Horst had successfully nobbled three chefs he believed were his real competition. That left 4... but too many more upsets might get the Blitzkochen programme producers mighty suspicious and the finger of suspicion would point to him if he subsequently won. He would take his chance with them. He was arrogant enough to believe his food alone would do the winning.
And so it might, except for judge Gerald. This judge was already suspicious of Horst. He didn’t like Horst’s manner. He made a point of giving top scores to all the others and marking Horst down.
A silly mistake....
Christopher 2 months ago
I tremble to think what's going to happen to poor Gerald. He doesn't know who he's dealing with!