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- Dec 9, 2014
Ok did everyone watch last night? I don't even know what to say!!!!
I’ve surprised myself and have become a big fan of Eddie. I’m really rooting for him. He seems quite talented and I find his awkwardness, anxiety and self-deprecating humor very charming. But the rest I feel fairly neutral about.Not a fan of this group of chefs. I'm not finding them very likeable.
I couldn't remember who Nick was, so I looked him up and I while I don't remember him that well, I don't remember disliking him. Can you refresh my memory -- was he an unlikable contestant?Eddie is a great surprise. Humble and endearing and Uber talented. I didn’t want to like him given his relationship with Nick (not to mention lamb issue) but he’s awesome. I’m rooting for him.
Ah, Nick. There was a group challenge. He had immunity from a quickfire win but made this awful bird’s nest dessert thing. His team expressed concern about it but he basically said “don’t worry, I know what I’m doing” and wouldn’t take their feedback. Their team wound up on the bottom due to that dish (judges said so) and Jacques Pepin even straight up asked if he was going to be ok letting a team member go home for a good dish when his was so awful and the reason they lost. To which he replied that he thought he had done well enough in the quickfire to earn immunity. It’s the game and he did have immunity but he didn’t even seem to feel badly about it (could have been the way it was edited) and it just left a bad impression. In general he was kinda whiny and cocky. Lots of people also feel he didn’t deserve to win in the end. It’s been a while so maybe I’ll rewatch and who knows, could feel differently. His restaurant in Philly (at which Eddie is exec chef) gets rave reviews.I couldn't remember who Nick was, so I looked him up and I while I don't remember him that well, I don't remember disliking him. Can you refresh my memory -- was he an unlikable contestant?
Did y'all see that Fatima Ali died? Absolutely heartbreaking.