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  • This is the best challenge Top Chef has ever done -- not just because it provided a legitimate and creative challenge for the cheftestants, but also because having real, working chefs weigh in on the judging is more meaningful than the overly rehearsed witticisms of the Quippy McSoundbites and Lame-o McBookDeals who show up on the judging panel.

    Top Chef All-Stars Ep. 3: Finally, some food

  • Quippy and tart, she mocked the "lamestream media," and offered her usual punch of charm and charisma, something the public and the press have hungered for since she mostly limited her exposure to Facebook updates, Twitter tweets and calculated appearances on

    FAIR Blog

  • Quippy and tart, she mocked the "lamestream media," and offered her usual punch of charm and charisma, something the public and the press have hungered for since she mostly limited her exposure to Facebook updates, Twitter tweets and calculated appearances on Fox News, her new employer.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Professor Quippy: Global warming caused by unleaded gasoline

    Progressive Bloggers

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