Top Chef's Ed: What's the Point of Last Chance Kitchen?

Edward Lee would like to point out that he technically was in the final four of Top Chef — for a few hours. But then Beverly , having won Last Chance Kitchen , returned to the game and out-cooked him for a spot in the actual final four. "It is what it is. I don't hold a grudge. She won fair and square," Ed tells "I shouldn't have used the smoked oysters, so it was all on me." Still, the Louisville-based chef is none too pleased with the second-chance secret competition for eliminated cheftestants. Find out why.

Top Chef's Lady Business

There is no way to say this gently, so we're just gonna put it out there: The top women on this season's Top Chef are dreadful. If it hasn't been the seeming ineptitude of flaky "Last Chance Kitchen" returnee Bev, it's been the grotesque self-congratulatory attitude of Sarah ...

'Top Chef: Texas': Last Chance Kitchen winner revealed

This season, "Top Chef: Texas" tried something new. Last Chance Kitchen gave the eliminated chef'testants the opportunity to win their way back into the competition. On this week's show, we find out the winner and see their re-entry into the group.It's down to the final four chef'testants and none of them are particularly thrilled with the idea that someone will be returning. None of them have any idea who the mystery chef is, but the bets are in. Some think it will be Beverly, while others are team Grayson.Check out the videos below. In the first one, the remaining four take bets on who might be coming back. In the second, there are five cloches and four chefs. Who do you think it will be? "Top Chef: Texas" airs tonight (Feb. 8) on Bravo....

Top Chef's Grayson: I Wasn't Excited About Last Chance Kitchen

Grayson Schmitz 's big Top Chef adventure came to an end when her stuffed chicken dish for guest judge Pee Wee Herman was deemed... well, we don't really know what. It was big and featured multiple seasonal flavors, but it wasn't under-seasoned or undercooked, like Sarah 's or Ed 's. "The whole thing is so subjective and I think it was really close, but ultimately they liked mine the least for whatever reason," she tells "And that's fine. Someone had to go home and it was me." But the New York-based chef didn't go directly home: She faced off with Beverly on Last Chance Kitchen to win a spot back on the show (the winner will be revealed and will re-enter the competition on next week's episode), which didn't exactly thrill her. Find out why below.

Pee-wee Herman Rides Into 'Top Chef: Texas' (Video)

  When contestants of  Top Chef: Texas  saw a table stacked high with pancakes, some figured the episode's secret celebrity judge must be a kid. But then came the sound of a bicycle horn as  Paul Reubens , better known as Pee-wee Herman, road in on his fabled red bicycle . Read More...

'Top Chef' Renewed for Season 10, Announces Casting Calls

  If Bravo went big for the current  Top Chef Texas,  I can’t wait to see what it does to celebrate the show’s 10th season. Even before the current season names its winning chef-testant, the network announced on Thursday that the Emmy-winning series has been picked up for another year and it starts casting later this month. Magical Elves produces  Top Chef  with  Dan Cutforth  and  Jane Lipsitz  serving as executive producers. Read More...

Pee-Wee Herman on 'Top Chef: Texas': Pancakes for Pee-Wee!

Pee-Wee Herman (real name Paul Reubens) was a guest judge on "Top Chef: Texas" Wednesday night (Feb. 1). The quick-fire challenge involved the cheftestants making pancakes for Pee-Wee - hilariously, they thought the guest judge was going to be a kid or something. But no. It was Pee-Wee.The cheftestants were then charged with creating a meal, bicycling it over to the Alamo (as one does) and then re-plating it and serving it to Pee-Wee and the judges. Check out these videos from the show. Did you find it fun? Or ridiculous?We did see one funny quip on Twitter about it - why doesn't "Top Chef" have the contestants cooking while riding their bicycles over a shark."Top Chef" airs Wednesday nights on Bravo....

Which 'Top Chef' Cheftestant Would Tom Colicchio Not Mind Hooking Up With?

Tom Colicchio and Carla Hall sat in the hot seats to play "Plead The Fifth" on " Watch What Happens Live " (Weeknights, 11 p.m. EST on Bravo), and host Andy Cohen did his best to cook up a whole mess of trouble for them. Former model and " Top Chef " fan favorite Carla now hosts daytime food and talk-fest " The Chew " (a.k.a., "The Soap Killer") on ABC. When Cohen asked her which of her co-hosts she was already tired of, she was suitably diplomatic. "None of them! I love them all!" When it was Tom's turn Cohen asked, "which former 'Top Chef' Cheftestant would you not mind hooking up with?" An obvious candidate for pleading the fifth, right? But no: Tom actually answered the question. Unlike Fabio Viviani, who picked the "smoking" Jen Carroll , Tom chose Camille. "Top Chef" fans will remember Brooklyn-based Camille Becerra from her brief stint on Season 3. Although she was eliminated in Episode 4, she obviously made quite an impression on the head judge. Tom was not so forthcoming when asked "Gail, or Padma?" and plead the fifth. A wise choice. Join Andy and the celebs in the clubhouse for "Watch What Happens Live," Weeknights at 11 p.m. EST on Bravo . TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

Top Chef's Chris Jones: I Had a Bad Feeling About Everything

It was a day of highs and lows for Chris Jones on Top Chef . After winning the quickfire with Grayson , he came up short in the head-to-head elimination challenge with his healthy, but ultimately dry and underseasoned, take on a chicken salad sandwich for a 200-person block party. "I did everything I was supposed to do in prep and was way ahead of schedule, but I didn't think about a 110-degree day in the heat and having sandwiches sit out there with no refrigeration," Jones tells Find out why he knew he would get cut, why he was disappointed in the challenge, and the story behind his half-ponytail.

Top Chef's Beverly: I Stood Out Like a Sore Thumb

Beverly Kim 's dish on Top Chef was fit for a queen — but not an evil queen. The Chicago-based chef — and target of Heather 's, Sarah 's and Lindsay 's insults — was eliminated for her halibut that was not symbolic enough of the challenge's evil theme, in honor of guest judge and Snow White and the Huntsman 's Evil Queen, Charlize Theron . Adding salt to the wound: She would have won the Quickfire and immunity along with it had she plated her Rice Krispies in time. Still, Beverly says she feels "really good" about leaving. Find out why. Plus: Did she feel bullied by Heather?