Has Food Network officially "jumped the shark" with this show?
It's kinda like programming the "Mormon Tabernacle Choir Hour" on the Playboy Channel.
I get that "Biggest Loser" draws ratings, but do we need this type of program on a food network, after showing 5 hours of cake wars? And if it's all about stealing ratings from other networks, are we going to see:
- Chefs of the Jersey Shore?
- Storage/Restaurant Wars?
- Chef by night/Pawn Shop owner by Day?
- American Cookers/Pickers?
- Cooking up Gold on the Klondike.
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