#4 Posted on 21.4.06 0801.29 Reposted on: 21.4.13 0802.52
WOW, that was quick. I didn't even know this show existed until I was flipping through the channels the night before this thread and heard Alan Thicke's voice. It should be noted that I subsequently only made it through four minutes of the show.
#6 Posted on 21.4.06 1420.49 Reposted on: 21.4.13 1420.49
Thank GOODNESS. The episodes will run back to back on Saturday, because you want to capture that HUGE Saturday crowd. Wolfgang Puck Rulz!
What I learned: Diddy is exec producer of this show. Did he think this would draw that Iron Chef crowd? Cause all due respect to Iron chef, a pleasant enough program, I suspect its ratings wouldn't even have beaten the WB program.
If they had any known celebs (Calling Stacy Keibler!), maybe this might have gone.
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#7 Posted on 21.4.06 1535.23 Reposted on: 21.4.13 1535.46
I, myself, loathe all cooking shows as I find them all to be incredibly boring, but then I suppose that they're not attempting to capture the 18-24 white male demographic in any event. And they keep my mother off the streets and outta trouble (for the most part), so I suppose they're good for something.
#9 Posted on 22.4.06 2343.26 Reposted on: 22.4.13 2346.16
At least with stars dancing, it's a competition that the viewers can play along with at home. They can tell that Jerry Rice is better than Master P, and can argue amongst themselves if Stacy Keibler is better than Drew Lachey. With cooking, it's just like "Well, the food looks good. Too bad I'll never get to eat it."