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C.J. Jacobson on elimination: 'It's not 'Top Team Chef;' it's 'Top Chef'"

Last night's "Top Chef: Seattle" was a rough one. In an unprecedented move, the judges decided all the chefs' food was so bad, no one deserved to win the elimination challenge. Head judge Tom Colicchio actually took the $10,000 prize off the table and, rather than having one winner and one eliminee, no winner was announced and two chefs were sent home.Most disappointing was the departure of C.J. Jacobson, who was previously booted from season three, and -- along with Josie Smith-Malave -- returned to redeem himself in the show's tenth season. Alas, redemption was not to be had, as Padma Lakshmi asked C.J. and teammate Tyler Wiard to pack their knives and go.Today, C.J. tells Zap2it he's no longer "pissed off" like he was immediately following his elimination for the team challenge -- in which he and Tyler made a pork burger with a crummy crumpet to compliment some spicy dill pickles -- though... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/12/cj-jacobson-on-elimination-its-not-top-team-chef-its-top-chef.html