'Worst Cooks in America' Season 18: Dakota's bizarre reference to snakes and herpes leaves fans in shock

This statement didn't miss the attention of viewers who were quick to take it to Twitter sharing their shock towards what Dakota shared


                            'Worst Cooks in America' Season 18: Dakota's bizarre reference to snakes and herpes leaves fans in shock
Dakota's phrase of him being more scared of snakes and herpes than knives has fans shocked. (Food Network)

'Worst Cooks in America' Season 18 premiered on Sunday night. While fans were excited to see what kitchen disasters the new 16 contestants would stir up, one particular contestant caught the attention of fans the mozt.

Dakota, a 30-year-old accounts executive was on Chef Anne Burrell's team red. He can be considered as one of the worst cooks this season, as he was the first one to be sent home during the elimination that happened at the end of the episode. 

However, prior to that during the main challenge, Chef Anne instructed her team to cook a bowl of big fat chicken soup and grilled cheese sandwich in just 60 minutes.

While the other team members already started with the cutting of their chicken, Dakota reveals that the only thing "scarier than knives" is "snakes and herpes". 

This statement didn't miss the attention of viewers who were quick to take it to Twitter sharing their shock towards what Dakota shared. Some fans were shocked, while some found it entertaining.



 

Sharing their views on Dakota's phrase, a fan shared, "WHY ARE THERE PLATES ON THE FLOOR? Also comparisons to snakes and herpes?! @FoodNetwork
late night gets weird #WorstCooksinAmerica."

Adding to that another said, "Haven’t watched #WorstCooksinAmerica in years, tuned in because @altonbrown is hosting. Actual things said: 'Ham cock' & 'The only things scarier than knives are snakes & herpes'. There’s a fitness instructor who keeps jumping. I’ve never felt more capable in my life." 

"for real this contestant on #WorstCooksinAmerica just said 'the only things scarier than a knife is a snake and herpes'. #what," a fan wrote while another shared, "Oh my did he really just say that "snakes and herpes" #WorstCooksinAmerica."

"Did he just say HERPES?!?!?! #worstcooks #WorstCooksinAmerica," a fan wrote. 

Each contestant this season seems to have their own kind of energy in the kitchen, right from Dakota's phrases, a fitness instructor who cannot stop jumping inside the kitchen to a mortician who claims if someone dies of his cooking, at least they will have a funeral home ready. 

Overall, looking at just the first episode it is clear that we are in for a season that will leave us in fits of laughter. 

'Worst Cooks in America' Season 18 airs every Sunday night only on Food Network. Check your local listings for more information.

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