Doggie Bag: This Week in Charlie

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Here's what you missed this week on Charlie:

  • Check it out: Brett Gillin delights in finding out what beverage bartenders hate to make, then masochistically tortures them by having them make it. Turns out, suffering tastes delightful.
  • Local chef Ron Duprat barely escapes the boot on Top Chef Las Vegas. Next week: he serves ice cream to eskimos.
  • A couple more restaurants close up shop, and South Florida edges one step closer towards a Mad Max-style, post-apocolyptic wasteland.
  • MIchael Vick did some disgusting things to dogs; whatever you do, don't look in the mirror.

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