|A contestant on The Great British Baking Show.|
Why would we be interested in the contestants' frustrations when their signature pies or cakes or towers of cookies fail to work as they hoped? Or when the tower of cookies just fall down? Even if they call them biscuits or shortbreads or something else?
|Tasting a biscuit.|
|A fallen cookie tower, one of the more spectacular failures during the episodes we've watched.|
It's all a mystery. I just keep watching. I don't think I would ever try any of the recipes or elaborate procedures in the challenges. And I have never liked any other food contest TV at all. Strange, isn't it?
|From the PBS website: the contestants that haven't yet been eliminated|
and will be on next week's episode. All other images are screen shots from the
streaming video online.