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.
Gail explains the challenges with Roy Choi and Jon Favreau were pure serendipity and discusses finding your voice.
Gail discusses what qualifies as stealing and why she was so sad to see Justin go.
Gail explains that she just wants to be taken care of at dinner and commends one chef for conquering Restaurant Wars.
Gail reveals the most surprising element of all the potluck dishes.
Gail explains why Carrie's dish didn't land her in the bottom.
Gail Simmons explains that good food will always trump gimmicky food.
Gail Simmons questions the chefs' Vietnamese dish choices.
Gail explains how the chefs' failures were not in concept.
Gail Simmons explains how great all the finale dishes were.
Gail Simmons explains why Jen's undercooked lamb didn't send her home.
Gail offers her perspective on David and Neal's working relationship.