Previously on "Eat, Pray, Cry" (aka "MasterChef") the judges continued to pare down the initial glut of would-be chefs from hundreds to 30 to 14. And there was much rejoicing. For our purposes, rejoicing also looks like weeping. Oh, and if the previews of the season to come are any indication, we are in for a series of untold culinary disasters.
On the bright side, "MasterChef's" producers are beginning to intersperse shots of actual contestants among the now-familiar glimpses of Gordon and Graham and Joe looking fussy. There's Jake, the construction worker. And Whitney, who is far too young to ever consider cooking unlike that other 22-year-old who's still in the competition. And then there's Faruq, followed by Tracy, who gave up being a doctor, and Sharone, who gave up a "six-figure salary" to be here," and Jenna, who sold her children to slave traders to be on the show. What's that? Oh, they're just at home. Still, my version was more dramatic. Anyhow, the eight other people on this show are apparently not interesting enough to merit face time.
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