FX's new comedy Chozen touts itself for featuring "the world's first gay, white, animated rapper," but star Bobby Moynihan says his character's sexuality never defines him.
"It's not what the show is about. It's not very heavy-handed on the politics or anything," the SNL star tells TVGuide.com. "There's a couple lines in the second episode where he wanders into an LGBT meeting and they're asking him if he's gay or bisexual and he says, 'Why are you trying to label us?' ... I feel like it's not such a crazy thing anymore and it shouldn't be."
Johnny Weir is revolting, which may actually work in his favor on Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off.
On the Food Network competition series kicking off Sunday at 9/8c, the world champion figure skater once again neglects to play it safe and listen to his coach's advice. He joins TLC's Chilli, Dean McDermott and Cornelia Guest on Team Guy Fieri, who are vying against Team Rachael Ray's Gilbert Gottfried, Kathy Najimy, Hines Ward and Carnie Wilson. At the end of the competition, the winner will earn bragging rights as well as a $50,000 grand prize for the charity of their choice.
Guy Fieri was the talk of the town after The New York Times published its scathing review of his new Times Square restaurant. However, the much-discussed critique was not deemed worthy enough to get him — well at least a version played by Bobby Moynihan — to the final cut for air on the recent Saturday Night Live hosted by Jeremy Renner.
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Guy Fieri appeared on Thursday's Today show in response to The New York Times' scathing review of the chef's new Times Square restaurant.
"It must have felt like a punch in the gut," anchor Savannah Guthrie noted.
This is so not money.
The New York Times does not like Guy Fieri's new restaurant in Times Square.
In a painfully descriptive negative review of Guy's American Kitchen and Bar, food critic Pete Wells slams him for his voluminous menu, bad food and lack of service
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Anthony Bourdain takes on the personalities who leave a bad taste in his mouth.
"The worst, most dangerous person to America is clearly Paula Deen. She revels in unholy connections with evil corporations and she's proud of the fact that her food is f---ing bad for you. If I were on at seven at night and loved by millions of people at every age, I would think twice before...
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After 11 weeks, numerous cooking and camera challenges and the ultimate pilot presentations the newest Food Network Star has been named. But first, the pool had to be reduced by one. Their penultimate challenge is to make and present the best dish of their lives.
Jeff Mauro brings an eggplant parmesan sandwich to the table, Susie Jimenez presents carnitas with cactus side salad and Vic Moea whips up a hearty zuppe de pesce.
Food Network goes full-throttle to satisfy fans of the host with a big bite and bold personality by devoting an entire week of prime-time programming to Guy Fieri, starting tonight. We tapped the celebrity chef for a recipe to make the Yuletide season not only merry, but "off the hook."
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NBC's sleeper-hit summer game show takes the network's current penny-pinching ethos and turns it into a virtue: The show's stars (aside from chef-turned-host Guy Fieri, who adds just the right amount of extra cheese) are cheap, common household objects like Kleenex boxes, paper clips and water bottles. They're used in challenges that must be completed in 60 seconds for players to advance towards the $1 million jackpot....