Worst episode yet. The first half hour was painful to watch. What was with that director guy - I didn't get it - just poor acting or just a bad/boring idea? The whole staged idea of cooking a bad meal seemed so contrived and poorly acted - basically just to get a dig on Jamie Oliver and the like? When they actually got to the food, it turned around, but is Tuscany that boring that they have had to come up with these ill-conceived concepts for filler, or are they just out of ideas?