Thursday, September 06, 2007

We Got Nothing


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

The quickfire challenge pushed him to the edge, and today was the day Howie decided to say F--- This S---.

rob said...

Say what you will about Howie, he put of sweat into his cooking.

ArtfulSub said...

The episode sucked. Boring.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, way too many group challenges this season, how are they supposed to individual talent by making them do all these ridiculous teams challenges, I suppose because they learned from last season that group challenges is where all the dramas at. Too bad Howie decided to be a team player, its probably why he was finally let go, theyd drained him of all the theatrics and drama he had to offer, when he finally said fuck and tried to work cohesively, they figured his run was spent, sweat on Howie, sweat on.

cb said...

yeah, this episode was....blahhhh.

but hung's Quickfire smurf village was pretty effing awesome.

Anonymous said...

So last season when Mia (right?) decided to sacrifice herself instead of Elia the judges said "Ok" but when Howie does it (even though his motives probably weren't as honorable) they tell him it isn't up to him. It is starting to piss me off how little consistency there is when it comes to judging. It seems like the judges just like to sit there and remind everyone that they get to abuse their judging power however they want.

Needless to say, the highlight for me was knowing that Bourdain was going to be back next week.

mumblesalot (Laura A) said...

I believe I saw episode on cartoon show:

Like any brave kitchen samurai drawing close to being defamed, Howie commits seppuku. Taking the sword out of the wound, Padma cries, "you will die by my hand or not at all. This is my meal ticket not yours!"

Next weeks challenge: How many 'high end' meals can 6 chiefs make out of one jar of peanut butter while cruising on a private jet.

Anonymous said...

I laughed at the end when Howie gave his exit interview and said "I'm happy with my decision".

Haha. He knew he was toast so thats why he volunteered to leave. Like he would actually sacrifice himself to save a buddy.

Funny thing is, he probably believes that he got the boot because he asked off.

Anonymous said...

Howie and the "bleh"ness of this episode aside, is there any hope of you guys making a post about the vest Padma wore during the Quickfire Challenge? That thing gave me nightmares.

Anonymous said...

Please, post something quickly before you are eliminated for not completing the challenge. Your faithful fans are waiting.

Anonymous said...

Regarding Padma's vest yes that was strange. You're not suppose to wear stripes on television.
It looked like something from a high school band.

Ms. Place said...

Tool and douche bag are two words that would come to my mind if I weren't a lady.