Caption It: Here’s Looking at You

by in Community, July 12, 2013

Alton Brown, Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby FlayCome evaluation, the Food Star Kitchen turns into a scary place week after week. As finalists stand wide-eyed awaiting judgment, three successful chefs and stars stare back them, ready to dole out several notebooks' worth of critiques about their food and performances. Sometimes the scene ends with tears and an emotional goodbye, but other times the atmosphere is far less tense — perhaps even happy — be it on account of one contestant's superstar presentation or particularly camera-worthy meal.

Check out the sneak-peek photo above from Sunday's all-new episode: Giada and Alton look out to the remaining finalists during evaluation and smile, while Giada points two fingers at them, doing so in a seemingly positive way. Do you think the mentors look particularly pleased because the group as a whole was successful this week, or did one competitor deliver an especially knockout performance? What kind of feedback do you imagine the judges are giving here?

 Write your best captionsBefore 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 (54)

  1. MoHub says:

    Giada: "Youre dead, Damaris!"

  2. Donna says:

    Giada doesn't want any competition from another woman. Maybe the look above is something favorable.

    • Guest says:

      That's why she disapproves of Damaris' so-called "shimmying", which I find to be FAR less offensive than the constant barrage of Giada's cleavage throughout her show. Low cut, unbuttoned, or else split front, she's always gotta expose herself. What has cleavage to do with cooking anyway? BUTTON YOUR BLOUSES ALL THE WAY UP, GIADA!

  3. msjs0315 says:

    "Bobby, don't be jealous. Chad's my new FN Man, am I right?"

  4. Char says:

    Go Nikki!

  5. NomoreConnie says:

    Congrats! You are the next one to be eliminated and go to star salvation to be knocked off by you guessed it, Connie aka Lovley. This weeks competition what to do with Cheerios...... You will probably create something transforming the ingredient into a fabulously edgy dish.... Connie... She puts hers in milk! So sorry.

  6. BillO says:

    Damaris came in with cleavage showing and mascarpone cheese. Giada says "now you've got it"

    • Sheri says:

      Damaris doesn't need to. Her smile and leadership are enough.

    • Cake Meister says:

      Sheri's right! Damaris has a lovely smile and winning personality. She may shake her shoulders or bat her eyes here and there, but she doesn't expose her cleavage like Giada does. I find it hypocritical of the judges (including Giata) to criticize Damaris for "shimmying" (as they put it), while Giada goes much farther than that by exposing her cleavage show after show. I finally stopped tuning in to Giada's program altogether, as it was such a turn-off. Did her mother never teach her to button that top button? What has cleavage to do with cooking anyway?

  7. Lori says:

    GO Damaris! You've got the zest and know-how.

  8. AmyCakes says:

    "Congrats! You did awesome! We'll set you up driving around the country trying food- you'll have 12 episodes on every day!!!!" Seriously, there are 12 episodes of DDD between now and midnight-ish tonight on FN. Talk about overkill!

  9. Horatio says:

    "I'll get you, my pretty, and your little pies too!"

    -Giada, directed toward Rodney

  10. Crouton40 says:

    Giada: That's it. You got it!

    It's a little hard to read. Part of looks at Giada and it -could- look as if she's saying: Busted. Gotcha! However--Alton does *not* seem to be offended, just interested. If it were really something bad, they'd probably all have " a look" but they don't, so now I'm thinking Giada is proud of whatever she is seeing. I wonder who it is.