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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Eureka!, Mar 25, 2016.
"that feels more like an audition than a performance".
It's a reality tv show. It annoys me
i resist it for as long as possible, then I catch 5 minutes by mistake and it's like a Siren song. Greg Wallace is a total creep imo with his bulgy eyes and rictus grin.
He loves himself so much I don't think he'll be bothered if i say i don't like him.
I find him rather vulnerable!
Why are they all "on a journey"?
Oh, and when they're asked what MasterChef means to them they always respond with "everything". Really? Everything?
Something to say?
i can't believe how we go on watching it when, although the dishes might vary somewhat, basically it's identical each time.
Greg is a greengrocer and whilst he may know much about veg, I don't understand how he ever got to the point where he's supposed to be an expert on cooking.
There must be a hunger for it then!
Once a greengrocer always a greengrocer?
No, no, sometimes they say, 'It's my passion!" on a sort of breathy gasp.
You can always switch it off-you don't have to watch it!
In his own words he is "just the fat, bald bloke on MasterChef who likes pudding."
John Torode is an Australian, so he knows a lot about upside down cake.
But not much else.
I think the professional food tasters are the worst.
Greg regards himself as the judge from a punter's point of view because he eats out a lot...or at least he did. I watch because I genuinely like to see what people create. I do admire the passion. It's something I lack. John is a member of the London gym that my OH's daughter works at. He struts around in Lycra wearing no pants. It's not a pretty sight apparently
It's still broadcast
Oh yes! Particularly the very overweight one- Charles somebody. Pretentious twaddle is what they spout forth.