Jamie’s Chef, Channel 4

by | Jan 31, 2007 | All, Reviews

Did we like it?

Jamie Oliver’s selection of a chef to run an Essex pub called The Cock (insert your own joke here) wasn’t that tasty. But the main course – where the lucky winner gets to work – promises to be more appetising. (One day we’ll write about Jamie Oliver without resorting to culinary clichés. Honest)

What was good about it?

• Jamie’s Woodstock party looked hilarious. Lots of pleased-with-themselves thirtysomethings dressed in hippie garb trying hard to have fun.

• “Put the money in a bin and burn it – the pain will be less,” Jamie was told by an expert. Fortunately, he shrugged off that advice so we can enjoy his pain over the next few weeks (and no-one performs displays of frustrated pain better than Jamie)

What was bad about it?

• The selection process lacked drama, even though we were shown insights into the lives of the four contenders.

• We’re a bit bored with Jamie with his cries of “pukka” and campaigning zeal and wife Jools and awful friends and tendancy to give everyone a nickname (Big Fella, Tiger etc)

• We wanted London geezer Dennis to win the job. Instead it went to Aaron Craze

Luke Knowles

Luke Knowles

31/01/2007

Editor of the website and host of the podcast. A general TV obsessive. I've been running the site since 2008 and you can usually find me in front of the TV. My Favourite show of all time is Breaking Bad with Cracker coming a close second. I feel so passionately that television can change the world and I'm doing my little bit by running this site. You're Welcome!

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