I was wondering if her buzzer was malfunctioning on her original episode and while it might not have mattered on the outcome maybe it would have changed things so it was best to have her on again? But they didn't really say did they?
I loved how they were basically like "not shocked about you Joe, stand over there...what the heck Juan Pablo...you wuz robbed!"
Even Bobby knew he should have been the one. It's like when Bill Engvall made the finals or semis or whatever...except he and Emma were adorable and Bobby and Sharna are...meh
My favourite things were Tyler's doubletake when Julie signed off with Moonves and Brett and Winston reunited while all the families were coming up and it was just the two of them--Winston was talking Brett's ear off. They were so dang happy to see each other!
I think the season finale was actually the 2nd episode they had to cut when allegations came out against the one guy. They pretty much digitally erased him but you could see 10 faces on her little screen thing and at one point they totally showed him; he was wearing a blue suit. She didn't pick him for even the first round so not a big deal.
This show was dreadful.
I only caught the end on CBC....and they're cutting the technical challenge??? No gingham altar? Nooooooooo! Damn you CBC!!! But honestly I'll probably keep watching because any GBBO is better than no GBBO. But still....grumble grumble grumble.
This episode has a grandmother (albeit a young one I'm sure) and they have a 22 year old? I'm all for not caring about an age gap but what 22 year old man wants to be an Insta-dad let alone Insta-grandpa???
All I could think of yesterday, beside how much Liam just loves weddings, is that he sat on a chair and the woman who gave birth to a 2 month old the day before sat on a hard coffee table and didn't even flinch. Oh, soap opera realism, never change.