JTMacc99 April 4, 2020 Share April 4, 2020 On 4/2/2020 at 11:17 PM, anniebird said: If Kevin had joined a different group she would still have been on the bottom so his immunity didn't affect her at all- Kevin could only affect the best of the group, not the worst. When she was going on about how it was Kevin's fault she was on the bottom, it brought back to the front of my mind one of my Top Chef truths (according to JTMacc99, you can make up your own Top Chef truths): Top Chef Truth: Sometimes super talented chefs get eliminated well before their time because they don't understand the competition side of it. And the flip side is also true: Sometimes less talented chefs last well longer than they should, because they are very good at playing the game. So, in this case, having the chef with immunity join your group could ONLY have a material impact on who was going to be considered for the winning dish. That is the one difference between having that chef in your group or not having a chef in your group. Every group had a worst dish (excluding any immune chefs.) Only one group had to worry about having an immune chef having taking away the win. NOW, had this been a team competition where the entire losing team was up for elimination, that's an entirely different scenario. Because in that case, if an immune chef shows up and makes turds on toast, directly contributing to a team loss, and then the second worst dish goes home... that's when having the immune chef in your group makes a difference to the bottom person. Karen is an excellent chef. If she lets herself get caught up emotionally in the game without even understanding how it works, she's going to find herself going home before she should. 20 Link to comment
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