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Medium rare is up second. It’s also a bit overcooked…closer to medium well, almost, and is well seasoned, but it’s good. As for Josh…his is closer to a medium. Unfortunately, it’s not well seasoned, so it sounds like the edge goes to BR.
So, it comes to the well-done. Gordie fingers both of them, and they’re nowhere near well done. So, whose is best done? BR’s well-done is less cooked than his medium rare. Josh’s, however, is pretty pink. So the judges have to confer.
I…ew. First, it really sounded like he said “hawk,” but considering I don’t think BR would compare himself to a hawk, and secondly, hawks don’t really do that “in heat” thing. I don’t think. It’s been a long time since biology, though. Second, I wonder if that means what he thinks it means. Though, all things considered, each is pretty likely.
So the decision is upon us. The judges as Josh to step forward. Since he’s returned, he’s faced elimination in both elimination challenges. Gordie reminds him that he’s already left MC on a pressure test. He won’t be doing that again today. No siree, he’s going upstairs, and BR is gone. Finally. After all this time, we no longer have a Beautiful Rhinoceros in the kitchen.
Teddy Graham, being the nice guy that he is, tells BR that he has a job at whichever of his Chicago restaurants that he chooses. Sorry, that was tragic use of pronouns, but it’s late, and I’m tired and can’t think of a better way to say it.
Happy cooking, folks. Tune in for the episode tonight, and I’ll get you a recap in a more respectable amount of time.