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Cordova, TN; February 16, in the year of our Lord 2015--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is floating a cool, new, fresh, and fun way cooking competition shows should grade contestants. How many times have you watched a cooking competition television show only to see the early failure win the whole thing. We have watched quite a few cooking shows here at Family Friendly Gaming. It amazes me how certain people are given the win after they failed repeatedly in the beginning. They might have finally gotten one win at the end. That is like a sports team in the cellar getting to play in the championship game and winning it all because they win that one game.

Here is how I believe cooking competition television shows need to change. Have whatever number you want as contestants. Let us say sixteen for this example. Each of the contestants will compete against another contestant in that week. Whomever wins that week against the other contestant gets a win, and the loser for that week gets a loss. Let us say for this example they have a fifteen week competition. That way every contestant competes against every other contestant. Take the top four contestants and they move into the next phase. If there is a tie anywhere make the contestants who are tied compete against one another in another cooking challenge. The final four compete against one another based on their record (best versus worse, and then the middle two). The final two duke it out in one final competition.

The way I see it consistency is not being current rewarded. I have lost track of how many times I have watched a cooking competition show only to see someone win whom I do not feel is deserving. Someone who was better over the long haul is denied victory and a chance to compete right at the end. Someone who is really bad and does not learn will consistently lose week after week. By letting them stay they may actually learn more, and improve their overall skills. Plus it is lame to see your favorite person off a show because they had one bad skills test. This is what I would like to see in a cooking competition television show. Do it like a season of a sport.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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