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9-14-2010 @ 10:24PM
I can think of at least 5 better chefs who should've gotten their own NPCs before Bobby "Lets be a douche on Iron Chef" Flay./cooking nerdrage
9-14-2010 @ 10:27PM
Heh, I'm glad I'm not the only one who still nerdrages about that.
9-14-2010 @ 11:01PM
Thirded. Flay should be replaced with a better chef :P
9-14-2010 @ 11:05PM
I would say Alton Brown, but isn't there an NPC already named after him? Alten Browns or something in Cataclysm?
9-14-2010 @ 11:37PM
Ha! That was the first thing I thought too. I think Alton would have to be a goblin wielding the only unitasker he allows in the kitchen: http://www.wowhead.com/item=41755
9-15-2010 @ 11:59AM
>:( That's it. I am switching all my 80's to horde. Robby Flay will be dead 24/7 till the name gets changed.GOD REALLY?!?!?!!?!!?F'ing Blizzard man
9-15-2010 @ 1:50AM
Why in god's name didn't they pick Alton Brown? He is the best and smartest chef on the network. Bobby is a 'summer's eve'
9-15-2010 @ 2:06AM
I was never a big fan of Bobby, either. Nowadays I'll still watch his Throwdown show for the first 20 minutes or so, but I always turn it off before the judging (he's lost every single one of them in my head).However, I saw something about him on the Biography channel when I was bored in a hotel one day, and he really does have a fascinating story.
9-15-2010 @ 4:57AM
No love for Cat Cora in the comments :(
9-15-2010 @ 8:36AM
But, if they replace Bobby Flay with a better chef, then Iron Chef won't have video-game-style difficulty levels anymore (with Flay being, of course, Easy mode). :p
9-15-2010 @ 9:34AM
I love Morimoto (sp?)You never beat Morimoto. At best, you tie Morimoto, and then, only if Morimoto has never seen the mystery ingredient before in his life.He could put a turd on a plate and he would still probably beat most people just because of his mad plating skills.
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