Dinner: Impossible Review

Information At A Glance
Dinner: Impossible is a television show in the Cooking genre starring Robert Irvine and Michael Symon. The tv show first appeared on air on 2007-01-24. Our users found the overall impression of this television show to be Exciting. The tv show's official site can be found at www.foodnetwork.com/dinner-impossible/index.html.

Overall TV Show Ratings

Story/Execution 9.0
Visuals 9.0
Music 9.0
Sound Effects 9.0
Acting/Performance 10.0
Enjoyability 9.0
Overall 9.0
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Another fantastic series by Robert Irvine

User Ratings

Story 9
Visuals 9
Music 9
Sound Effects 9
Acting 10
Enjoyability 9
Overall 9
Format: Television (SD)
Impression: Exciting

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I just decided to pop in and write a quick review on another show starring celebrity chef Robert Irvine. I recently reviewed his newest show Restaurant Impossible, which was quite entertaining, and, so I wanted to write this review about his original series :)

In this series chef Irvine travels from one crazy challenge to another and has to complete a dinner service with crazy time constraints. For example, he will be given 8 hours to feed 200 people etc. This is very entertaining to watch and the different locales really make the show fun. One episode for example featured the television show "LOST" and its cast members, and another was at Disney World, so you can really see how diverse the setup is....

The chef usually has a few assistants that are on every show as well as a few random newbie chefs to help him which always results in crazy moments (such as Irvine being burned by them etc lol). A really funny episode starred a few professional wrestlers from the WWE. I really recommend watching that episode as it is very funny :)

This show is very entertaining, and the cast and crew really make it shine. You will be laughing at least once a show as various people and surprise challenges drive Irvine crazy.

Always something goes wrong during a challenge, and somehow the chef manages to pull off the dinner to completion a lot of the time (He does fail a few missions).

This really is a great series and I hope he makes more episodes once his current show is over. The visuals and sound are quite good and the music is pretty nice as well...although I don't think you will be watching a cooking show to listen to the music ha ha.

I really recommend this to anyone who enjoys a action packed cooking show :)

Review Posted By TVjunky On 2011-06-04 At 02:33:48

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