Rock musicians and food lovers Dweezil Zappa and Lisa Loeb are hitting the road in search of musical and culinary adventures. From dining on Southern specialties with the Indigo Girls in ... See full summary »
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Rock musicians and food lovers Dweezil Zappa and Lisa Loeb are hitting the road in search of musical and culinary adventures. From dining on Southern specialties with the Indigo Girls in Atlanta, to chowing' down at the Zappa family's breakfast pancake party, this dynamic duo is out to find good times and great food. Join them as they discover new regional culinary delights with famous chefs and friends across the country. Written by Kinnikuman12195

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Want to see famous people getting free holidays and free meals?
18 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Well, there's really no other reason for watching this other than the fame of the two leads, they do and show absolutely nothing of any interest.

The "culinary adventures" consist of things like ordering cakes in a cake shop, watching a chef fry chicken or just eating a free meal in a restaurant that gets free publicity in return. Lisa Loeb (whose later series Number 1 Single mentioned how seriously she took her Jewish religion) somehow integrates bacon into a Judeo-vegetarian diet.

It's just one big beano, with the only conceivable highlight coming from a very brief cameo by Bill Murray in one episode where Dweezil goes to play at a golf tournament.

Dweezil and Lisa don't seem to have any knowledge or passion about food, they're on-screen just to be on-screen.

I don't actually mind celebrities doing documentaries on the basis of their celebrity, but I do mind when they seem to think they can get away without actually working.


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