Dessert Crazy (with Emphasis on the “Crazy”)
September 27th, 2010 by plumpdumpling

I know not everyone’s into desserts like I am (FOOLS!), but “Top Chef: Just Desserts” is undeniably watchable thanks to the antics of 34-year-old Seth Caro from NYC. Whether you think he just has emotional problems or believe, like Dr. Boyfriend and I do, that he may actually be mentally handicapped, you have to appreciate the WTF-ness he brings to the show.

Case in point:

You got that? He’s gonna be a dick, he’s gonna cook, he’s gonna win this whole fucking shit, and you can suck it, okay?

6 Responses  
  • Heesa Phadie writes:
    September 27th, 201011:45 amat

    Haha…love it. “You can all suck it!” This one has a better group of entertaining chefs. Some of the other Top Chefs have been getting a little dry. I like the promise that this one shows. What about that bro that totally broke down…awesome.

    Plus…I mean, come on…this is desserts…that’s all me right there.

    • plumpdumpling writes:
      September 27th, 20102:48 pmat

      Honestly, the fact that Tiffany and Ed never made out makes this past season of “Top Chef” worthless. I’m convinced she’s secretly going to take him on one of the vacations she won, though.

      But yeah, this guy is amazing. “I made this dessert for my mom!” Sob, sob, sob.

  • dbdtron writes:
    September 27th, 201012:30 pmat

    Batshit crazy has a home, and it is Top Chef: Just Desserts.

    At least, for another week.

    • plumpdumpling writes:
      September 27th, 20103:40 pmat

      Usually I hate the producers for keeping obvious losers like Leah, Lisa (barf), Mike Isabella (barf barf), etc. around just for the shock value, but Seth really deserves it. Both for his entertainment contributions and for the fact that it seems he might actually be able to cook.

  • Jenny writes:
    September 27th, 201012:54 pmat

    He is the best worst thing to happen to any incarnation of Top Chef. Anyone that can cry over unfrozen sorbet and then blame it on mommy issues makes great tv.

    • plumpdumpling writes:
      September 27th, 20103:45 pmat

      You’re so right about the best/worst thing, because it’s so easy to hate someone who both creates drama AND sucks (Lisa from season 4), but it seems like Seth is consistently coming up with dishes that are at least interesting if not technically successful.

      And that mommy thing was jaw-dropping.

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