A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series shows how difficult it can be to start and successfully manage a catering and event planning business. It also highlights the importance of teamwork and professionalism (and the consequences when those are lacking).
Positive Role Models
Roble is a successful young man who has worked hard to get an education and build his career. Some of his catering crew have had run-ins with the law; Roble has hired them in order to mentor them. Many of Roble's clients are extremely self-absorbed.
Violence & Scariness
Heated arguments between Roble and Jasmine are frequent. Occasionally strong exchanges also take place between different members of the staff.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Contains some subtle references to sexual acts. Over-the-top parties include women wearing pasties (and other revealing costumes) and shirtless men. One episode involved some exotic dancing, while another featured a sculpture of a topless woman.
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Language like "crap" and "ass" and lots of bleeped words like "s--t" and "f--k."
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Products & Purchases
The series serves as a promotional vehicle for Roble's new company. Celebrities like Vanessa Williams are featured. Roble is dating well-known model Ayan. Occasionally high-end venues, like NYC's Avenue, are discussed.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Alcoholic beverages at parties range from crazy signature cocktails to wine, champagne, and lots of hard liquor. Occasional sarcastic references to "being on crack."
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this reality series is promoted as a cooking show, but really focuses on the challenges that come with starting a new catering and event planning business. It contains lots of strong language (the strongest vocab bleeped), lots of bickering, and some occasional sexual references. Parties include lots of alcohol and interesting signature drinks. Occasionally celebs are featured.
Is It Any Good?
The series offers a mildly entertaining look at a talented group of people who become completely frazzled as they try to land A-list clients and meet their every self-indulgent need. While there is some discussion of food, its preparation offers little exciting to watch.
Sure, Chef Roblé is a nice guy, but his overall personality is bland compared to most reality show celebs. As a result, it's the last-minute snafus, as well as Jasmine's inability to separate her personal relationship with her brother from her professional role in the company, that really drives the show. Some folks may find it interesting, but the overall show lacks any real flavor.
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