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Guy is also shouting for some reason. He is incessantly screaming at us to eat concoctions such as beer-battered meatball sandwiches, wrapped in a pizza and deep-fried in lard. What’s for dessert? A sheet cake dipped in pancake batter, dunked in butter frosting and sprinkled with Pop-Tarts. In short, Guy’s trying to kill us.... Yet, despite being a grown man with a penchant for Billabong clothing, Guy shouldn’t incur all the blame. The real fault should be assigned to the people who gave this madman a platform from which to spout his nutso rants.... The little “cooking” there is left on the Food Network consists of soul-terrorists such as Sandra Lee bursting with pride because she came up with the ingenious idea of sprinkling some oregano on a can of Dinty Moore Beef Stew and calling it “a quick way to make dinner.”

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  • glen

    glen 5 years ago

    Oddly, most of the cooking shows I watch(ed) were all on the Travel Channel. Go figure.

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  • Nickolas

    Nickolas 5 years ago

    I agree. I am tired of the food contest marathons. Tired of Chopped, Food Network Star, etc. It seems that actual cooking is the bottom tier of priority/schedule.

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    • JakeLonergan

      JakeLonergan 5 years ago

      It's all part of the horrendous wave of "reality TV" that someone declared dead three or four years ago. But this zombie just won't die and I can't find anything to watch because of it. I'd rather tune in every week to see if there's an episode of The Blacklist I missed. Summer replacements have become nothing but "reality", which I can't say with a straight face.

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  • Chet_Manly

    Chet_Manly 5 years ago

    I make it a point not to watch the food channel (largely for the sentiments expressed above) but I am unfortunately aware of who this guy is for some reason. With regards to this guy:
    A: he seems like a real life version of Peter Griffin
    B: thank God I never went into a Johnny Garlic's when I lived out there. One less thing in my life to regret.

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