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  1. We don't seem to have a thread on Top Chef on the Bravo network. Season 3 starts this Wed, June 13th at 10pm. Does anyone else watch it? I'm hoping Season 3 will be better than Season 2 (as in, less drama), although the previews don't make it seem that way.
  2. I wonder why anyone has not posted on this show. Only two episodes have aired, and it's pretty fun to watch, as it is an Amazing Race meets Survivor meets Top Chef type of show. Twelve chefs compete (I think most of them are from Chicago, oddly) in two teams around the world, completing obstacles to obtain the coveted exceptional ingredient, and then compete in a cooking challenge. The weakest player is then voted off by the losing team. It can get a little Real Housewives-like drama, and the cooking, well, it's not as pretty as Top Chef, but there are some folks worth watching, such as the contestant from Table Fifty-Two and the contestant from Graham Eliot Bistro. Right now, it's kind of how Top Chef and TC Desserts started out - quite not organized, but I think this is worth keeping an eye on for future seasons, if it takes off, especially due to the travel aspect.
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