Most-Outrageous Moments Ever Witnessed
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Browse photos of the craziest things ever filmed on the show, like a lobster thief and a bar-side dating service run by a waitress.

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  • Patrick, owner of Buster's Beach House in Long Beach, Calif., calls Charles to investigate rumors that his Executive Chef is showing preferential treatment amongst the wait staff. Mystery Diners Tracy and Shelby go undercover and discover another problem behind the bar.

  • When Chris, owner of Spring Street Smoke House in Los Angeles, notices a decrease in his valuable fat trimmings, he contacts Charles for help. Mystery Diners Amber and Grant go undercover to discover the meat of the problem.

  • When Mario, the owner of La Traviata in Long Beach, Calif., becomes concerned over complaints with respect to the quality of his fish, Charles and the Mystery Diners discover that a recently hired chef may not be honest about what's in his high-priced dishes. Mystery Diners Rob, Shellene and Lauren go undercover to find out what smells fishy.

  • After receiving multiple complaints about theft and inappropriate touching during his monthly "Dining in the Dark" event, Hernan, the owner of Catharsis in Miami, Fla., contacts Charles for help. Mystery Diners Hollie and Billy go undercover and discover that Hernan's employees have created a game where they mess with blindfolded customers for points.

  • George, the owner of Los Angeles hot spot Ca' Brea, has recently received a few complaints that are surprisingly not related to the quality of his food or his wait staff's service, but about his valet service. Charles sends Mystery Diners Tracey and Hank undercover to show George just how detrimental a bad valet can be to a restaurant's business.

  • The namesake owner of George's Restaurant in Miami, Fla., wants both his customers and his employees to have a good time at his restaurant. But wehn he notices a dramatic loss in revenue, he contacts Charles to investigate. Mystery Diners Rob and Jenny go undercover and discover that George's staff is taking the "everyone have fun" policy to the next level.

  • When Will, co-owner of Whiskey Dick's in Las Vegas, becomes concerned over a steady decline in female patrons, Charles and the Mystery Diners come in to investigate. Mystery Diner Shellene goes undercover as a waitress and learns that the manager is serving more than just drinks from the bar.

  • After noticing a recent unusually low haul in crab claws, Luis, owner of Garcia's Seafood in Miami, Fla., contacts Charles for help. Mystery Diners Harry and Carlos go undercover and discover where the seafood is going missing.

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  • When Doug, owner of Pelons Tex-Mex Restaurant in Austin, Texas, hears rumors that his staff is collecting money for an unauthorized charity, he contacts Charles to investigate. Mystery Diners Holly and Jordan go undercover to see if the reports are true.

  • Peter, owner of Encore Dinner Theatre, fears a relationship between one of his waiters and one of his actresses is affecting customer service. Charles sends in Mystery Diners Rob and Amanda to find out who's really responsible for all the drama.

About the Show

When a restaurant owner suspects employees of not doing their jobs — whether it be stealing, lying, mistreating customers or generally doing lousy work — they call in the Mystery Diners. These Mystery Diners are undercover operatives who go into restaurants, bars and food-service establishments with hidden cameras to perform surveillance to find out what's really going on when the boss isn't around.

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