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Iron Chef USA was the first American adaptation of the Japanese television series Iron Chef. Only two episodes were aired (both are considered pilots); neither received critical acclaim. It would not be until 2004 when another adaptation of Iron Chef, titled Iron Chef America, would air. Like the original Japanese series, the show featured an eccentric chairman, played by William Shatner, who creates his own Gourmet Academy with four elite chefs who take on challengers in a specially-constructed Kitchen Arena ("Kitchen Stadium" in the original). However, unlike the original and the later Iron Chef America adaptation, Kitchen Arena was set in Garden Arena (a venue often used for boxing) in the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas and not on a sound stage.
|S01E01||Showdown in Las Vegas||16/12/2001||Dungeness Crab battle Kerry Simon – Challenger – chef at Prime restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel Bruce Vilanch – Judge – comedian with regular appearances on the game show Hollywood Squares Elise Neal – Judge – actress, perhaps best known as Yvonne Hughley from the TV series The Hughleys Brande Roderick – Judge – 2001 Playboy Playmate of the Year Mark Famiglietti – Judge – actor, who played Scout Calhoun on the Dawson's Creek spin-off series Young Americans|
|S01E02||Holiday Showdown||26/12/2001||Turkey battle Marcus Samuelsson – Challenger – chef and co-owner of Restaurant Aquavit Ron Popeil – Judge – inventor of many products sold through infomercials Loretta Devine – Judge – actress best known as Marla Hendricks on the TV series Boston Public Kelly Hu – Judge – actress; notable roles as Deathstrike from the movie X2 or Rae Chang from the TV series Sunset Beach Steven Schirripa – Judge – actor, perhaps best known as Bobby "Bacala" Baccalieri from the TV series The Sopranos|