History Funny / Chopped

29th Apr '17 11:39:57 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* In an episode called "Momumental," [[CaptainObvious where all the contestants were moms]], a basket ingredient in the second round was carrot ''baby food'', and the moms were obviously a little surprised to see it, with one of them commenting that she hadn't seen or even used baby food since her own children were babies. Alex Guarnaschelli, one of the judges in that episode (who happens to be a mother herself), admitted that the only times she herself has ever actually tasted baby food is when her daughter had thrown it at her while she was eating.

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* In an episode called "Momumental," [[CaptainObvious where all the contestants were moms]], a basket ingredient in the second round was carrot ''baby food'', and the food''. The moms were obviously a little surprised to see it, with one of them commenting that she hadn't even seen or even used baby food since her own children kids were babies. babies (and she had earlier mentioned having two kids who're around 15 to 17 years old). Alex Guarnaschelli, one of the judges in that episode (who and who also happens to be a mother herself), herself, admitted that the only times she herself has ever actually tasted baby food is when her daughter had thrown it at her while she was eating.
22nd Mar '17 8:11:39 PM TroperMan
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* During the Hot Pepper challenge episode, Aaron Sanchez comments that the dish could have used more habernero (habernero being a basket ingredient). The other two judges (Zakarian and a guest judge) are eating the appetizer and say that no, it has just the right amount of heat to prevent it from overpowering the other ingredients. Sanchez shoots an incredulous ''"whatever, you guys"'' look over to them. Queue the next contestant (a Chinese immigrant) who didn't think the habernero was spicy by her standards, and all three judges (Sanchez included) [[FireBreathingDiner are practically smoking out their ears.]]

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* During the Hot Pepper challenge episode, Aaron Sanchez comments that the dish could have used more habernero (habernero being a basket ingredient). The other two judges (Zakarian and a guest judge) are eating the appetizer and say that no, it has just the right amount of heat to prevent it from overpowering the other ingredients. Sanchez shoots an incredulous ''"whatever, you guys"'' look over to them. Queue Cue the next contestant (a Chinese immigrant) who didn't think the habernero was spicy by her standards, and all three judges (Sanchez included) [[FireBreathingDiner are practically smoking out their ears.]]



* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," one of the contestants is making a tuile (a type of wafer cookie that can be sweet or savory), and tries making it on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are obviously a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.

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* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," Impossible", one of the contestants is making a tuile (a type of wafer cookie that can be sweet or savory), and tries making it on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are obviously a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.
17th Jun '16 9:11:12 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* In the Season 3 ''Chopped Champion'' finale, chef Jun Tanaka admits that his first exposure to cooking was when, as a child in Japan, his mother ran a baking class out of their kitchen, where he spent most of his time under the kitchen table looking at the women's legs.
* Robert Irvine was on one of the celebrity episodes, and was positively disgusted with the presence of BrandX Fruit Loops as an ingredient. He doesn't even open the box like a normal person--he takes a gigantic butcher's knife and effectively guts the box to access the cereal. Even the other judges can't help but react to the sight of this talented chef showing his opinion of the ingredient.
* In an all-fried-foods episode, one contestant puts canned chickpeas in hot oil before they're thoroughly dried; oil then spews from his dutch oven. This prompts Amanda Freitag to deliver a public-service announcement to one of the cameras, smiling the entire time she delivers her message:

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* In the Season 3 ''Chopped Champion'' finale, chef Jun Tanaka admits that his first exposure to cooking was when, growing up as a child in Japan, kid, his mother ran ran/taught a baking class to housewives out of their kitchen, where he spent most of his time hiding under the kitchen table and looking at the women's legs.
* Robert Irvine was on in one of the celebrity episodes, and was positively disgusted with the presence of BrandX Fruit Loops as an ingredient. He doesn't even open the box like a normal person--he takes a gigantic butcher's knife and effectively guts the box to access the cereal. Even the other judges can't help but react to the sight of this talented chef showing his opinion of the ingredient.
* In an all-fried-foods episode, one contestant puts canned chickpeas in hot oil before they're thoroughly dried; oil then spews from his dutch oven. This prompts Amanda Freitag to deliver a public-service announcement PSA to one of the cameras, smiling the entire time she delivers her message:



* In the third episode of the five in the "Pros vs. Joes" Chopped Ultimate-championship, which was the "Amateurs"-episode, two of the contestants were one of the dads from the Fathers Day-special and one of the grandmothers from the "Grandma vs. Grandma"-episode, and they actually got into a fight over the grill (the grandma ended up getting it and they both made it to the final round, and the dad won).

