First things first, Theo the site is playing up for me. It loads up fine, I click on a thread or two and then get the 'page cannot be displayed' message. It won't refresh or go back so I have to shut down and start it up again where I then put my password in and have to repeat the whole sorry process. Just so you know.
Anyways to more important things. Masterchef is back, this time in it's 'celebrity' format. I missed the one on Wednesday as I was watching Robert Green prove all the doubters wrong but I tuned in last night and it was pretty good.
Hour long format with 3 celebs in the first half and then another 3 in the second. The first 3 were Dennis Taylor (snooker supremo), Sian Lloyd (apparently a weather bint) and some woman that used to be on Corrie.
They had to do the usual and make 2 dishes from some mystery ingredients, pretty much everyone made lamb and cous cous. Then onto the pro kitchen were they faffed around, Taylor almost lasped into a coma plating up and Corrie woman was apparently in her element.
Onto the final round and they had to make 2 courses to impress the judges. Taylor messed up some spuds, Sian Lloyd done nothing of note and Corrie made some kerrazy monkfish thing. She got through. Taylor didn't mind.
Onto the next half and the celebs were woman who looks like a horse who killed Dirty Den, some pleb from an old series of apprentice and Brian Moore (rugby supremo).
First round same as above, Moore messed up his mash and looked to be having a breakdown which wasn't helped by replacing Spuds with Brioche. Appretencie pleb panicked the whole way but managed to produce some passable looking grub. Horsey Den Killer made some stuff I can't remember.
Onto the pro and Brian Moore had the look of a seasoned killer as he had went about his business. Horsey and Pleb done ok but Moore was the best.
Final round, Moore actually made his mash edible this time, Horsey made some stuff and Pleb made some stuff. G&J (their first mention) ate the stuff. Gregg wolfed down a spoon of tiramisu, courtesy of Horsey, in a manner which shouldn't be allowed on tv before 9pm. Horsey won. Pleb hugged her. Moore snapped the collarbone of the next person he saw.