Urgh, I want to be excited about the Xbox one. Not least because I am a microsoft developer – it is in my interest for them to succeed. Not terribly thrilled about everything they have announced so far though and Read more →
Bloody awesome, I love the team-up there! Although, there wasn’t really enough blood for a cooking competition involving ‘splosives.
I can understand where they’re coming from not wanting to do commentary. improv is hard (counted for about 20% of a high-school verbal comm. class I had which I got a whopping 0% of).
I will admit it, the team up was a more last minute addition to the storyline. It serves a very useful plot point for us in a few weeks time
indeed, high respect for enyone on tv/youtube for having this skill:P
I agree, I do much better with a script
I like Fraud’s reasoning.
I actually had hoped to see more cooking action but that might be difficult to comment for our heroes.
Two reasons for less cooking 1) I didn’t want the storyline to go on too long and 2) I wanted this to feel a lot like an episode of the Japanese Iron Chef – there is such a flurry of interviews, commentary and then judging that they barely look at the actual cooking hahaha.
I suspected the first and didn’t know the second.
I only know a few current cooking shows where they usually
a) do the time warp or
b) already having the meal prepared in several stages.
The most interesting (for me) are the few that show the whole procedure.
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