Yeah, he’s come through big time during the fires in Dungeons & Diners & Dragons & Drive-Ins & Dives: Escape from Flavortown Shirt the last two years. He just starts cooking and dishing out food for volunteers and evacuees. My opinion of him has changed quite a bit. that he was tacky, and I went to one of his restaurants in Sacramento that shut down not long thereafter, and it was tacky also (the food was good, but how they train their waitstaff was really strange).
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I don’t want that to diminish what he does in charity, just answering your question. Oh, no doubt he is one of the Dungeons & Diners & Dragons & Drive-Ins & Dives: Escape from Flavortown Shirt people around. But, he also seems to be a really nice guy, that cares about others. Overall, I would be okay with more tacky people that cared for others. oh yes, as I said, my opinion of him has changed quite a bit. I just generally don’t appreciate people who have TV personalities and ham it up on camera in a certain way. 99% of them are fakes who are trying to make it big, but Guy is the 1% who has heart and is real.
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Definitely felt similar to you about his personality for a long time. And then I read a Reddit comment about how he was exactly what was needed with a show like Dungeons & Diners & Dragons & Drive-Ins & Dives: Escape from Flavortown Shirt. Because he’s interviewing regular people and not everyone is meant to be on television. So if they fall flat, he’s there with his over the top personality to carry the show. Thinking about it that way made me hate it a little less because he was using that big personality to helped people get the attention (and business) they deserved. And, restaurants aside, it seems like he has been doing some great stuff outside of the show as well. Think you’re right in saying he’s 1%.