Great British Bake Off

October 23, 2013 by  

Great British Bake Off, High excitement preceded the final of The Great British Bake Off (BBC Two). This has been the year when every episode has been watched by millions, the year when Mel and Sue have reached new peaks of innuendo, the year when every glance between Ruby and Paul has been scrutinised for any hint of romance. If Premier League baking gets any more popular, next year could well see an audacious bid by BT for the TV rights.

As the finalists strode purposefully out to the tent to commence battle, the tension was gladiatorial. It almost felt as if the tinkly Bake Off music should be replaced by Eye of the Tiger. Kimberley Wilson confessed that her family and friends had advised her to “crush the opposition” – and, despite her winsome smile, this was indeed a lady who seemed to have the inner steel of an Olympic boxer. Ruby Tandoh was the bookies’ favourite – especially among bookies who are heterosexual men – but feared having “an episode” due to nerves. Frances Quinn came, for once, unencumbered by enough presentational props to furnish a West End stage.

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