I really loved this episode. I'm delighted to see how everyone likes each other and I have no problem with the lack of angry drama going on.
Too many enjoyable things happened to mention them all but excellent show. DH and I were pretty sure that no one was being sent home from the look on the judges faces. The guest judge was just too happy-sounding (forgive my grammar) for anyone to have been eliminated. And Tom, tried as hard as he could to look stern and somber as he announced the decision about Carla and Tiffany but there was a tiny smile hovering around his mouth as he spoke.
Just a very heart-warming episode.
Oh, and I'm glad Richard didn't win the Ellis Island competetion because I didn't think it was fair that he added something from his "stash" that wasn't an item actually in the little kitchen (galley) on the boat. Just seemed a little unfair to me.
Richard pouts and sulks so badly that, if I'd had a child who acted like that, he be banished to his room! I hate those kinds of people!
"...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer.
When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!
I did a little Google research about this...not a lot because it's not really important but it appears as though Richard only used the MRE bag to "heat' the hot dog combo he was making. Apparently this bag has built in magic to heat stuff. But like one blog said, why use that when you have the hot dog-roller thingy to heat them? I assumed he had something else in the bag, like different ingredients but seems that wasn't the case. So that explains why he didn't break the rules.
Last edited by Dragonlady; 03-06-2011 at 03:20 AM.
so is the finale a two parter??
"When life gives you lemons, squirt lemon juice in your enemy's eyes."
It usually is. They usually send more than the final 2 or 3 chefs to the new city for the finale, and they weed out the last semi-finalists in Part 1. Then the finalists "cook the meal of their lives" in Part 2.
They always seem to play with the number of finalists from year to year -- you just never know how many are going to the finals until they tell us.
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