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  1. David, excellent point regarding Kristen. Case in point: Stephanie Izard
  2. Regarding the Christmas episode - Hubby and I sat through that one scratching our heads and giving each other WTF looks. THEN, at the end, the Samantha Brown thing was hilarious! Made watching it up to that point well worth it.
  3. At the beginning of this season, I seem to remember her saying something about how she was SO tough as nails, that she made other chefs cry in the kitchen. I find that hard to believe!
  4. Yay for Dave! Any other day I would have rooted for Kevin . . . but Dave truly deserved the win with the agony he's had to endure with that arm. And I would have FIRED Amanda!! As for Robert, I sincerely hope we've seen the end of that arrogant douch-bag (sorry, but I just can't help myself). I've never seen a bigger cry-baby when he gets reprimanded. For Pete's sake, HK producers: DO not bring him back for a 3rd season!!
  5. I saw it the same way . . . I was actually kind of surprised at how grateful Mike was for Ash's commmentary.
  6. Well, I watched the premiere episode finally. All I can say is . . . UG.
  7. Well, I taped it, but have not watched yet. It sounds as if it's gone down a few notches. I'll watch this first episode and decide whether the rest of the season is worth wasting time on . . .
  8. Oh, I gotta admit . . . I'll be watching, too.
  9. I, too, am enjoying this show. I enjoy the fact that we're actually seeing more actual cooking in the kitchen and less drama. I do understand that there will be a bit of bickering between regular Top Chef contestants, but I can do without watching them snuggle on the sofa and worrying about what their significant others are going to think. As for Defresene, he reminds me of Ray Manzarek of the Doors in an odd sort of way. Must be the sideburns.
  10. Seems fairly simple to me: He deserved to be fired. Plain and simple. From what you've stated, the case is/was there.
  11. An example of the lousy editing on this show: During the taste test, Andrea flubbed up. Then they show her teammates standing there gasping . . . and who is standing there on the far left? Andrea, of course
  12. So sad . . . ANYthing can happen to ANYone at ANYtime.
  13. Wasn't Natasha Richardson (the actress that just passed away due to a head injury from a ski accident) one of the guest judges on an episode in this season?
  14. He was so grotesque. Thank goodness he's finally out.
  15. It didn't look like a refrigerator to me . . . it looked as if he was trying to pull a fast one. Of course, I've already deleted the DVR tape, so I can't go back and watch again. I do, however, still think he needs to be booooooted . . .
  16. Yes, Claudia, that annoys me too when Ramsay doles out insults regarding people's weight. It's really not necessary. Now if one is a total boob like Seth portrays himself to be, then that's another story! He deserves what's coming to him. Yes, Charlie goofed in the dining room - but, for the love of Pete, Seth hides butchered up meat in the cabinet?? What the bloody hay . . . ?? Seth needed to go, not Charlie.
  17. I don't know why I keep watching this show. I guess it's the 'train-wreck' aspect that keeps me coming back. We need to say buh-bye to Colleen, Lacey, and . . . omg . . . Seth. Why the hell is that dude still around? Too bad "the one who broke her ankle" (can't remember her name) had to bow out so early. My early money was on her.
  18. He strongly suggests that they didn't give the crowd vote much weight, as it seemed to him basically a popularity contest. I was wondering how much that would come into play . . .
  19. Call me weird (and many peeps do!), but I thought the dolls were . . . . . . . . . . awesome!!
  20. My biggest surprise was that Fabio (I think it was he) proudly stated to the ladies that "green and yellow make blue". And they all "Oooohed and Aaaaaahed" with glee. No, dear, it is blue and yellow (2 primary colors) that make green (a secondary color).
  21. I had high hopes for this show, but I was sorely disappointed. Like Jane, I don't even know where to begin. The concept was hopeful, but - I don't know if it was due to the guest themselves - but I found it irritating, to say the least. I enjoyed Tim Allen to a point, and the other brown-haired guy (sorry - can't remember the name) was tolerable, but the others (particularly blondie) sounded like 3rd-graders.
  22. Huh? Apparently, you haven't even seen the Spain and Tokyo (I have not yet seen the Egypt show, so I cannot comment on that one), 'cos these were two of the most sensitively done programs Tony has done. Snarky? hmmmmmm . . . As far as 'all of the shows' being 'shallow and not very informative', nothing could be further from the truth.
  23. This was a fun episode for me. Being the Classic Rock chick that I am, I liked seeing Alice and Ted. I am conservative, but not nearly as far to the right as Ted. As stated by others, he is a likeable bloke. But I can do without ALL of that huntin' stuff.
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