Absolutely agreed, Kanae was robbed. Hell, even in the second round, I can't understand why Motto got through over her, as the only problem they both had in their dishes was the cauliflower; Kanae's was ugly looking but tasted good, whereas Motto's was borderline raw, and honestly, I'll take ugly but yummy over pretty but badly cooked any day. That was a big mistake Ramsay made.
Bret is an unbearable douchebag and, much like Trev said before his elimination, a one-trick pony, he can't do anything that isn't Italian, and even Christina's noticed; Heather's been quite weak for some time now and her attitude just stinks; and Motto is decently strong, but overtime he's become a douche as well (even if not to Bret's levels) and he has absolutely no presence, to the point that sometimes I forget he's even there.
At this point I can only hope for a Mia vs Ariel finale (personally rooting for Mia even if all seems to point at an Ariel victory, but we'll see). They're the only two likable chefs remaining and easily the most talented. I genuinely enjoyed their talk over who'd go to the red team, as well as their happiness of being the first two to get their black jackets and enjoy some nice, fun times and yummy treats at that lounge area. No drama at all between them, just genuine respect, and it's so refreshing to see that in Hell's Kitchen.
My favorite is how the editing shows all the bragging on each challenge - ie., I make it every week, I have a tattoo of an eggplant LOL and then goes on to show he flops on making that item. The crew realizes he's delusional for sure!
Also, his face is super rubbery. It's very odd. I don't want to pick on people for the way they look, it's just strange how his jowls, cheeks and mouth area flap around so much at his young age. I was wondering if he lost a ton of weight or something, but when I googled just found recent arrest for 2.2 pounds of marijuana.