Guy cheated on the last kids comp. Snarklepuss got up half way through. I have never heard of Kendra Wilkinson, but I do happen to know who all the other people are. Kendra asked if they were supposed to be good or terrible - because the name of the show might imply that they were competing to be bad. After that, things get ugly when the recruits tackle monkfish and learn how to make fish and chips. I don't know anything much about her but she may have not led an unhealthy life just because she was a bunny. I got the feeling that Bobby, Robert and Tyler all backed out because of that.
This episode was an easy one to determine in advance. This season's celebrity recruits are: Jim J. He does not seem too bright and does not appear to be acting that role either. I have renewed faith in the authenticity of this show. Given the four remaining celebrities in competition, anyone could have a bad cook and go home. As a team, they work to fill in the blanks and cook the recipe. Then, putting their entertaining and multitasking skills to the test, the celebs are challenged to make several tapas to be served simultaneously.
I think less of the other contestants than I may have when I started watching the episode. People are commenting on Greg Brady's cluelessness, but I almost felt like he was having some senior moments. For the catered lunch challenge, the celebrities need to work as a team. Ugh Barry Williams is going to win this thing. After testing their taste buds, actress Melissa Peterman arrives to help with the main dish challenge, as the recruits must create their own unique meals that include a protein, side dish and dessert. At least we won't have to listen to it any more. However, the ex-bachelor guy, is either very good at playing stupid, or he is a textbook himbo.
Now Rachel does the kids show by herself and they've dumped her into this show with Anne, which is essentially the same thing. While the assumption is that the dish is blind, Anne and Tyler could probably tell which dish was made by a particular celebrity. You can find much more information about your privacy choices in. After, Anne and Tyler pick their teams in an award-show inspired ceremony suitable for the celebrities. I'm not sure why I keep watching this.
As others have stated something about the Brady guy is off, he skeeves me out. When the lesbian producer and star of the show acts like she wants to fuck him what else would I think? Edited October 10, 2015 by Crucial Barry went from being too clueless to know how to trim and peel carrots in week one to now creating a sophisticated sandwich and edible fruit salad? They only have six weeks to transform seven pampered celebs into kitchen stars. Ridiculous show but an occasional train wreck when I awake at 2am is welcome. Anne worked on Mario Batalli's Iron Chef team for years and admittedly Mario was the focal point but she wasn't always this current incarnation of a screaming banshee. They're putting out, for the most part, what seems to be reasonably good food after only 3 episodes.
I find him awful, well this who show is. The two celebrities with the worst dishes go head-to-head in an elimination challenge. I think most of them know a lot more about cooking than they're letting on. While I'm focusing on the superficial, Kendra must have one hell of a skin care regimen, especially considering what I imagine her party girl life must be have been? I suppose I could see her poking at Irvine. Hadn't either of them ever heard of a spoon? More slapstick than anything else. Additionally, the dishes need to be approachable and manageable. Anne's persona on this show is most likely calculated to add some drama.
I think they move on strictly because they've all got better projects, where they are the main star and don't have to share a lead. I don't find the bachelor guy particularly attractive. I think Ellen is the most obnoxious. When this season started, if someone had told me that the former Jersey Shore bimbette would be the most mature and capable of the bunch I would have laughed. Viewers can follow WorstCooks on our social channels to watch Tyler and Anne go head-to-head in fun challenges and see behind-the-scenes interviews with the recruits. They still appear to me to have more skills than they pretended in the beginning.
Ugh, after a second episode I officially pronounce this season a total dud. I like her edges and it works well in this format. I didn't even mind last season's cast like Kortni or David. That bit with Rachael and the guy who accidentally dumped too many spices into his dish seemed very phony. Afterward, the tables are turned for these pampered celebrities when they must cater lunch for the entire Worst Cooks crew. I don't know if that's true but it wouldn't surprise me if his memory is fading.