Talk:Top Chef Masters (season 3)

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This graph(?) doesn't seem too accurate. There was more than one high and low on episode one and more than two each on episode two. Am I not understanding this and it represents the lowest and the highest not eliminating or winning, respectively? Sean118 (talk) 03:25, 14 April 2011 (UTC)

The chart (or graph, whatever) is correct. In Episode 1, for example, Team Leela was announced as the winning team, then Alex and Naomi were called into Judge's Table for having made the top two dishes on that team. Alex won, leaving Naomi as the sole "HIGH". Malpine (talk) 03:34, 14 April 2011 (UTC)
Ok, so for the episodes following episode 1, there are two highs and two lows. I feel like this supports my understanding that all of the highs and lows should be listed as such. What you described makes perfect sense, but doesn't seem to continue through the chart/graph. Keeping with your definition, there should only be one high/low per episode, unless they are referring to quick fire challanges as well as elimination challenges(I can't remember the high and lows of all, so I can't verify off the top of my head), but I would assume there was a quick fire challenge on episode 1 as well. Sean118 (talk) 05:16, 30 April 2011 (UTC)
Well, in the second episode, there were 3 people in the top. One of the people on the top won. Therefore, there are two people with "HIGH", and one with "WIN". It should go without saying that the "WIN" also means "HIGH". Malpine (talk) 22:28, 1 May 2011 (UTC)

Lack of information[edit]

The individual Episode sections are pretty scant compared to the ones for the regular Top Chef seasons. I'm going to beef up the information to mirror the regular Top Chef pages. I haven't edited this heavily before, so if I do anything wrong, feel free to let me know.Malpine (talk) 03:39, 14 April 2011 (UTC)