They hated her sorbet (apparently she most likely overcooked the citrus in her base leaving the icecream tasting like soap), and if you read Johnny Iuzzini's blog, he says that they were influenced by the fact that she looked incredulous and annoyed when they criticized her ice-cream instead of just saying it wouldn't happen again.
[quote= "Iuzzini"]The problem is if you taste it and still defend it, even though four people are telling you it tasted bad, then there is a deeper issue then just a mistake. [/quote]
Its interesting because the judges seem to be having the same reaction to Heather H. They see her as stubborn and positional, and they are dismissing a lot of Morgan's bad behaviour - like elbowing Heather in the face without apologizing - because he seems so nice when they interact with him. It was so gross when he was proudly justifying himself by saying he is like Shaq and it will teach people not to ge in Shaq's way. And I have no idea who took the crispies (the pea puree of this season), but no one seems to credibly believe it was Morgan.
[quote = "Iuzzini"]Heather H. is just so damn stubborn. I warned her about the ingredients and colors she was using when I did my walk-through. I understand her point of wanting to incorporate the flavors, but she could have been smarter about it and incorporated them in an invisible way, either inside the cake like a soak or infusion. It bothers me that she is so defensive and feels a need to try and argue why she is not wrong. BLACK AND WHITE??? GET IT.[/quote]http://www.bravotv.com/top-chef-just-de ... g-unsavory
I do think that Danielle K has to go next - she's been clinging on to the bottom for such a long time now. But I think Heather H. will end up going soon, just because the judges don't like her. One mistake and curtains.