Monday, September 17, 2012

DISH OUT: PART 1

Now that Season 3 of MasterChef has come to a close, it's time for a photo retrospective.

It began with the Audition Episodes, filmed once again
in a warehouse in the blighted city of Lynwood, California. 
Making an encore appearance: the scores of fake produce crates. 
(However, the mangy dog from last year was replaced by a new mangy dog.)



"I ain't no bum, Mick! I ain't no bum!"


I know that spatula's around here somewhere...

The first Team Challenge: cooking at Camp Pendleton.


This is the Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion, the U.S. military's biggest helicopter. 
It blew our crew off its feet (and nearly toppled the jib camera).


Someone tell the talent that this is gonna be louder than the limo they're used to.

Even though I'm Hollywood scum, the colonel was very nice to me. 
(He mentioned that he's not a big Bill Maher fan.)


We got million-dollar props and hundreds of extremely overqualified extras thanks to you, the U.S. taxpayer!

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