Great British Bake Off 2014, episode 2: Best innuendos from 'erect biscuits' to 'Pussy Galore'

Twitter goes wild for the show’s innuendos, but Mary Berry’s fondue disdain comes out on top

The innuendos in The Great British Bake just won’t stop, er, coming in this new series, and Wednesday night’s episode was no exception.

For those who didn’t watch the pun-littered show, this week’s challenge was making Florentines, before having to make a scene out of biscuits. That’s where the “erect biscuits” line came from, while contestant Richard, the builder who decided to create a Treasure Island display, was the cause for Sue to shout “Stop fiddling with your pirates!”

Mary Berry’s talk about “some of them have got a good forking” seemed to come out of nowhere, but Sue certainly decided to step it up a notch when she called Mary “Pussy Galore”, which fans of the show took to Twitter to comment on:

And let’s not forget the line from Enwezor about getting down on the ground to work out the, er, stiffness: “Typically I do it on the floor, because it gets so stiff.”

 

But there was one golden moment from Mary that trumped all the show’s innuendos put together. Her disdainful reaction to the bought – not made – fondant:

 

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