JAMIE MAKES INROADS AT PATRA'S, BUT HITS A MASSIVE ROADBLOCK
WHEN THE SCHOOL BOARD BANS HIM FROM SERVING FOOD TO
WEST ADAMS STUDENTS, ON "JAMIE OLIVER'S FOOD REVOLUTION"
"Is It Me or Have We Just Been Pushed Into a Corner?" - MLA CEO Mike McGalliard delivers a shattering blow to Jamie and his 10 teenaged culinary students at West Adams Preparatory High School: They've been banned from serving food on campus. Heartbroken and defeated, Jamie makes an emotional plea to the kids' parents and gives the students a graphic reality check about what is really in the foods they're eating every day, on "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution," TUESDAY, APRIL 26 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on ABC.
Meanwhile, in an attempt to soften the hard-line stance of Patra's owner, Dino, against adding a few healthier options to his menu and renovating his kitchen, Jamie introduces him to Sophia, a 17-year-old West Adams student whose entire family has been plagued by Type II Diabetes. While Dino is sympathetic, it takes a desperate plea from a complete stranger to help him see beyond his bottom line.
"Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" is produced by the Fresh One Productions and Ryan Seacrest Productions. Executive producers are Jamie Oliver, Ryan Seacrest, Craig Armstrong, Adam Sher and Roy Ackerman.
"Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with stereo sound. A TV parental guideline will be assigned closer to airdate.