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  1. I think Jason was better on the baking championship. Now it seems as though he found out his little persona helped him win, so he is overdoing it. It seems a bit forced and like it's so exaggerated. I don't see Jason's folksy personality helping the image of southerners. If anything, like Paula, he is acting like a stereotype. Even Damaris with her nasal, twangy voice at times can be irritating. I also find Damiano who is everywhere now annoying. I know FN likes people who "stand out", but sometimes it's nice to just have a good chef who is good on camera, and stop with the little gimmicks.
  2. The tick conversation went from funny to disgusting when Kelly had to take over and talk about her male childrens' "beans and franks" apparently referring to looking for ticks in their genitals ! Gross and inappropriate, especially since Juaquin was in the audience. He was on FF with her after the show . Mark was away so much when the kids were little ? He seemed to spend his time working out all day, and was home a lot until they got older . WTF is wrong with her ? She has no boundaries and is desperate to take the spotlight to the point of embarrassing her kids . I remember when she talked about Michael doing "you know " in the bathroom on Jimmy Kimmel because he hit puberty And Mark is into MMA fighting ? What is that ? I love Anderson Cooper too, but sometimes with Kelly he's just a little too goofy, but he's s still fun.
  3. Damiano annoys me too, but in all fairness, his accent is real , he's from Italy .
  4. Ann Burnell can grate on my nerves , but she is a good chef ! At least we didn't get Damiano (yet). He was on Dessert Games as a judge and Cutthroat Kichen this week ( of course he won). He is way more annoying than anyone so far on FNS .
  5. Pioneer Woman, Damaris Phillips, she even has a special Southern Fried Georgia, this weekend. She also had Sourhern at Heart. Then there is Nancy Fuller, Farmhouse rules . So many of the cooks are or have had a country or southern point of view .
  6. This thread is the best snark thread yet ! I really liked Jason shutting down Matthew, but I really am sick of him also. I didn't mind him on the baking challenge, but now he is almost cartoonish his over the top stupid sayings and his overdone accent . Jason is reminding me of how they transformed Rachael Ray and Paula from likable cooks into over the top annoying personalities. I think FN has enough country and southern cooks , although I do not mind Rusty because he seems to not be putting it on as much as Jason . I would like to see a good chef and cook with out the gimmick. As arrogant as Cory is, I think he is a good chef and probably would be a good host of a show. it sure seemed like Giada was over acting and out to make Cory look like he poisoned them with just a chili ! She showed her giant smile for Amy, who messed up constantly. She is now totally annoying . I think David made a way better dish, but he was too "normal". Now we have dramatic, ditzy Amy, arrogant Cory, folksy Jason Gump, and annoying Matthew . And Rusty is killing no ofna Guy Fieri type . They want the "personalities ", even if they are annoying . It keeps the show interesting in their view .
  7. Yesterday I wasn't looking up when the trivia dancer was opening his fan , and I thought the man was passing gas! I finally heard it again when he opened the fan! What a strange sound for a fan !
  8. Kelly is a first class fake . It is fun watching her get payback for her ridiculous display of playing victim last year, and also her horrible treatment and unprofessional behavior with Michael on the air . Glad he didn't sink to her level . I am sure Kelly can retire and she and Mark can produce more tacky reality shows, but she is very competitive , and her fragile ego will not handle Ryan being the darling , while ABC probably will not worry about making sure she is happy.
  9. Ratings are back to where they were with revolving co-hosts. I still believe that the combination of Kelly's behavior when Michael left, along with the fake "cohost search", complete with Kelly acting like people actually had a chance to be the permanent co host, was a major turn off to most viewers. I don't know if Kelly knew all along that Ryan was the choice, but I have a feeling if she didn't she would have had a tantrum again. So, when she would say things to the guest co-hosts, where she gave the impression they would be doing remotes in the future to Fred Savage, or Jerry O'Connell, it now comes off as rude to the cohosts and the audience. I think people got invested in thinking their opinions mattered, and suddenly out comes - Ryan? It seems to me that they did want someone that would be at least on equal footing as Kelly, after her past behavior. But it also seems like they are thinking more of the network's future, than Live. It could be they are phasing out Live, and they wanted to make sure they snagged Ryan for other shows. When I see GMA, it looks crowded with the four co-hosts. It's actually annoying. I still wonder if they will expand that to another hour, and Michael and someone else will be co-hosting. Ryan will do Idol and other projects, and Kelly will do ???
  10. I was thinking exactly the same thing last night! I never cared for Melissa's cooking, but from what I see of her as a person on social media, she seems to admire strength in women. I was surprised that she didn't call out Matthew for being such an obnoxious, unprofessional jerk. I have a feeling Bobby might have been more annoyed with Matthew and called him out on his behavior. I didn't like Suzanne, but she had Rusty screwing her over a couple of weeks ago, and once again, the judges blamed her for not somehow condensing her 'story" into her cut of segment. Are they trying to appeal to rude, crude, pushy men, who feel they are entitled to push women around? Is it too "politically correct" to have manners now?
  11. Exactly! Women are always held to some impossible standard between "weak", and "bitchy". I think that FNS reflects exactly what happens to women who dare try to have the spotlight or attention, compared to men. We see it all the time in other aspects of life. A woman is can be insulted, interrupted, have a man in her physical space, and she has to some how keep her wits about her, come up with clever ways to get control, but not be too controlling or else she is seen as mean or bitch. If she doesn't respond, and doesn't have an instant perfect reaction to asshat behavior, she is somehow incompetent. FNS is a reflection of our society today, and I won't get into the examples in our everyday life, but they are around us all the time!
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  13. Andy Cohen is ridiculous at times ! If he means Ryan shouldn't underestimate how nasty , petty, and vengeful Kelly can be, he is right . But after Kelly's public hissy fit , I doubt anyone with a brain at ABC, or Ryan are expecting that Kelly would not act like a spoiled, nasty brat , and make them look like the monsters if she feels threatened. The fact that ABC paid mega bucks for Ryan and put him in the chair next to a supposedly experienced cohost, shows they no eay are under estimating how difficult Kelly can be with someone she can feels above in the cohost chair, or if she feels slighted . Also, Kelly is so so fake with her non stop gushing and complimenting of Ryan . It's so obvious she is overcompensating for her insecurities. it is great seeing Ryan and not some butt kissing newbie having to walk on eggs with executive producer " Kelly! She showed ABC twice how she will be vengeful and rude to cohosts when she feels in control. It is so entertaining watching her grovel at Ryan and not be the big cheese ! Bravo to ABC for giving nasty Kelly her consequences, but not playing into her hands so she can play victim! Instead of her being butt kissed, she is now doing it to make sure more powerful Ryan doesn't take over ! She so deserves this !