Originally Posted by gizmo1;2247207;
I wonder why he is so fixated on the West Village..I mean I know why anybody would want to own a business there, but I wonder what his reason is for not trying Brooklyn, or even Long Island instead of pissing away his opportunity waiting for a miracle in the West Village.
Stephen wanted to originally open his wine boutique somewhere in Costa Mesa but could not get the permit so he said, OK THEN, LET ME MOVE TO THIS LOCATION TO LOS ANGELES. Now in spring he will be opening his new place.
Oh well, Harold could probably be an executive chef in many very nice restaurants in NYC if he wanted. He can always go back to working for someone else. He certainly has the skills.
He is only 24, and I cannot pretend to know someone from a TV show. All the other chefs seemed to like him well enough. Chefs that were gay; straight; male;female; old; young; black and white..all across the board. With the exception of one.
Originally Posted by gizmo1;2243782;
Ilan had the professionalism and maturity to manage the two sous chefs in the kitchen at the end and win the grand prize.
You have to ask yourself whether Elia's and Betty's desire to help Ilan was driven by their animousity for Marcel rather than Ilan's so-called leadership.
Originally Posted by taffina;2250356;
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