to Hugh, but it’s all in good fun because food brings us together."

See earlier discussion of Hugh.

tl/dr: douchebag.
post #183 of 187
All this talk of leeks is very timely since it is St. Davy's Day.
post #184 of 187
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

See earlier discussion of Hugh.

tl/dr: unibrowed douchebag.
ftfy
post #185 of 187
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

See earlier discussion of Hugh.

tl/dr: Hughnibrowed douchebag.

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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post

ftfy

ftfy
post #186 of 187
I kept watching him and just can't understand why he would be a judge. Other than being a douchebag, he never says anything insightful, he has a very fake way of talking, and up until this final episode, he would have these weird patterns where he would either consistently follow a complement with a criticism, or sandwich a complement between two criticisms. That's fine sometimes, but this was a consistent pattern of his. He's also awkward and emotionally dead when he has to candidly interact with people. I really can't stand him.
post #187 of 187
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I kept watching him and just can't understand why he would be a judge. Other than being a douchebag, he never says anything insightful, he has a very fake way of talking, and up until this final episode, he would have these weird patterns where he would either consistently follow a complement with a criticism, or sandwich a complement between two criticisms. That's fine sometimes, but this was a consistent pattern of his. He's also awkward and emotionally dead when he has to candidly interact with people. I really can't stand him.
So you're saying you think he's hot.
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