Watch Judy Greer's Culinary Dream Become a Nightmare on Star Plates

Judy Greer has worn many hats in her career — including helpful best friend Penny on The Wedding Planner, wacky assistant Kitty on Arrested Development and maniacal secretary Cheryl on Archer — but our favorite yet is when she plays chef for the night. On Cooking Channel's new show Star Plates, Judy learns how to make her favorite ravioli with Chef Antonia Lofaso — whom you may know from Top Chef and Cutthroat Kitchen — at Black Market Liquor Bar in Los Angeles.

During the special, Judy gets a crash course in making her culinary dream come true, but it ends up being more of a nightmare. Tune in on Nov. 30 at 9pm ET to see what happens when the kitchen starts getting flooded with ravioli orders, and watch Judy use her acting skills to look calm under intense pressure.

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