4 items from 2015
How does that old saying go again? If you can’t describe your dish during a two-minute video, get outta the Food Network Star kitchen.
No, wait, that can’t be the case, seeing how this week’s eliminated contestant was one of only two remaining finalists to even touch upon the flavor and texture of his food during a holiday-dinner presentation.
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Color me the lifeless gray of Eddie’s poorly cooked shrimp. Render me as confused as the thousands of viewers still »
Not since egomaniacal monster Matthew went home in Week 2 have the “Good riddance!” receptors in my brain gotten as warm and tingly as they did during tonight’s Food Network Star elimination. (Side note: I hate myself for typing this, but you just know the hashtag-spwering Millennial is going to win Star Salvation and leap back into the competition, right? #ugh)
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Quick! You’re a Food Network Star judge watching a contestant squander a live, four-minute cooking demo by rotely listing ingredients, offering no personal anecdotes and failing to even touch upon the improv-storytelling requirements asked of him by special guest David Alan Grier. You’ve got a ridiculously easy target for elimination, right?
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Actually, hold up a moment. A second hopeful — despite his boss-level cooking skills and general adorableness during confessionals — sweats like he’s midway through a triathlon, freezes up after only 60 seconds, then »
Fox’s coverage of Sunday’s FIFA Women’s World Cup championship soccer match between USA and Japan averaged 25.4 million total viewers (per finals), making it the most-watched soccer match in U.S. history, trouncing the previous high of 18.2 mil (set by USA-Portugal during last year’s World Cup group stage match).
The match-up hit its peak between 8:30 and 8:45 pm, when it had 30.1 million viewers.
The USA’s big win bested the prior high for a women’s soccer match — the 1999 Women’s World Cup Final, which drew 18 mil — by 41 percent, and beat the audience for the 2011 Women »
4 items from 2015
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