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But many gross scenes remain in all their shameful glory. Meanwhile, Colicchio’s banter isn’t only creepy, it’s hypocritical: “Deep down men know that sexist s–t-talk is just a lazy substitute for real wit,” he wrote in a November essay reacting to his industry’s troubles.
During the season premiere’s “Meat and Potatoes” challenge, host Padma Lakshmi and head judge chef Tom Colicchio approach chef Joe Sasto’s booth to taste his lamb tartare. So, disgusting oral sex jokes amount to real wit, Tom? “Top Chef” contestants often group themselves into friendly cliques.
Famously during Season 5, the LGBT chefs formed “Team Rainbow.” It was sweet and inclusive.
Is it time for “Top Chef” to pack its knives and go?Once, she said, he came up from behind her and embraced her “like a linebacker, like a disgusting bear hug.” That sort of workplace interaction should be discouraged, not turned into a cutesy joke. So much abysmal reality TV preys on damaging stereotypes and manufactured conflict, but till now “Top Chef” has been a beacon of diversity — always putting together a smorgasbord of ages, cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. But this season is all about objectification of both women — and men. After 11 years on the air, and many excellent seasons, the Bravo reality cooking show has turned unbearably creepy, replete with uncomfortable remarks about physical appearance, crass sex jokes and an overdose of dude.The current season is set in Colorado, but it might as well be called “Top Chef: Pervnado.” This sexist shift comes at the worst possible time.
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