I loved Tabitha's show (Tabitha Takes Over). I think it was because I actually felt like she was fixing core issues and helping people. I think it is that watching her show you got the feel she was actually helping the owners and getting them to be able to run a successful business. She has a business approach that I think many of these shows lack. Also if you look it up she has a rather amazing success rate for this type of show.Dragon Zero said:I too enjoy this particular genre of show but I feel it's also gotten a few spin-offs such as those nanny shows that were popular around a decade ago or the pet care themed one like My Cat From Hell, where a man with some of the weirdest hair choices acts deadly serious about everything. One that my family quite enjoyed a few years back was I think called Tabitha's Salon Takeover or something like that. Maybe you could cover those in a later column.
It's pretty good. One time the owner of a protein based restaurant/smoothy bar caught her manager stealing 75 dollar protein powder from her which was cutting into her profits like crazy. Note: She's a world famous body builder build better then most men and she's ether Russian or from around that area. I'm surprised she didn't break him with her voice that would make the Dragonborn look twice.Kenjitsuka said:"giving "hard truths" to seemingly clueless restaurateurs."
Yikes, should probably be RestauraNteurs, as the other is people who restore art for a living.
I loved Ramsay since the UK inception. Will check out your favourite with the conspiracies, sounds good!
They came here too. After a few months, the restaurant they "saved" died.hentropy said:Restaurant: Impossible came to my sleepy little hometown to do the local failing restaurant joint that has been failing for as long as I remember but still somehow stayed open until recently ("Muskrat Mayhem"). I always felt like the various limits were arbitrary, it would be a better show if they focused on the reasons why restaurants and small businesses in general fail, and what can be done about it.