History Series / DinnerImpossible

7th Jul '15 4:16:23 PM nombretomado
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* IntercontinuityCrossover: With ''{{Lost}}''. Robert's mission was to cook for the cast using only what he could find on the island. Though it was clear to everyone that ''{{Lost}}'' is only a television show, Nestor Carbonell did appear in character as Richard Alpert and Robert was given several Dharma food drops to work with, so it qualifies somewhat for this trope.

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* IntercontinuityCrossover: With ''{{Lost}}''.''Series/{{Lost}}''. Robert's mission was to cook for the cast using only what he could find on the island. Though it was clear to everyone that ''{{Lost}}'' ''Series/{{Lost}}'' is only a television show, Nestor Carbonell did appear in character as Richard Alpert and Robert was given several Dharma food drops to work with, so it qualifies somewhat for this trope.
22nd Jan '14 7:10:48 PM nombretomado
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* ProductPlacement: Dinners have been done for {{Barbie}} and {{Pixar}} ([[WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}} Linguini]] was Robert's assistant!). In addition, brand name items are often clearly shown.

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* ProductPlacement: Dinners have been done for {{Barbie}} {{Franchise/Barbie}} and {{Pixar}} ([[WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}} Linguini]] was Robert's assistant!). In addition, brand name items are often clearly shown.
20th Nov '13 11:23:28 AM OddHack
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** Although Symon's episodes seem to be [[CanonDiscontinuity rarely if ever re-aired]].
15th Oct '13 9:12:57 AM SeptimusHeap
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* TemporarySubstitute: In 2008, Irvine was replaced by Michael Symon while the network investigated allegations about the accuracy of Irvine's resume[[hottip:*: The work-related claims were technically true but perhaps inflated. For example, Irvine worked as a trainer in a White House kitchen that serves the resident servicemen; this made its way into the title sequence as "worked for three U.S. Presidents"]]. Irvine returned to the show after ten episodes, and both he and Symon continue to appear on the Network.

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* TemporarySubstitute: In 2008, Irvine was replaced by Michael Symon while the network investigated allegations about the accuracy of Irvine's resume[[hottip:*: resume[[note]] The work-related claims were technically true but perhaps inflated. For example, Irvine worked as a trainer in a White House kitchen that serves the resident servicemen; this made its way into the title sequence as "worked for three U.S. Presidents"]].Presidents"[[/note]]. Irvine returned to the show after ten episodes, and both he and Symon continue to appear on the Network.
8th Oct '13 8:32:29 PM CrazyCatLadyIRL
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1st Sep '13 6:54:01 PM Stepjam
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** Considering they don't mean much to the American audience the show is targeted to, one would guess they just didn't care.
6th May '13 3:34:47 PM Austin
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* ImpossibleTask: The Disney episode, which required Robert to, amongst other things, used canned food in one item, run around Epcot to find three princess characters, and make 2500 mini desserts ''on top of everything else''.
29th Mar '13 12:15:19 PM LongLiveHumour
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* ProductPlacement: Dinners have been done for {{Barbie}} and {{Pixar}} ([[{{Ratatouille}} Linguini]] was Robert's assistant!). In addition, brand name items are often clearly shown.

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* ProductPlacement: Dinners have been done for {{Barbie}} and {{Pixar}} ([[{{Ratatouille}} ([[WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}} Linguini]] was Robert's assistant!). In addition, brand name items are often clearly shown.
18th Mar '13 10:51:05 AM fryhole
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* PutOnABus: In 2008, some questions arose regarding the accuracy of Irvine's résumé, so Irvine was replaced by Michael Symon indefinitely and his bio was pulled from the Food Network website. The issue was eventually resolved[[hottip:*: The work-related claims were technically true but somewhat inflated. For example, Irvine worked as a trainer in a White House kitchen, which made its way into the title sequence as "worked for three U.S. Presidents." While chatting up investors to raise capital for a restaurant, he also allegedly claimed to be a Knight, which is completely false.]], Irvine returned to the show, and he continues to appear on the Network.



* TemporarySubstitute: Michael Symon.

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* TemporarySubstitute: In 2008, Irvine was replaced by Michael Symon.Symon while the network investigated allegations about the accuracy of Irvine's resume[[hottip:*: The work-related claims were technically true but perhaps inflated. For example, Irvine worked as a trainer in a White House kitchen that serves the resident servicemen; this made its way into the title sequence as "worked for three U.S. Presidents"]]. Irvine returned to the show after ten episodes, and both he and Symon continue to appear on the Network.
18th Mar '13 10:44:11 AM fryhole
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* PutOnABus: In 2008, some questions arose regarding the accuracy of Irvine's résumé, so Irvine was replaced by Michael Symon indefinitely and his bio was pulled from the Food Network website. The issue was eventually resolved[[hottip:*: The work-related claims were technically true but somewhat inflated. For example, Irvine worked as a trainer in a White House kitchen, which made its way into the title sequence as "worked for three U.S. Presidents." While chatting up investors to raise capital for a restaurant, he also allegedly claimed to be a Knight, which is completely false.]], Irvine returned to the show, and he continues to appear on the Network.
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