Gail wishes the feuding chefs would just put their head down and cook, and that Joy would have spoken up about her dish.
Gail discusses the very serious competition in Boston and why she doesn't believe Michael liked his own dish.
Gail explains why she was disappointed in Tiffani's final dish.
Gail talks about the healing powers of food and how Art and Kevin's Duel felt so personal.
Gail was impressed by the "beautiful dance" the vastly different chefs put on in the kitchen.
Gail loved seeing Jen and Nyesha face-off, even if Jen nearly shot herself in the foot during the bacon and egg challenge.
Gail was happy to have the "villainous" Tiffani and Dale return, and thinks Dale should open a PB&J mochi restaurant.
Gail debates the merits of armadillo and sea squirt, and talks about the amazing food she had from David and Takashi.
Gail says CJ's sweep wasn't by such a wide margin -- and hopes to eat Stefan's food again.
Gail shares how this Duel showed off her favorite part of Top Chef and how much she missed mike and Antonia.
Gail discusses why she occasionally preferred Brooke's dishes over Shirley's, but why Shirley took the Duel.
Gail was impressed with the thread through Richard's dish, but that doesn't mean Marcel didn't cook amazing food.
Gail reflects on the neck-and-neck competition between Nina and Nick and why after an arduous Judges Table, Nick came out on top.
Gail shares her feelings about this week's double elimination.
Gail prasies most of this week's dishes and discusses what she really looks for in a perfect bite of food.