The Visual Aids For The Great British Bake Off's 'Biscuit Week' Get Us To The Church On Time...For It To Collapse
If you watch this show to calm you when the world seems like it's falling apart, this may not be the episode for you.
On the Two Spotted Dicks On The Great British Bake Off podcast on "Biscuit Week," we learn the difference between crispy British biscuits and soft American cookies, debate the merits of gingerbread, and even manage to get into a brief raisin fight despite there being none on the show this week! Check out the Visual Aids for all the icing.
What the fuck are you doing, Mel?
The show loves its single entendres, but no one forced you to play along in your home, Tom.
Louise's sheep-shaped biscuits are cute and sounded good to us, but as Paul explains, they are not proper biscuits, which should be crisp and crunchy. More for us! We'll take that one that fell over, I'm not bothered!
Eat a bee! ...hive...biscuit.
On at least some of these, it genuinely looks like the icing ribbons have been tied. It's a shame Benjamina fails so spectacularly in the next challenge.
Would you know these weren't finished if she hadn't told us?
We don't understand where Candice is getting these props, but the biscuits look great.
The model Viennese Whirl. Yes, please!
In a...jam? Just use your handy dandy candy thermometer.
Another stellar poker face during the technical judging.
In case you were worried that having a challenge this stressful was antithetical to the calm, British spirit of this show, rest assured that one of the contestants exclaims, "Oh bother it," as all her hard work collapses.
At least one of the churches turned out well.
The geese (swans? ducks?) really make this one.
You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!
The Chrysler Building isn't in Times Square. What is this, Smash?
We get it, Tom, you like rock climbing.
You know what they say: disastrous gingerbread replica of your wedding, perfect actual wedding, right? That's a thing they say, isn't it? Guys?
Note to self: Don't invite Paul to my wedding.
This is so freakin' cute.
This is a face that says "Girl, we love you, but we're all a little bit embarrassed for you right now."
But Candice doesn't care. She gets to make a bad joke and turn in this gingerbread dollhouse-like pub.