At the end of last weeks episode, Gus had thoroughly trashed a match between the Chicago Fire and DC United. For those who missed that one here are a few highlights: "If MLS folds, it's all his fault." "You're just figuring out Gus sucks now?" "Not really. The consistency of his suckiness is just finally overwhelming me." "I just need to reitterate that Gus St. Silva is a disgrace to the profession of Referees." "Not once have I been impressed with his reffing, and when I saw that he was gonna be the ref, I knew what we were in for." And now, as a follow up to that pathetic example of MLS refereeing, we had the Chicago Fire vs Dallas Burn match, starring (who else) Gus St. Silva. On a larger stage this time (it was, after all, on national TV), Gus managed to surpass himself with new examples of incompetentcy. He still is (apparently) a very strong proponent of the laissez-faire approach to refereeing (either that or he has lost his red card) completely ignoring a Chad Deering handball in the box. Then to top it off he assumes the mantle of a Burn defender and heads out a (potentially winning) Hristo Stoitchkov bullet that was destined for the net. After the match, it was said that Gus issued a challenge to his MLS referee colleagues to "step up to the box" and see if they could surpass his exploits. We all wait expectantly.