The women they DID wind up casting seem terrible. Is Canada especially female chef-unfriendly that when they felt they DID need to have an equal number that they had to resort to absolute garbage, who never tasted Chinese food and make horrible salads on a hot day?
I've always felt Top Chef Canada usually has had a less impressive overall cast than regular Top Chef. Not because Canada makes bad chefs, but because the US has ten times the population to pull from and several of the major food meccas chefs flock to, to pull from. So Top Chef tends to have a good choice of the general US population of chefs and all the non-US chefs who come there. The stuff from the women this episode was pretty lackluster.. but nothing exciting from the guys either. And the same goes for the last two episodes. Overall it's gotten into the groove I expect of TCC: not a lot of exciting talent, a lot of embarrassing failures.
Edited by shatanwe, Mar 28, 2014 @ 9:14 PM.