Twin Cities producer behind 'Diners' clashed with Guy Fieri

Page Productions in Plymouth launched what became a runaway hit, but a profile in City Pages reports things got nasty as host Guy Fieri grew into a superstar.
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Page Productions in Plymouth launched what became a runaway hit, but a profile in City Pages reports things got nasty as host Guy Fieri grew into a superstar.

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