Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Pack Your Knives and Go (Cut Your Wrists)

In the land of reality television, there is really only one show I watch religiously. That is Top Chef. For those of you who don't know, Top Chef is a cooking show which pits chefs against each other for a grand prize through various cooking challenges. I started watching during the middle of season two, and here we are now with season four. It took me a while to warm up to the new chef-testants, but now I have my favs, and my most hated.

First...I want to have Richard's babies. Or at least practice. Lots and lots of practice.

Second...As much as I love Richard, I'm pulling for Stephanie to win. Tonight's episode pretty much clinched that for me. Besides, if Richard is upset about not winning, I will make him feel better.

Third...I used to not like Andrew, but he's grown on me. Like mold. I liked him the instant he said "culinary boner". I've yet to use that in conversation, but the opportunity has yet to present itself.

And last...Lisa is the biggest crunt to ever curse a kitchen.

Why she is in the final three, I will never know. She must have made a deal with Satan. Or maybe she's one of those people who have the kind of luck where they fall into a bucket of shit (probably something she cooked) and comes out with the Hope Diamond in hand. She's consistently been in the bottom for worst dishes. She never takes responsibility for the crap she churns out. Not to mention blaming other people. Greasy McBitchface is only in the top three by sheer dumb luck. I can list at least 9 other chefs on that show who were far more deserving to be there...even that one chick who was the very first to be eliminated.


So, in case you are wondering where I will be, I will be over at the Television Without Pity site, bitching more about tonight's episode on their message boards.


IDigSmartLadies said...

Top Chef is the shiznit. Back in week two, I actually was motivated enough to email Stephanie to inquire of her next venture, as her previous restaurant in Chicago was closed. She was somewhat cryptic in her response, which led me to believe she might have won and couldn't say anything to confirm that. I knew better than to ask, but she seemed coy enough in her answer that I filed it away.

As far as most hated, I think Spike takes it for me. Between the crappy attitude and the misogynistic comments, the crap spewing from his mouth was offensive to almost anyone watching the show.

Rachel said...

I'll have to check this out. I get hooked on many "reality" shows, including Hell's kitchen, so it wouldn't be hard to like this one.


butliz said...

I love me the TwoP. I've been wasting time at work on TwoP since 2004! Whee.

Nightmare said...

LOVE THE TPC5! and you're right Lisa ia a giant Crazy aUNT!

"The D" said...

I don't watch that show. I think most reality shows should be classified as game shows.