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* In the third episode of the five in the "Pros vs. Joes" Chopped Ultimate-championship, which was the "Amateurs"-episode, two of the contestants were one of the dads from the Fathers Day-special and one of the grandmothers from the "Grandma vs. Grandma"-episode, and they actually got into a fight over the grill (the grandma ended up getting it and they both made it to the final round, and the dad won).
3rd Jun '16 4:17:20 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," one of the contestants is making a tuile (a savory wafer cookie), and tries making it on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are obviously a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.
* In an episode called "Better Saffron than Sorry," while the contestants are hanging out in that area they go to when they get done with a round, one of the chefs says, "At least they didn't give us lamb testicles." And guess what one of the ingredients in the second round basket is? ''Lamb fries (testicles)''.
* In an episode called "Momumental," where all the contestants were moms, a basket ingredient in the second was carrot baby food, and the moms were obviously a little surprised to see it, with one of them commenting that she hadn't seen or even used baby food since her own children were babies. Alex Guarnaschelli, one of the judges who's a mother herself, admitted that the only time she herself has ever actually tasted baby food is when her daughter had thrown it at her while she was eating.

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* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," one of the contestants is making a tuile (a savory type of wafer cookie), cookie that can be sweet or savory), and tries making it on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are obviously a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.
* In an episode called "Better Saffron than Sorry," while the contestants are hanging out in that area they go to when they get done with a round, one of the chefs says, "At least they didn't give us something like lamb testicles." And guess what one of the ingredients in the second round basket is? ''Lamb fries (testicles)''.
* In an episode called "Momumental," [[CaptainObvious where all the contestants were moms, moms]], a basket ingredient in the second round was carrot baby food, ''baby food'', and the moms were obviously a little surprised to see it, with one of them commenting that she hadn't seen or even used baby food since her own children were babies. Alex Guarnaschelli, one of the judges who's in that episode (who happens to be a mother herself, herself), admitted that the only time times she herself has ever actually tasted baby food is when her daughter had thrown it at her while she was eating.
31st May '16 7:47:12 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," one of the contestants is making a tuile (a savory wafer cookie), and tries making on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.
* In an episode called "Better Saffron than Sorry," while the contestants are hanging out in that area they go to when they get done with a round, one of the chefs says, "At least they didn't give us lamb testicles." And guess what one of the ingredients in the second round basket is? ''Lamb fries (testicles)''.

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* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," one of the contestants is making a tuile (a savory wafer cookie), and tries making it on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are obviously a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.
* In an episode called "Better Saffron than Sorry," while the contestants are hanging out in that area they go to when they get done with a round, one of the chefs says, "At least they didn't give us lamb testicles." And guess what one of the ingredients in the second round basket is? ''Lamb fries (testicles)''.(testicles)''.
* In an episode called "Momumental," where all the contestants were moms, a basket ingredient in the second was carrot baby food, and the moms were obviously a little surprised to see it, with one of them commenting that she hadn't seen or even used baby food since her own children were babies. Alex Guarnaschelli, one of the judges who's a mother herself, admitted that the only time she herself has ever actually tasted baby food is when her daughter had thrown it at her while she was eating.
26th May '16 11:21:01 PM runey
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--> '''Contestant''': I used to make a similar dessert when I worked at vegan dinning facility.

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--> '''Contestant''': I used to make a similar dessert when I worked at vegan dinning dining facility.
30th Apr '16 5:29:28 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," one of the contestants is making a tuile (a savory wafer cookie), and tries making on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.

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* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," one of the contestants is making a tuile (a savory wafer cookie), and tries making on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.this.
* In an episode called "Better Saffron than Sorry," while the contestants are hanging out in that area they go to when they get done with a round, one of the chefs says, "At least they didn't give us lamb testicles." And guess what one of the ingredients in the second round basket is? ''Lamb fries (testicles)''.
12th Mar '16 3:12:48 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* In an episode where all the contestants were college students, one of the contestants was a girl who was a senior at the University of Washington in Seattle, and she was only 18--when she first reveals this to Ted and the judges (two of whom were Marc Murphy and Chris Santos), they're obviously a little confused, and she explains that she [[GradeSkipper skipped a few grades and started her freshman year of college when she was only 15]]. Marc jokingly said to Ted and the other judges (mainly Chris), "Bet you feel like a dumbass now."

