The judges discuss the food. Padma thinks that all three of them failed on two levels: they didn't do a good disguise, and their food sucked. Ripert thinks that Alex put a lot of time into his dish. Tom thinks that Alex had a good idea but couldn't execute. Wylie thinks that Alex should have gone with what he knows at this point. Amanda just failed all over the place. Ripert wonders what she did with her four hours. Good question, dude. Ripert thinks Angelo was uninspired, and Wylie adds that he must have froze, because he can do better. Ripert thinks anyone could do better. Ouch. I wonder how it feels for the cheftestants to watch this back. It probably depends on how far they got in the competition.
The bottom three are called back in. Tom tells each of them why he or she is there, harshly telling them that their only disguise was that of a poor cook. Is that an insult really? He's saying that they are really good cooks, disguised as poor cooks. Right? Anyway, Padma tells Alex to get the hell out. Thank God. Alex interviews that there is no margin of error at this point. He holds no grudges about the pea puree conspiracy or Restaurant Wars, which is actually classy. That was a nice exit from a weird guy.
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