Did you know that the brothers are in a rivalry and that it's not fair to make a person who is not legally allowed to marry work a bachlor/ette party? What's with the editors hammering us over the heads with it? I'm sick of the sibling rivalry and my sympathy for [Asley's?] plight was lost somewhere in the whining. The brothers thing was semi interesting the first time we heard it, but really unless you are an only child it's not really a news flash. And the gay person having to work for the betrothed couple would have garnered more sympathy had they not beat us to death with it, especially since it was not actually a wedding, making her reaction seem even more OTT.
Having read all the comments about the ceviches here at the FORT I also had to laugh as all the non-cooked food. It does seem that the judges are letting that pass by too much this season. Despite my loathing of hearing anymore from the brothers about how they are in a rivalry (did you know that!) I think they both can cook and really well. I'm also partial to blond Jennifer, Eli and Kevin. I may change my mind but they are early favorites.
Really liked Top Chef Masters for how willing they were to help each other. Maybe because they are already established, and it wasn't for them but a charity? Or perhaps their willingness to help is part of what makes them a great chef. We're back to regular Top Chef and I can say I have never watched it for the drama of fighting. For me the interesting drama comes from them figuring out what to make for the challenges and the subsequent battles they must overcome in the execution.