Jamie is invited to meet the new superintendent of the LAUSD, and he’s heartened by developments in the Season 2 conclusion. Later, he organizes a cooking competition for high-school students, with acclaimed chefs Jonathan Waxman and Michael Symon serving as judges.
Jamie teaches students about the short term consequences of eating unhealthy foods; Jamie helps a family see the benefits of preparing a meal to eat together; Jamie discovers who was responsible for revoking his film permits.
Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Season 2 Episode 3 “Is It Me or Have We Just Been Pushed Into a Corner?”
Jamie and his 10 culinary students are banned from serving food at West Adams Preparatory High School; Jamie makes an emotional plea to parents and gives students a graphic reality check about what’s in their food.
Jamie dresses as a tomato and distributes free healthy lunches outside a Los Angeles public school, hoping to garner parental support and gain access to the schools. Later, he meets a 17-year-old who fears she’ll inherit her parents’ diabetes.