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Masterchef season 3

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by tiams, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. Jul 4, 2012 #101 of 275
    justen_m

    justen_m Cheesehead

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    I have a crush on Monti. Even if she is a [edit out], screw sensors, that just means idiot and had no reference to female genitalia in this context. If you disagree Jesda, let's get down and fight... on the... bar stool. I will out drink you! Or on the mat. But I would prefer drinking.

    I am cooking big time today. Grilling brats and ribs (both prepared yesterday. by me and a friend), and ratatouille salad and corn on the cob.
     
  2. Jesda

    Jesda CAPTAIN AWESOME

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    Monti's 'John Dory' looked appetizing.

    Now was I referring to her fish or her "fish" :p
     
  3. Ruth

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    Thank God Tali is finally gone. "The judges just can't taste my genius!" Sure. That's definitely the problem. What a clown.
     
  4. Kamakzie

    Kamakzie Are you serious bro?

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    Now Tali and his buddy Ryan can ride off into the sunset together. :D
     
  5. tiams

    tiams New Member

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    The sea urchin was so beautiful. Made me sad.
     
  6. JETarpon

    JETarpon Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful things are meant to be eaten.
     
  7. TheMerk

    TheMerk Always Bid First

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    If you're so inclined, I highly recommended downloading MasterChef Australia. Even better than the US version!
     
  8. mattack

    mattack Active Member

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    Tali is such a narcissist.
     
  9. jamesl

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    well, from the preview for next week, it looks like
    Christine
    will be going home
    did they actually have her working the BBQ grill ? !
     
  10. Kamakzie

    Kamakzie Are you serious bro?

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    I don't believe the previews anymore. Too many red herrings.
     
  11. sharkster

    sharkster Well-Known Member

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    Yup. I think it's usually pretty safe to expect that the exact opposite of what they elude will be what happens. It seems to always be a dramatic set up to make you think one thing when something else actually happened.
     
  12. Cainebj

    Cainebj Active Member

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    frakking stupid producers.

    what's the purpose of having a mystery box if you are going to show us what is in it during the "On Tonight's Show" 3 minutes before the actual reveal?
     
  13. Mikeyis4dcats

    Mikeyis4dcats Well-Known Member

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    uh, the mystery isn't for you, it's for them. I bet they were STILL surprised even with the preview.
     
  14. jamesl

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    in my opinion, they sent the wrong person home

    this week's spoiler
    I love Christine, but it seemed like her blindness caused them to fall behind and not complete the plate

    next week's spoiler
    I hope she (Stacey) wins the 2nd chance "come back contest" next week
     
  15. sharkster

    sharkster Well-Known Member

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    From the next week's spoiler referenced by James -

    UGH! I hate these second chance things! Maybe I'm alone, but it seems like if I earned a spot to still be there and others got cut because they deserved to be cut, I'd be mad as hell when they bring the losers back. It just doesn't seem fair to me.

    As for the cut last night- I really did think that Stacey was the one who failed in that team, but maybe I didn't pay attention enough to see that Christine hindered progress too much for Stacey to finish.
     
  16. ireland967

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    It was really hard to tell who completed what tasks in the final challenge. I would have liked to have seen each chef compete alone, particularly with a cuisine that so many of them had no experience with. Marni was saved being paired with Felix, if Frank had paired her with David they could easily have been on the chopping block. Christine and Stacey seemed to do very little besides cook rice in the first 45 minutes, leaving Stacey holding the bag in the last 15.

    Preview spoiler:

    Just don't let Tali (or his buddy) come back PLEASE!!!
     
  17. Cearbhaill

    Cearbhaill Garden obsessed

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    So- who else has had to have poached eggs this week?
    I made them this morning although they didn't turn out nearly as perfect as Becky's :D
    Still yummy!
     
  18. RichardHead

    RichardHead Musical Klutz

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    I made poached eggs with corned beef hash yesterday and they turned out great except I never can get them to look as good as they should, probably because I don't have the right pan for the eggs. I do a pretty good omelet too but that's about the extent of my cooking skills.
     
  19. Ruth

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    I couldn't really tell who did what and why they were so behind. But, I think Stacey deserved to go home based on her total freakout during the challenge. I just don't think you can completely melt down like that and expect to stay in the competition.
     
  20. That Don Guy

    That Don Guy Now with more GB

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    What worries me is...
    On a show like this, this smacks of, "The person (choose one: the chefs; the producers; both) want to win was eliminated, so we need to find a way to get that person back into the competition and get our marketing plans back on track."
    At least with "the save" on American Idol, the fans have the final say on who wins. Remember, the first winner of the USA version of The X Factor was "eliminated" by Simon before "he realized his mistake"; does anybody really believe that?
     

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