Let’s see what they were about
to serve their customers.Okay, this is
a French dip. These are our
pulled pork nachos.And this is our
The chili burger.Our signature
Y Not burger.Okay. Enjoy. Okay, Chef,
let’s talk about
this burger. Sean:Come on,
it’s a hockey puck.Dead piece of beef.Phil:
Don’t do it.
You don’t want that.Oh, my Gosh.
Oof. Disgusting.This is definitely
the worst burger I’ve ever
( bleep ) had in my life. And now
on to the nachos. Touch it, Phil.
Feel it. Bad, bad, bad. This tastes like
it was cooked months ago. That’s ( bleep ) nasty. – You know what,
he’s right here.
– Sorry to bother you. – Yvette, push on that.
– Doesn’t look good. – Should a burger
push back on you?
– No. – I– I don’t have an answer.
– They ( bleep ) up
the burger, right? – Yeah.
– One down. How ’bout this?
Is that one right, Jon? It sat in the window
too long. It didn’t get that way
from being in the window. – It got that way from being
– Yes. Okay. Now, how ’bout
that one, Phil?How’s that one look?My stomach hurts
just from looking at it. That looks like
what my cat threw up in my living room
this morning. I would never eat this
if it came to my table. It’s a complete failure. Phil:
Oh, my gosh.He overcooked the cheese,
that is not right. Oh, really?
This isn’t right? – That is not right.
– Gee, that would’ve
surprised me. How ’bout if I mount it
on the wall as a piece of decor,
how does that look? ‘Cause it serves a better
purpose on your frickin’ wall, than it does on a plate. And you knew it
when it came out here. It’s not true. You have a venue
across the street
with 10,000 seats that lights up
200 times a year. And you’re racing
( bleep ) goldfish.