Chef Robert Irvine and trusty sous-chefs, George and George, are put in impossible situations and must complete a dinner challenge before time runs out. From a luxury railroad to a Chicago ballpark, can Chef Irvine succeed, or will it really be Dinner: Impossible?
Major League Baseball is already headed towards the mid-point of the season and the All-Star Game, but for tonight's 'Dinner: Impossible,' we head back to spring training. Chef Robert Irvine and his staff is off to Clearwater, Florida, where he's greeted by Dickie Noles, a member of the 1980 World Champion Philadelphia Phillies and a current Phillies coach. Noles explains to Irvine that spring training is the only time of the year when the minor league and major league baseballers play side by side ... so, Robert's challenge: Not to strike out as he attempts to cook dinner for 200 ballplayers, in seven hours, using "minor league" and "major league" ingredients.