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Every time I watch this show, they emphasize that the judges are completely unbiased. Yet, while they are critiquing the plates, the 2 chefs are standing there in front of them and grimacing when their plates receive any sort of criticism. The number of times this happens, and Bobby Flay wins, is extraordinary. The judges should judge without any influences - i.e. the chefs and audience. Its disappointing, and becoming very predictable. Also, there is a lot of times when Bobby's dish is NOT the best, yet he wins. Same happens in Iron Chef - I stopped watching because it didn't make sense - several of the guest chefs deserved to win. All quite political. Starts to resemble the Oscars.....
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