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What to Watch Wednesday, March 11

by Kim Potts, posted Mar 11th 2009 5:00AM
South Park'South Park'
(10PM, Comedy Central) 13th season premiere
Matt Stone and Trey Parker, where have you been?!

The 'South Park' papas return for a well-timed dose of irreverent humor, and they've chosen wisely for their first target of the new season: The Jonas Bros. and their infamous purity rings. In South Park, it's Kenny and his new girlfriend who get the chastity rings when the K-Man takes his new lady to a Jonas Bros. concert in hopes of scoring ... big points with her.

Meanwhile, if teen dreams are the topic, we have hopes there'll be a Miley Cyrus joke or two somewhere in the mix also, though the mere potential of orange-coated Kenny trying to get his swerve on is more than enough reason to tune in.


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Bobby Flay Interview for 'Grill It!'

by Kim Potts, posted Jul 2nd 2008 6:00AM
Bobby Flay"It's way harder than people think to cook and talk and look at the camera."

Despite restaurants, product lines, cookbooks and a ubiquitous Food Network presence, Bobby Flay has found a way to add two new series to his jam-packed schedule.

In addition to joining 'The Next Food Network Star' as a resident judge, 'Grill It! With Bobby Flay' premieres July 6.

AOL TV talked to the New York City-born and -bred chef about the secret ingredients to his success.

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More grillin' for Bobby Flay

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 24th 2008 5:40PM
Bobby Flay and Stephanie MarchThey're cooking up a new show for Bobby Flay, the Food Network chef who is quickly becoming the boy who just can't say no. The guy is cooking everywhere -- CBS' Early Show, Boy Meets Grill, Throwdown with Bobby Flay and, of course, he's one of the principals on Iron Chef America. And that doesn't include reruns of BBQ with Bobby Flay. But it's clearly not enough.

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Chef Irvine gets axed

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 4th 2008 8:03AM
Chef Robert IrvineRemember when you were young and your parents told you things like "cheaters never prosper"? Well, it's true. (All right, not all the time, but at least this time!) As TV Squad reported recently, Chef Robert Irvine, star of Food Network's Dinner: Impossible, has been hoist on his own petard. Now that the truth is out -- that he lied and padded his resume -- the network has dumped him. His fire has been extinguished. Dinner: Impossible will go on, but not with Chef Irvine as chief cook and chef extraordinaire.

Food Network president Brooke Johnson said in a statement, "We appreciate Robert's remorse about his actions, and we can revisit this decision at the end of the production cycle, but for now we will be looking for a replacement host."

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