Gail Simmons

Gail Simmons breaks down the dishes offered by the final four in the first Canada challenges.

on Feb 15, 2012

 

Bravotv.com: So, we’re in Canada!
Gail Simmons: Welcome to Canada everybody! My home country. It’s really f---ing cold here. In my 12 years of living in the United States of America, I have grown soft. It’s so pathetic; I mean Vancouver is even warmer than most of the rest of Canada, but Whistler was blustery cold. And windy as you saw from the fur on Padma’s hood…

Bravotv.com: The final four arrive and head to Whistler.
GS: Whistler’s magnificent. And we put them through three excruciating challenges in our culinary games episode. I felt guilty the whole way through because these were the hardest physical challenges we’ve ever made them do. Each one was more ridiculous and difficult than the next. And many of them have a fear of heights or get motion sickness, or both.

Bravotv.com: Sarah kind of made a declaration that she came back ‘nice?’
GS: By the end of this episode I think she warmed to Beverly because, even though the ending of the episode is the way it is, Beverly proved herself like no one else has. You cannot say that Beverly did not kick a little butt. In last week’s episode, and then again in this episode. She she came in second place in the gondola challenge, second place in the ice box challenge, and first place in the physical part of the biathlon.