Well... that was... interesting. I'm, uh, going to let you guys comment on our little confrontation this week. I'm rather curious to hear how Chiarello came across to everybody.
Okay, I always dug Bayless, but the dude is totally my hero now. At this point, I'm ashamed to have doubted him earlier.
That said, yow... clean five star sweep from the critics for Keller. Odd that he actually scored lower with the crowd than Bayless. From the way they were raving, I thought he might've gone 20 straight across the board.
Fun, as well, to see... well... most of the old contestants. I have to admit, I was more than a little amused by Betty's "Yeah, guess that's me" look before Bayless could even open his mouth. Perhaps because she had been tasked with prettifying the table, but amusing nonetheless.
Tough break for Anita Lo. I liked her a lot and I'm looking forward to checking out Annisa next time I have a chance. The twists were particularly hard on her, but still, that was the whole point of the challenge.
Very much looking forward to the finale next Wednesday. I'd love to see Bayless win, but I think you still have to figure Keller is the odds-on favorite. Postmortem might be a little late in the evening next week. I'm traveling and might be catching the show on delay. But if nothing else, I'll try to get a placeholder post up to fill in later so you guys can get the ball rolling.