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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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...
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
It might be Thanksgiving break for most students, but the kids in this classroom are still hard at work. Tonight's contestant, Sanjaya Malakar, is no stranger to reality TV: He's a well-known and controversial contestant from Season 6 of American Idol. He's famous for creating the "ponyhawk" hairstyle and for being, according to Idol judge Randy Jackson, one of the smartest contestants to appear on the musical reality show. OK, Randy, but can he handle fifth-grade geography?
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4 pm/ET NBC
""The most exciting two minutes in sports" begin at 6:04 pm/ET in Louisville, preceded by two hours of anticipation (or anxiety, depending on how much moolah you've got invested in the race). While sipping that mint julep, enjoy one part red-carpet interviews with the rich and famous at Churchill Downs, and two parts race buildup, focusing on profiles and analysis of the expected 20-horse field. Likely post-time favorite I Want Revenge has the services of teenager Joe Talamo, a likable star of Animal Planet's reality series, Jockeys. Among the trainers, three-time winner Bob Baffert is squarely back in the Derby spotlight with Pioneerof the Nile, while Todd Pletcher has three more chances (Dunkirk, Advice, Join in the Dance) to end his personal Derby hex. For those who remember ill-fated 2008 Derby runner-up Eight Belles, her trainer, Larry Jones, is taking another shot at the Roses with Louisiana Derby champion Friesan Fire.
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