Celebrity TV Chef Reportedly Fired Over Spiced Up...
“We looked into the situation and found that, as Robert as already admitted, there were some embellishments and inaccuracies in his resume”
Food Network plans to drop celebrity chef Robert Irvine, host of "Dinner: Impossible," from the cable channel's lineup for cooking up a resume with plenty of garnish but light on honest ingredients, according ... via Fox News
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#1 Mar 5, 2008
He was wrong and has said so himself. I like him and his show. I think the network should reconsider. If false résumé’s are an issue, I can see how they would be, they need to make the effort to check out a resume' before hiring or producing a show. Maybe food network has some egg on its face for not thoroughly validating his resume. I am on your side Robert but DON'T do it again. We like you as you are.
#2 Mar 5, 2008
Lied to get the job, did the job well, wants to keep the job.
What kind of value system would allow this to happen.
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