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* In an episode where all the contestants were college students, one of the contestants was a girl who was a senior at the University of Washington in Seattle, and she was only 18--when she first reveals this to Ted and the judges (two of whom were Marc Murphy and Chris Santos), they're obviously a little confused, and she explains that she [[GradeSkipper skipped a few grades and started her freshman year of college when she was only 15]]. Marc jokingly said to Ted and the other judges (mainly Chris), "Bet you feel like a dumbass now.""
* In the dessert round of part 1 of "Chopped: Impossible," one of the contestants is making a tuile (a savory wafer cookie), and tries making on the stove, but doesn't have enough leverage to properly flatten it. What does she do? She gets another baking sheet to put on top of the tuile mix, puts it on the floor and then ''uses her bodyweight to flatten it by standing on it''. Ted and the judges notice this and are a little confused, but also seem to find it funny that she's doing this.
31st Oct '15 3:12:19 PM TMNTFanGirl
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--> '''Contestant''': It's not bad for you...

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--> '''Contestant''': It's not bad ''bad'' for you...



** And it turned out that there actually ''was'' a stick of butter in the recipe! The contestant has added it to soften up the Mexican chocolate that was in the basket.
* In the second judges' episode, one of the shelves in the fridge breaks, causing things to fall all over the floor. Chris Santos remarks that he "broke the pantry".

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** And it turned out that there actually ''was'' a stick of butter in the recipe! The contestant has had added it to soften up the Mexican chocolate that was in the basket.
* In the second judges' episode, one of the shelves in the fridge breaks, causing things to fall all over the floor. Chris Santos remarks that he "broke the pantry".pantry."



* In the Season 3 ''Chopped Champion'' finale, chef Jun Tanaka admits that his first exposure to cooking was when, as a child in Japan, his mother ran a baking class out of their kitchen, where he spent most of his time under the kitchen table looking at women's legs.

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* In the Season 3 ''Chopped Champion'' finale, chef Jun Tanaka admits that his first exposure to cooking was when, as a child in Japan, his mother ran a baking class out of their kitchen, where he spent most of his time under the kitchen table looking at the women's legs.



* The 2013 Halloween episode, which featured one chef who seemed sincerely convinced that he'd been left on Earth by aliens. This was even better when he decides to melt a green, gummy candy skull, one of the basket ingredients, and it does end up looking like an alien head.
** There was also Chef Sharon, who declares that she hates Halloween the second Ted asks her about it.

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* The 2013 Halloween episode, which featured one chef who seemed sincerely convinced that he'd been left on Earth by aliens. This was even better when he decides to melt a green, gummy candy skull, one of the basket ingredients, and it does end up looking like an alien alien's head.
** There was also Chef Sharon, who declares states that she hates Halloween the second Ted asks her about it.



* On the show's first ever couples competition (titled "Double Trouble"), an ingredient in the appetizer round is Rocky Mountain oysters.

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* On the show's first ever couples competition (titled "Double Trouble"), an ingredient in the appetizer round is Rocky Mountain oysters.oysters (which are actually bull testicles, for those who don't know).



--> '''Contestant:'''I am competing for charity. Why you give me this?

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--> '''Contestant:'''I '''Contestant:''' I am competing for charity. Why you give me this?



* In an episode where all the contestants were college students, one of the contestants was a girl who was a senior at the University of Washington in Seattle, and she was only 18--when she first reveals this to Ted and the judges (two of whom were Marc Murphy and Chris Santos), they're obviously a little confused, and she explains that she [[GradeSkipper skipped a couple grades and started her freshman year of college when she was only 15]]. Marc jokingly said to Ted and the other judges (mainly Chris), "Bet you feel like a dumbass now."

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* In an episode where all the contestants were college students, one of the contestants was a girl who was a senior at the University of Washington in Seattle, and she was only 18--when she first reveals this to Ted and the judges (two of whom were Marc Murphy and Chris Santos), they're obviously a little confused, and she explains that she [[GradeSkipper skipped a couple few grades and started her freshman year of college when she was only 15]]. Marc jokingly said to Ted and the other judges (mainly Chris), "Bet you feel like a dumbass now."
25th Sep '15 7:46:00 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* In an episode where all the contestants were college students, one of the contestants was girl who was a senior at the University of Washington in Seattle, and she was only 18--when she first reveals to Ted and the judges (two of whom were Marc Murphy and Chris Santos), obviously they're confused, and she explains that she [[GradeSkipper skipped a couple grades and started her freshman year of college when she was only 15]]. Marc jokingly said to Ted and the other judges (mainly Chris), "Bet you feel like a dumbass now."

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* In an episode where all the contestants were college students, one of the contestants was a girl who was a senior at the University of Washington in Seattle, and she was only 18--when she first reveals this to Ted and the judges (two of whom were Marc Murphy and Chris Santos), obviously they're obviously a little confused, and she explains that she [[GradeSkipper skipped a couple grades and started her freshman year of college when she was only 15]]. Marc jokingly said to Ted and the other judges (mainly Chris), "Bet you feel like a dumbass now."
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