D'you know how essentially Jimmy Doherty has been following Jamie Oliver's programme trajectory (trying to get better food into supermarkets, etc), but with added farming references? Well that's because they're childhood friends. And now they've joined forces to essentially further showcase how Channel 4's food programming has lost the run of itself up a hoop of ridiculousness. Heston can't take all the credit, you know. This is kind of about food, but more about Jamie Oliver shouting his head off while chasing people around with bits of cheese. They also take the time to traumatise Gary Barlow on a rollercoaster (that's them dressed as smurfs. Yes, smurfs), before making Alan Carr vom a little bit.
Jamie and Jimmy's Food fight Club. Channel 4: 9.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 17:06 | Thursday 6th December 2012 | TV Highlights
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