I thought it was kind of cruel of Paula Dean to emphasize so much how Antonia would have won the quickfire if she'd plated two plates. To acknowledge her food was great would have been nice. But the way she did it just dug the knife in too much to me. I also thought it was interesting to see two contestants (can't remember who) talking about what they needed to do to take Richard out. Made me thing that perhaps some of the pressure Richard is showing on himself isn't coming entirely from him, but from talk from others that he's the one to beat. And I hate to say it, but I got really tired of Carla this week. I'm sure she felt pressure with the style of cooking just like Fabio would for an Itallian challenge, or Angelo for an Asian challenge. But the way she was talking to the judges about how they expected something great from her for this just seemed arrogant, and I didn't like it.