Dinner: Impossible

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  • 8.5

    Wow what an intresting show.

    By gracielove, Nov 09, 2012

    Great with Robert.

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  • 9.0

    The original chef is always best!

    By izzyeddy, May 04, 2009

    This show was certainly abyssal when that "other" chef took it over. Now there is reason to celebrate because Robert Irvine is back. Robert is awesome because he keeps his cool, always completing his mission. The other chef made the show too gruff and harsh. It's hard to explain, but fans of Chef Robert will understand what I mean. I was shocked when Robert was no longer on the show, I felt he was wrongly let go. Now it's great to see Food Network realize their mistake and reinstate the proper chef back on his show. Welcome back Chef Robert, we're thrilled that your back.moreless

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  • 1.0

    "A complete waste of Time NOW"

    By sioxpilot, Aug 23, 2008

    What a way to turn a great show with Chef Robert Irvine into a boring just run of the mill show. So Chef Irvine made up some white lies and he is not forgiven and given a second chance. That is pathetic! This is America isn't that what we are all about. I like Chef Symon on the Iron Chef but he can't hold a candle to Chef Irvine on this show. They need to think outside of the box a get Chef Symon his own show not taking over a show that is simply not made to show off his strengths. BRING IRVINE BACK!!!!moreless

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  • 9.9

    This is/was one of my favorite shows. I made a point of making sure I never missed an episode.

    By lazlo1258, Jul 21, 2008

    I'm sorely disappointed to see Chef Irvine gone from the show.I know he told some white lies,but who of us doesn't? The network just lost another viewer.I guess it just frees up my time to watch another show on another network now. I like Symon on Iron chef but he just can't replace Robert.This show was made for Irvine and it fit him perfectly.I am becoming so disenchanted with t.v Every time I find a show I love the network replaces it with some poor substitute.I just pray another network sees Irvine for the gem he his and gives him his own show.moreless

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  • 9.3

    Head Chef Robert Irvine tries to do the impossible when it comes to food.

    By KCMask, Oct 20, 2007

    The show begins like a Knight-Rider MI clone: a female voice comes on, tells Robert what his mission is and he's off! Whether he's cooking for a gathering in rual Maine or for celebs at a golfing tournament, Irvine is up to each challenge. Sometimes there is little or no equipment, and things are improvised; ie: plastic concrete buckets are used as mashed potato bowls. As he races against time, Irvine also manages to inspire dishes for you to try at home, especially great 'on the fly' desserts. Robert's staff of two sous chefs named "George" are also entertaining. The food shopping is a riot to watch, big beefy guys running around the market gathering masses of groceries. Very fun, my 15 year old loves it as well.moreless

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  • 8.5

    good food network show...

    By Fwirrel, Aug 03, 2007

    Dinner Impossible follows Chef Robert Irvine through difficult challenges. Most of the challenged he is catering for large groups under time restraints. They're have also been challenges with few supplies and limited cooking methods. He has two sous chefs along with any chef that is there to help him that episode. The two George's are his sous chefs, which is halrious how they're both George. I like the idea of the show and it's pretty interesting and entertaining, the only problem, however, is it's drama. The show, at times, can be incredably over-dramatic and it drives me crazy. The begining of each episode is like a day time drama for food. Anyways, despite the drama problem, the show is entertaining and fun to watch.moreless

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