Behind the Scenes at Good Eats
We really liked this show. It was lots of fun to watch.
Any other thoughts?
We really enjoyed it too, enough so that we watched it live instead of on Tivo as usual!
Oddly enough, the kid they found to play AB's nephew in previous episodes looked enough like him that we'd wondered before if it was really a relative and looked it up on IMDB - and now all my research is for naught, since they told us at the end of the episode!
It was fun, I actually liked the show better than AB's new "Feasting on Asphalt".
Yeah, I enjoyed it also, nice to see Alton showing us everything that goes on behind the scenes, I have always thought "Good Eats" had high production values. You can tell a lot of thought is put in to each show. Hope he never burns out and he never gets squeezed out by the FoodTV suits pandering to the lowest common denominator of viewers.
Anyone else notice, that his show is produced in the Atlanta area, rather than at FoodTV headquarters in New York? "Good Eats" is less showbiz and more entertaining education.
It was a fun show. I didnt notice the end though, did they say the kid is really Alton's nephew?
I would guess that most of the foodtv shows arent produced in NYC since so many of them clearly take place elsewhere. I'm sure its way cheaper.
I found it to be disappointing. They covered too much about the props, sets and staff and not enough about the research and writing.