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    Gee, that was pretty half-arsed.

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    Pathetic. Forgot the eggs. Forgot the butter. How do they got in this show.

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    Geeez that was really, embarrassingly bad. It kinda reinforces the theory that the producers purposefuly pick bad/average cooks to up the ratings. Honestly, how did they get on the show otherwise??!

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    I watched it for the first time tonight, and was aghast. Is there a rule that they're not allowed to cook something they've cooked before? Why would you choose rabbit if you didn't know how to cook it?!

    And there was no excuse for the dessert! She simply didn't follow the recipe.

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    I think the guy said he grew up on rabbit and seemed like he'd cooked it before

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    I watched it for the first time tonight, and was aghast. Is there a rule that they're not allowed to cook something they've cooked before? Why would you choose rabbit if you didn't know how to cook it?!

    And there was no excuse for the dessert! She simply didn't follow the recipe.
    There is no such rule...sometimes contestants will state "I have cooked this a million times", meanwhile other contestants will say something like "I've never cooked this before, hope it works out". It defies logic to appear in a cooking contest on national TV and be so unprepared. I really don't understand - i'm a conspiracy theorist though, so I do believe the producers purposefully set things up to make the show more interesting (i.e.: throwing a handful of hopeless cooks in there).

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    When do the pretentious guys cook?

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    I watched it for the first time tonight, and was aghast. Is there a rule that they're not allowed to cook something they've cooked before? Why would you choose rabbit if you didn't know how to cook it?!

    And there was no excuse for the dessert! She simply didn't follow the recipe.
    Don't let this episode turn you off! I couldn't watch the last 10 mins I was so annoyed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pregnor View Post
    When do the pretentious guys cook?

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**
    Thursday night so tonight as its 3 am here lol I can't wait for them to fail I hate them

    And yea they did pretty bad forgetting main ingredients I just don't get it the rabbit I do as it just needed more time in oven but seriously eggs and butter geez

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    the 2 annoying guys that "make the best tart-ta-tan" and the best "mash potato"are on tonight= is it wrong to say - i hope they stuff up... i cannot stand them

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