Caption It: High-Five

by in Community, July 5, 2013

Food Network Star, Season 9 FinalistsA finalist's journey on Food Network Star is a rollercoaster-like experience of high and low moments, often fluctuating between flashes of intense pride and painful disappointments — sometimes within the same week. It's up to them to revel in their personal progress and slices of victory, and recognize their flops, while, of course, avoiding becoming discouraged by the missteps. While some know how to take the difficult days in stride and learn from them, others find themselves hung up on thoughts of weakness or particularly critical feedback.

In the sneak-peek photo above from Sunday's all-new episode, it appears as though this group of contestants has no trouble embracing a happier moment of the day. Here, they've come together for a quick second of celebration, high-fiving and laughing with each other on set. What do you think has these rivals in such a good mood? Does it look like they're once again working in teams, or are they simply supporting each other in the competition?

Before you tune in this Sunday at 9pm/8c to find out what's going on, we’re challenging you, Star fans, to write your best captions (tastefully appropriate, please) for this moment in the comments below.

Click the play button on the video below to get an insider's look at what's to come on Sunday.

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Comments (25)

  1. john brown says:

    the video is from you tube. it's gary coleman say'in, " watchu talikn' bout willis!!

  2. ombkel says:

    I seriously do not think that any of these food network star candidates have the culinary knowledge or expertise to have their own show on the food network. I am very disappointed by the lack of talent presented this year. The only candidate who had the culinary knowledge was Viet, he was eliminated for not having enough showmanship. It's a food knowledge network, not who has the best act.

    • Guest says:

      I agree.....it seems to be a contest of who the camera loves, not about being a chef. A few of the contestants have been impressive but not all are "chefs".