Fabio asks Marcel to talk about the incident after his season ended, where he got hit with a bottle by some lunatic. Which, as you'll note, Marcel talked about with the media at the time, and it doesn't seem to be the result of a police report or anything, so he volunteered the information. Marcel acts all offended like, "Fabio, you're hosting me and you want to talk about this? What if I don't want to talk about it?" Okay, how about just saying it was a long time ago and you don't want to talk about it? Don't pretend like you don't know how television works, dick. And that the producers made Fabio ask the question. Fabio, to his credit, basically says he's happy to drop it if Marcel doesn't want to discuss it. And then Marcel has to provoke the situation further by bringing up the time they pinned him down and shaved his head (or tried to, anyway). Fabio gets his Irish (or Italian) up and says that he's just trying to hold a conversation and Marcel retorts that he would love to talk about Fabio's season, but he didn't watch it.
Okay. There's a part of me that doesn't want to give this dick any more attention, but he's on the show and I have to recap it and he just pisses me off. He was asked to attend this reunion show. He had to have some idea what it was going to be about. If it was somehow misrepresented to him by producers, he has a few choices: he could leave, or he could clam up and just get through it, or he could antagonize the others. And he has chosen the third option. Now, if he wanted to be a dick to Ilan, I wouldn't really care. Ilan deserves it. But what did poor Fabio ever do to him? So Stefan tries to smooth things over and says that he always defended Marcel's cooking abilities on the blogs, and Marcel (who remember, doesn't care what anyone thinks about him, and yet has obviously Googled himself) says that Stefan also called him a twat. He does at least chuckle when he says this. Stefan defends himself and says he actually said that Marcel is a bit of a twat, but who's not? Because Stefan is funny, and self-deprecating, even when he's being an arrogant jerk. It's a lesson Marcel needs to learn if he wants to be a human being that functions in society. Stefan interviews that Marcel has grown up a bit. Really? Has he?