Each week we take a quick, cautious look at what's going on with televised cooking.
Have you seen Guy Fieri's kitchen-fort on Guy's Big Bite? I love this guy. Here are some photos from the set.
We understand the racing stripes -- if Fieri likes to get in his fridge and pretend to drive it around, that's okay. He owns Johnny Garlic's fast-casual.
Fieri's been trying get Jesse James to come over for a playdate. These hubcaps could work. THEY HAVE TO.
No Disney movie is complete without a wall of license plates. Not sure what is going on here.
The only thing worse than bumper pool table is someone who owns a bumper pool table. It's a trifle. A desecration. It is not serious thing. The only thing a bumper pool table is good for is throwing up on. Fieri could have put a nice little bar table there and blown off steam with the gang after takes, but he goes with a toy that only two people in the country even know the rules of. Even Sammy Hagar won't play bumper pool.
Have you ever played pinball from the early '70s? It's basically Pong. Still, I would play Drop-a-Card (1971), and I would play the shit out of Twilight Zone (1993) or Addams Family (1992).
According to the site, Fieri rented (rented?) all these trophies from a prop shop. Is there anything sadder in all the world? Except for a few other things in this kitchen-fort, like ...
... the instruments. It's like a museum set-piece. The high hat is crying.
Previously, Michael Leaverton watched: