"It's always nice to see that the suburban world is a little artificial, as I might imagine," Batali observed, after Hines described the many fake aspects of her character Dallas. "I noticed that they added yet another opportunity to view it," he continued. "Last night at 9:30 they started the series again from the pilot, so on Tuesday nights at 9:30 you can view it and Wednesday nights at 8:30 for the original, right?"
"It was the coolest thing ... it was like, how does he hold the cart different than I do?" Fallon joked, as Batali demonstrated his cart-pushing runway walk. Batali enlisted Fallon as his shopping assistant, and Fallon ran around the store picking up things for him. Sent on a mission to find a grill-pan, Fallon went exploring, only to find an entire Mario Batali Cookware aisle. Jimmy made Batali go up to the counter and buy his own pan, while pointing out to the cashier that his friend's picture was on the packaging. Batali still had to pay full price.
So, just what can you expect from 'The Chew' when it replaces 'All My Children' on ABC's schedule this fall? Well, according to this new behind-the-scenes trailer a decent amount of chemistry between the hosts, food tips and "dishing."
The cast includes food TV and reality veterans Carla Hall, Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Daphne Oz and Clinton Kelly all sharing their food and entertaining tips.
"Let's be real though," Oz said, "it's about food, but it's about dishing, really."
Check out the full video -- Batali's trademark crocs included -- below.
So, just what are these shows about? Certainly not countless marriages and evil twins. Get the breakdown on what you can expect and what (if anything) there is to look forward to seeing on these new shows.
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