Tony tells Mia that his issue wasn’t the bread, it was the filling. It had no texture and the taste was not good. See, Mia, you should have just kept quiet.
You all know who is going home right? Even Mia knows because she’s running her mouth and super pissed off, but the fact is IT DID NOT TASTE GOOD Mia. End of story.
So long story short, Mia is going home for her bad attitude and burnt bread and Huda is going home for her undone chicken.
And folks, Huda is a class act. She says she can’t disagree with the decision and sweetly takes her leave.
Mia is almost as humble however is convinced that she would be staying if Gregg didn’t have immunity. Coulda, shoulda, woulda darlin’.
I always hate it, HATE IT, when on these competition shows people get snippy with the judges. I have no tolerance for it, and clearly these professional chefs don’t either. In a real kitchen, when the Chef tellls you something, you say “yes Chef,” and shut the eff up. It never works in your favor.
Mia does say she learned a lot, so good for her.
So what do you guys think? Was this a slow episode?
I’ve been reading your comments and I have to agree with you, the one thing this show isreally lacking is urgency. Whether it’s because the parameters of the competition are too broad, or the blind tasting goes out the window at elimination it’s hard to say. But there is a one thing missing.
And I agree with everyone, Malarkey needs to dial down the showmanship. Nobody is tuning in for him, nobody. Except to make fun of that hideous bow tie.