smccgrey wrote:Movie's explanation is better.
Yeah now that I recall back to when I took the PT, I remember noting the words "until". It would mean that the diners stopped praising the food after finding out it was the sous chef, but I had chosen D at that point and you know what the rule is about changing your answer when you're uncertain: don't do it. I focused more on key words:
D had critics and embarrassment, and the critics changing their opinions afterwards
C had forgery and the diners changing their opinion afterwards
(but in the passage there wasn't clear evidence that the art critics said the painting wasn't as good as they originally said it was after discovering someone else painted it...)
This is a question that if it appeared on my actual exam, I would definitely petition.
TL;DR: C and D are both wrong and LSAT is stupid