Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Asshat Goeth


Strategy. It only works to your advantage if you can get other people to do what you want. But really the best strategy is to make the best food possible. YOUR best food.


Cooking your shrimp twice and failing on the seasoning both times? Tell me again how Angelo sabotaged that? All I saw was two better chefs trying to save your dish in 30 seconds and failing at saving the shrimp. If you really thought it was a great dish you would have shoved them away and stood on your own.

Not surprising that you stayed true to your Asshat form, yet again blaming other people or things for your own failure instead of bowing out with dignity like Stephen and Dale before you. Not only that, you got beat by other players who played the game much better than you and that's not Angelo, that was Jamie and Tre. Our ultimate advice to you? Stick with the burgers and pizza, it seems to be what you do best but please leave the seafood to others and we'll all be much happier.

13 comments:

MakingSpace said...

Went out whinin' did he? Tsk...

Big Shamu said...

Yep. He did.

froggy said...

Interesting that we saw his hair last night. Kind of a Marcel thing going on there.

Big Shamu said...

Eggy I thought the exact same thing, except it's a sort of wilder untamed look than Marcel's doo.

moi said...

The most sanitary thing would be if all chefs were bald, right? Or at least well shorn. But the Eraserhead hair on some of these men makes me nervous of extra ingredient fallage.

Buzz Kill said...

I knew he was gone before judges table because he got way too much face time. The kiss of death in the Bravo Editing World. And his close-ups were extra close so that hair looked extra awful. Jamie was the weakest chef this week, but the whiny asshat went home. Go figure - "You can act like a man!" (you're right about that Don Corleone).

And did Gail say "flaccid"?

Big Shamu said...

Dude got played by Jamie. Of course it didn't help that he screwed up his own shrimp twice.

Yes Gail did say flaccid. Love that woman.

Dani said...

Don't be trying to steal my Gail!!!

Boxer said...

This is exacty what I was thinking; he screwed up his shrimp twice and he's bithcing and moaning about the other chefs trying to help? Boooo. Buh-bye, Whiney Guy. Although, Jamie was really, really, lucky.

LaDivaCucina said...

Lalalalaaaaa....not reading comments have not seen yet, was at a Christmas gathering last night!

Just popped by to say Merry Christmas, Shamu! I hope you have a wonderful, food filled day (and not too many dishes!) All the best to you for a prosperous and peace filled New Year! xoxox

Syd said...

Oh good. I'm not the only perv that laughed at "flaccid".

Jamie skated again. It'll catch up with her soon.

Captain Obvious said...

Captain Obvious just got back from a very snowy vacation and the chalet Captain Obvious rented didn't have Bravo.

Captain Obvious just watched this past episode and is still laughing at Asshat being eliminated.

MakingSpace said...

All right I finally watched the episode.

1. I'm disappointed the word "flaccid" was directed at a female. Very very disappointed. sniffle

2. Spike behaved badly from beginning to end, and cooked badly to boot. So different from last week's auffed chefs, who gave their all without complaint and left with dignity. Dale L. has even put his dish (reworked) on his restaurant menu.

Spike's strategy of manipulating everything finally backfired.