I thought the show was great and really enjoyed watching the wonderful food being prepared and served in 2 such beautiful settings. A couple of things bothered me: a great deal was made of the fact that Fabrizio alone prepared five separate dishes to accommodate Sara Gore, who announced she was on a diet when she got there. Fabrizio had OVER AN HOUR to regroup & fix different things for her; Ninamarie had about ten minutes. A HUGE advantage for him. It also looked as though (from a viewer's standpoint) that Ninamarie did not forget to take the separate entree to her--the waiters forgot it. Last, where did Sara Gore learn her manners? Imagine: You are invited to a one-of-a-kind dinner party, with fabulous guests, for the meal of a lifetime, and you whine, "I'm on a diet!"? Shame on you, Sara Gore. Your mother should have taught you a long time ago, if you accept a dinner invitation, you eat what's in front of you, pleasantly and gratefully. If the main criteria for Fabrizio was the separate meal for the whiner--excuse me, "Dieter,"-- and not the fact that his lasagna was "tasteless," I think Rocco goofed on this one.