Roble and Company is another show I have been watching and not blogging. There are just so many things to blog about lately that some shows I just like to watch without recapping. The season finale of Roble & Co is a fun little show to watch. Every show needs a villain and in this case the one stirring the pot every week is Roble himself. He’s a complex guy who is not always likeable. Okay, I’ll just say it. He’s not my favorite Bravolebrity. He’s got that African male chauvinism and seems obsessed with conversations about what color everyone is, especially Adam. If you want a drinking game for this show the words “black” or “white” or any reference to someone’s race would be a safe bet.
He’s not the kind of villain you hate though. He’s the kind that you sort of want to either get what is coming or to have some sort of moment of enlightenment. This season he worked through his issues with his sister, only to have similar issues with is assistant, Artie the event planner, and Kiku the baker. All of his negative interactions seem to occur with women, or Artie who is gay.
There is no doubt that he is an outstanding chef with a strong vision for his culinary future. I am sure he will be very successful. His catering business has interesting clients and each week the menu has a vastly different theme. I hope to see it come back for a season three. He is considering opening a restaurant in Atlanta. Now that would be a good reason to drag more Bravo cameras down here.
What did you think of this season? I loved Jasmine and her sibling relationship with Roble and all the employees and how they work together to get the job done. Did you watch?