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It's a cooking competition show, Americanized. It's not going to be the Japanese version.
The show is great. I could care less about cooking but this show is just entertaining to watch... From the intensity put into the dishes by the chef to the goofy chairman. Truly a good way to spend some time watching TV.
You could critique the show for having guests like Marc Ecko as a judge... But... Meh. It's entertaining enough to watch and generally the winner deserves the prize.
Oh yeah and I'm bitter John Besh isn't the new Iron Chef...
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