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I agree I think Bryan would of been a better fit for the Bocus D'or
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post #122 of 124
Based on what we saw, Nicko, I'd have to agree with you. Bryan would be the best fit.

Stricktly from a cooking chops point of view, Michael would be better. But to fit he'd have to meet a few requirements: 1. Lose the attitude, 2. learn how to be a team player, and 3. listen to what they want, rather than what he wants to cook. Odds of that happening, however, are slim to zero.
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post #123 of 124
Who won fan favorite? They didn't cover that at the reunion show. Gosh I hate the host of those reunion shows, he seems like such an idiot. They've even given him his own show.

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i missed the reunion show, i didnt know they even had one actually... anyone know if it will air again soon?
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