On Tuesday night Matt Lucas Mac Great left the British back off as spectators began to take up arms.
Despite Rowan having a disastrous three rounds, Pree Leth reiterated that Mac was removed without music teacher Paul Hollywood’s advice not to ‘put it on’.
The second of the back-off week was a biscuit themed, where contestants had to create chocolate Florentines, macaroni and a 3D memorable food show-stopper.
Outrage: Audiences take up arms when Matt Lucas announces Mack was leaving Great British Beck on Tuesday night
Mack said of his departure: ‘I just felt it in my bones. I know I gave it my all. Staying here was a special opportunity for me. ‘
But fans of the show can believe that absolutist music teacher Rowan fled the tent with his teeth on his skin.
Baker seemed to have a clear runner facing the ax for not being able to finish his waist coat Florentines, almost leaving the chocolate-covered covering, as well as technically finishing last with his ‘weird piped’ macaron.
Narrow Exemption: Despite having three more disastrous points with Rowan Pru Leith, the teacher reiterated that the teacher would not ‘reign’ on Paul Hollywood’s advice, Mack was expelled.
Humble: At the time of his departure, Mack says: ‘I just felt it in my bones. I know I had everything here. It was a special opportunity. “
Then when he presented his Wars Things Happened at Sea, Paul said: ‘It looks like a lighthouse but it tastes like rubber.’
Prui told her she expected better from him and it was ‘somewhat disappointing’.
And so viewers can’t believe it when Mack was declared an eviction unemployed after failing to impress the judges with his ‘inexperienced’ biscuit tiptoe.
Very ambitious: Rowan seemed to be a clear front runner facing the ax as he couldn’t finish his waist coat Florentines, leaving about half a dozen in chocolate
Overworked: When he presented his Wars Things of the Sea, Paul said: ‘It looks like a lighthouse, but it tastes like rubber.’
‘Rowan was terrible!’ Viewers couldn’t believe it when Mock was declared an evicted unemployed
Oh dear: One wrote: ‘I can’t believe Rowan was saved after his performance this week. Mack has been snatched !!! ‘
One wrote: ‘I can’t believe Rowan was saved after his performance this week. Mack has been snatched !!! ‘
Another added: ‘GBBO made me angry! How many times can Rowan be under delivery ???? Poor mother !!! Chief, for the third time, said: ‘Poor Mack 🙁 Although I love Rowan, I really thought he would go home. A few times he was told not to promise so much and it stopped him again. For MacX.
A fourth fan of the show added: ‘Mack was arbabed’, another said: ‘How Rowan handled it, yes he loved life but Mack didn’t deserve to go’.
‘It’s a disgrace to send my mother home instead of Rawan!’ Typed a different viewer.
Funny: Laura of Gravesand, Kent says: ‘Hobnobs posh is where I come from’, as the contestants went on to make their cranky biscuits
Strategy: Prue Leth and Paul Hollywood Baker removed with a signature task – 36 chocolate Florentines with a perfect snap
Scramptius: Three of the unemployed used mangoes and Dave’s feathered Florentines received praise from the judges. He was later crowned Star Baker
At the start of the show, Priu and Paul Baker removed the signature with the task – 36 chocolate Florentines with a perfect snap.
Kent, Lent of Gravsand said: ‘Habanbos posh is where I come from’, as the contestants proceeded to make their cranky biscuits.
Three mangoes were used among the bakers, and Dave’s feathered Florentines were praised by the judges, as the Harmin fruit was too chewy because it could not be soaked in water before baking.
Well done: Lotti stole the show with her fancy Florentines – a sweet treat that her grandparents loved throughout the lockdown.
‘I’ll never wash my hands again’: After the bite, Paul told him: ‘I’m not sure what I’m going to blame you for’, he expressed his greed before reaching for it.
Prui left the tent when his mango lassi told Florentines signs: ‘I remember thinking of your very big nuts … albeit a nice snap’.
But Lottie stole the show with her ornate Florentines – a sweet treat that her grandparents loved throughout the lockdown.
After the bite, Paul told him: ‘I’m not sure what I can blame you for’, before reaching for his tempting hand.
Failed: Harmin was very whipped for not soaking the fruit in water before baking
Flustard: The 39-year-old was not satisfied with how his Florentines were doing
Lotti said: ‘I will never wash my hands again!’ – which told viewers that the global epidemic is not a clever thing to say.
Next, the technical challenge was – 12 macaroons, six filled with mangoes, six filled with coconuts, gold and crispy outside and chewing in the middle.
Lotti was praised by the audience again after handing over her chocolate piping bag when she was blocked for just a few minutes to go.
Helpful: Lotty was again acclaimed by viewers after handing over her chocolate piping bag when she was blocked for just a few minutes to go.
Appropriately, the next technical challenge was – 12 macaroons, six filled with mangoes, six filled with coconuts, gold and crispy chewed on the outside and in the middle
Runner-up: Mark loses to Dave in second place in technical
Mark lost the top spot to Dave, finishing second in the technical.
Rowan, meanwhile, took last place with his ‘strange piping’ which he was influenced by ‘fine French history’.
For the show-stopper, the contestants had to create a 3D biscuit of a memorable meal that would deceive the eye, and after two successful successes, Dave appeared as a star baker, captivated by his Tacos-inspired biscuit.
The Great British Back of Channel 4 continues next Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Across the Moon: Dave appeared as Star Baker after being mesmerized by his tacos-inspired biscuits
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