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Two professional chefs and two amateur chefs square off in a cooking competition, and the judges try to figure out which two are which. If a professional chef wins, they get $10,000.00. If an amateur chef wins, they get $15,000.00.
I used to enjoy watching this show but the outcome is always the same. The competition topics are entertaining and interesting to see the different directions the chefs take in completing their dishes. However, there were plenty of times when the competitor's dishes were much better than Bobby's, yet he always seems to win. Every show that I have watched always ends with Bobby as the winner. I guess the judges must be biased... it's sometimes pretty obvious which dish belongs to whom. No longer watch the show because I already know who the winner is. Has there ever been a time when Bobby didn't win? If so, how many times has he lost and which episodes?
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