A surprising but delightful win for Michael! And a tough break, comme une breadstick, for Amelia. Bread week never disappoints.
Thanks to all of you for the amazing lookalikes and puns and arcane regional helmet trivia. Standard. I’m definitely tuning in next week to see what the drama is between Steph and Henry, and also because of certain contractual obligations. Please join me then!
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WHAT is that drama between Steph and Henry?? They may as well have cued the Eastenders drums after that cliffhanger.
Whhaaaa! Delighted. Our cherub is all growed up.
Amelia goes home of course. She was good in previous weeks, so definitely leaves with no shame.
Michael Owen has only seen eight films and one of them is Seabiscuit
Who’s won this do we think? I am too out of my mind to have any idea. I assume Rosie?
@lobster1 David as Michael Owen is a good shout. Especially because Michael Owen is a FASCINATING cultural figure.
Michael’s done well enough. Like a seasoned theatre-goer hitting the cloakroom before the encore, Amelia makes a bid to go home early. But will anyone be joining her?
Self assessment is a tax joke. Do you understand the riches I am giving you? Shoutout to HMRC
A-Dora-ble Steph’s loaf structure is beautiful, say the judges. Michell’s garden of Welsh nationalism tastes delicious, though she suffers from a stodgy hedgepig. We’ve all been there.
The judges love Rosie’s varied bread art, and she gets some nigh perfect scoring of her own.
To David’s credit he actually did not do very well. He must be freelance: because his self-assessment was spot on.