Kotaku 'Shop Contest: Gaming With Paula Deen: Winners!

Former Food Network personality Paula Deen deserved a better game than some mobile puzzle fluff, so I tasked our readers with creating an appropriately epic PD experience. Mission accomplished.

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Frequent 'Shop Contest contributor billysan gets his due today, thanks to the winning combination of Final Fantasy VII and heavy cream. Paula's commercial face, which rivals famed FF villain Kefka's in terms of sheer insanity, really drives the Super Moo Juice attack home. I would not want to get hit with that.

But billysan was not the only winner this week—just the best one. Let's see what the rest of this week's honorable mentions cooked up with Paula.

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This Week's Pretty Butter Babies

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Mrichston — I...um. I'll...no. Pass.

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Morellex — because I didn't need to have this in my head.

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Jean ClaudX — for helping Paula with her monetization.

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CityShrimp — for something a little more cooking related.

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SweetCalamity — for one of several excellent Mortal Kombat-themed entries.

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MustangSaggy — because I'd play this with his mom.

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Buck Stanley — for a much better game many of us already own.

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Silkerdax — for doing away with Paula's pesky neck.

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Ginger Snap — for...is that? Ew.

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KBABZ — because I am sure no one else had this idea.

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Zach Williams — for all the Torchinsky.

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KIREEK — for what I could see as an actual magazine ad. If they still made magazines.

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Ganonthegreat1 — now finish her! I guess you can pass.

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Barrel_Trollz — for what feels like a slight improvement.

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Fbs — because this is exactly what her expression is saying.

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AlmightyDuke — I would not be surprised if Netherrealm announced this tomorrow.

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Okami — for slurs, time and butter.

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gummy44 — because surely no one else had this idea.

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Merylas — because I think this idea could work.

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Cartoonivore — no, no, no. Maybe?

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Dylan White — for milking that fish for all it's worth...LITERALLY.

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TGS1985 — for reminding us all that Wilfred Brimly is still alive.

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Ossirian — though to me this just looks like a high score.

And of course...

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billysan — for the win!

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DISCUSSION

A summon in Final Fantasy XV where an earth-sized Paula Deen pours milk and creme over the planet for 99k damage to everyone would be a pretty awesome/horrifying way to end the game.