Andy asks everyone to applaud this season's winner, Hosea. What is the dumbest, lamest question you could ask Hosea? How does it feel to have won? Because that's what he asks. Bleh. And Hosea says it really sucks and curses the day he entered the competition. No, he says exactly what you would think -- it's surreal, but it feels good. Andy asks who is surprised that Hosea won and Leah jokingly raises her hand. Hosea claims that when they left New York before the finale, Leah told him that she didn't think he would beat Stefan. Ouch! Why would she say that? Even if we all thought it was true, there was no reason. Anyway, Andy introduces a clip package of how Hosea made it to the top, which we've already seen, so let's just fast forward, no? I mean, I'll shorthand it for you. Hosea had poor self-esteem, was a country mouse, had a dad with cancer, wanted to beat Stefan a lot, prepared a lot of fish/seafood, and then he won.
Andy's brilliant follow-up question: What are you going to do with the money? Hosea says he's looking into various business ventures. Andy asks Tom why Hosea won. Tom recaps the storyline of the last few episodes, which is that everyone was cooking great food. Carla came on strong out of nowhere. Stefan may have suffered from heightened expectations by the judges. Hosea was slow and steady. Toby says that Hosea had a good day (with the subtext being that he had ONE good day) and Stefan and Carla didn't. Toby kind of makes it out to be a fluke, which is shitty. Gail says that the competition was very close, and there was much discussion and arguing over it. Yeah, take that, BLOGGERS!