Hugh talks poor word choice and gives his thoughts on the head-to-head battles.
Hugh wonders why Aaron is so angry and is in awe of his dinning at Fenway experience.
Hugh discusses the finale and the crucial mistake Tiffani made with her final dish.
Hugh would cure what ails with bourbon, chips, and ice cream, but he's glad Art and Kevin chose more noble Southern dishes.
Hugh talks this week's challenge, what a swordfish resembles, and shares his opinions on gender equality in the kitchen.
Hugh comments on Nick's big win and what he hopes the chef can achieve in the future.
Hugh discusses the way chefs unwind, the gaseous properties of breadfruit, and the penultimate Elimination Challenge.
Hugh quotes Edgar Allen Poe and discusses what an infant American food is in the culinary world.
Hugh continues to look for Nicholas' spirit animal, compares his voice to Jon Favreau, and sends a note to Brian.
Hugh reflects on Nick's in-it-to-win-it attitude and his elusive happiness and lauds the force of Dominique Crenn.
Hugh explains Carlos' problems with cutting fish and chides the woman who was allergic to seafood and came to this party.
Hugh picks the season's most condescending line, talks LSU's football prowess, and thinks lunch ladies are the future.
Hugh discuss the lack of coffee culture in NOLA, the Pope's coolness, Leah Chase, and this week's dishes.
Hugh imagines Justin as a child training for this exact scenario and distracting Travis with eagles.
Hugh Acheson reveals staining his shirt was the worst thing to happen during the pig challenge.