Marc Summers

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VIDEO: Oh Brother

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Oh Brother
Paid | iTunes
Length: 06:29:06
Aired: 12/15/2014

Through the financial help of their parents, brothers Gabe and Javier own the Knife and Fork Gastropub in San Antonio. Although it appears wildly successful, the restaurant is being run into the ground. watch

VIDEO: Holiday: Impossible

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Holiday: Impossible
Subscription | Xfinity
Length: 42:11
Aired: 12/15/2014

It's a huge undertaking, but Robert Irvine wants to take on the impossible. watch

VIDEO: Oh Brother

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Oh Brother
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 43:00
Aired: 12/15/2014

Parents call in Robert Irvine to intervene at the Knife and Fork Gasropub. watch

Videos

How Is Maple Syrup Made?
Chocolate Peppermint Bites: Part 1
Top 5 Dirtiest Restaurants
Our Gayvorite Things

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Oh Brother
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Hooked on a Candy Cane Feeling
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Holiday: Impossible
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Pudding Up a Fight

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 Rewrapped TV Show Series, Judge
2010 Restaurant TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2008 Ultimate Recipe Showdown TV Show Series, Host
2007 Dinner TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2005 Food Network Star TV Show Series, Host

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News

Food Network's Marc Summers Nearly Loses Half His Face in Car Accident

Marc Summers is lucky to have survived a grisly car accident last week that nearly left the Food Network star severely disfigured.

While driving back from a shooting of Restaurant Impossible in Philadelphia, Summers' cab driver lost control in a "torrential downpour" and hydroplaned. In the crash, Summers' head slammed against the partition separating the front and back seats of the cab, damaging half of his face. read more

Guy Fieri on Why He Was Born to Host Minute to Win It

Food Network star Guy Fieri is known for his signature bleach blond hair and his skills in the kitchen. But above all, he's known for his high-octane energy which makes Fieri a perfect match for NBC's new game show Minute to Win It (premiering Sunday at 7/6c). In fact, Fieri says he has to watch himself on set of the new game show, which asks contestants to do perform seemingly simple -- but actually difficult -- tasks within one minute. "I really have to keep it in check. There are moments where I want to run right out there and put the ball in the thing for them or yell, 'Try your left hand!'" says the 42-year-old. Fieri spoke with TVGuide.com about his biggest influences,  and why... read more

Almost there...

Well folks, In just a handful of days you will be experiencing a show like no other. No, I'm not talking about the premiere of me hosting "The Secrete Life Of..." (Monday, April 23rd). I'm refering to the Food Network Awards! A night I will never forget because it's pretty much like the Oscars for food. Get ready for a spectacular host (Emeril!) and watch how all of your favorite Food Network hosts are up on stage strangling each other in a pit of chocolate pudding. Ok, I made that part up...but wouldn't it be great to see me and Giada chocolate wrestling. Oh, such wishful thinking! Either way, the show is entertaining and full of surprises (yep...Catherine Zeta Jones!). And most importantly I will be hosting the red carpet with my new best friend...Marc Summers! Remember, it's this Sunday, April 15th!!!GD read more

Meet Dinner: Impossible's Very Own "Tom Cruise"!

This is no dinner party for eight. It's not a friendly barbecue or a bake-off or a how-to on feeding your family in 30 minutes, either. Rather, Dinner: Impossible — premiering tonight at 10 pm/ET with two back-to-back episodes — is the fiercest cooking mission Food Network has yet to deliver, and master chef Robert Irvine is up for the challenge. Thirty years after flirting with girls in home ec, Irvine has landed in kitchens all over the world and cooked for people we read about in the news, but he's nowhere near retiring his favored titanium knives. With a book ready to hit shelves, two restaurants preparing to open their doors and a fast-paced show that has him whipping up delectable meals on cattle drives, deserted islands and the like, Irvine shared with TVGuide.com about how he got to this point in his career, how he trust read more

A New Star Is on Food Network's Menu

Food Network is looking for its next star with a second round of (c'mon, guess the title...) The Next Food Network Star, premiering March 19 at 9 pm/ET. Again hosting the so-much-more-than-a-cook-off is Marc Summers, whom you either know from his "scintillating snack-making secret spilling" on Unwrapped or from his former gig on Nickelodeon's Double Dare. TVGuide.com chatted with Summers about the hunt for another Star — and not just because this writer  (plug-plug) appears on the April 16 episode. TVGuide.com: Well, I just finished watching the Season 2 premiere....Marc Summers: For my money, the big difference this year is that the show moves a lot quicker&n read more

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