– Today, the fast foodat Jack gets hacked.
– Let's talk about that.
(upbeat music) Good Mythical Morning! – Jack in the Box hasbeen pleasing tastebuds since 1951.
– That's a long time.
– But in the last 70-plus years, do you think any of those customers ever had the idea of drivingto a Jack in the Box, buying a bunch of their food, then driving to ninemore fast food places, buying a bunch of their food, and then swapping theingredients on all of 'em? Just to see what it would taste like? – Well, we did.
It's time for Fast Food Frankenstein! Jack in the Box.
We're gonna taste menuitems from Jack in the box, that have had one or moreingredients swapped out, and another fast food chain's ingredients Frankensteined in.
– Yeah, Frankensteined.
– And if we can— that's what we call it.
That's the verb.
– Yes, and if we can identify, well actually, it's anoun, but we turned it– – We're Frankensteining it.
– Into a verb, 'Cause we can do anything.
We're gonna have toidentify which ingredient is different, and if wedo that, we get a point.
And we also can name the restaurant, we get another point.
And then we're gonna tastethe OG Jack in the Box recipe and compare the two.
– The winner gets oneof a kind Franken-buns.
That is a butt cushion, made from a bunch of warm hamburger buns.
– I could use some of that.
(creepy music)(thunder claps) – All right Stevie, tellus what we've got here.
– [Stevie] You're bothin for a carbo-loaded hearty breakfast, because first up is the supreme croissant.
In this round, only oneitem has been swapped out.
– Just one item.
– Okay and the mystery ingredients in all of the rounds couldcome from a whole slew of fast food restaurants.
, Wendy's, Arby's, Shake Shack, Burger King, Dunkin', Subway, Popeyes, or In-N-Out.
And each restaurant'sonly gonna be used once.
So, we're gonna taste this thing.
– I don't Jack in the Box very often.
– Dink it.
– You know, I don't– – Me neither.
(audience chuckles) And sink it.
– So I feel like I don'thave a lot to go on.
– I know that Burger Kingalso has a croissant.
You deconstructing, that doesn't seem fair.
– Well, how else yousupposed to figure it out? – The other thing I knowabout Jack in the Box is that they crack their eggs in the back.
And look at that ham, that's some thin ham.
That bacon is hurtin'.
Does Jack in the Box'sbacon hurt that much? – All right, I have an answer.
– I also have an answer, you ready? – Ooh, I don't even knowhow I feel about this, but– – [Stevie] I'm gonna giveyou a three, two, one.
– All right.
– 'Cause I'm compelled to.
– I'm ready, I knowwhat's been swapped out! – [Stevie] Three, two, one.
– It's Burger King, but it's bacon.
Oh, you think it's— It's Subway bacon! – You think Subway got that crappy bacon! – I think so! – It's too smoky.
– [Stevie] This Frankensteinsupreme croissant contains another fastfood chain's croissant.
(horn buzzes)- Oh! And that buttery, flaky boy comes from the king himself, Burger King!- No! (audience laughs)- No, wait! Trust your instincts.
– Hold on, you're telling me— So here's the real one, coming in.
– This is Burger King? – I was baiting you to the right answer.
– [Stevie] I was also pointing back here, as if you could see me pointing at what you needed to do, so, everything's fine.
– So if you look at thedifference in the croissants, this is the Jack in the Box croissant.
And this is the Burger King croissant.
– They're pretty similar, actually.
– The Jack in the Box croissant is even butter, butterier.
(audience laughs) – And flakier.
That's a flaky croissant! (creepy music)(thunder claps) – [Stevie] Before you, you have the spicy Sriracha burger.
– Ooh, they have that? – [Stevie] And two of the ingredients have been swapped out.
– All right, so thissourdough bun situation, what is this? What y'all trying to do? (audience laughs) Who y'all trying to be? I'm not gonna remove the— It can even be the sauce.
– The jalapeno.
– That's definitely Sriracha sauce.
So I don't think it's the sauce.
Is there another place that has bacon? I mean, bacon.
– Jalapenos are, would be a tough thing to— Sriracha sauce? – This bacon is hurtin'.
– I'm gettin' somethin'.
– Is this a sourdough? You say that? – [Stevie] (chuckling) I didn't say anything about sourdough.
– Okay, I'm trying to taste that burger.
– I have answers.
It's a tasty sandwich.
– [Stevie] Okay, soremember, two ingredients.
That means two magnets.
Grab your magnets.
– All right, I'm ready.
– Please be right.
– I'm ready.
(audience laughs) – [Stevie] Three, two, one! – All right, so I'm not looking, that's Carl's Jr.
, andthen the bacon is Subway.
So we agreed, see the bacon was different than the last round.
And we know the bacon was Jack in the Box in the last round.
– I just want something to be Subway bacon.
– But, yeah, that bacon's not, it's weird.
– It doesn't feel like it'ssupposed to be part of it.
– I know Carl's has got a Frisco.
(audience giggles) – [Stevie] This Frankensteinspicy Sriracha burger contains another fastfood chain's jalapenos.
– Yes!(bell dings) – [Stevie] And another fast food chain's creamy Sriracha sauce.
– Oh, dang it! I told you!- The Jalepenos– – Wait, wait, what was thefun in these choices, guys? You replaced the two thingsthat are the same everywhere! – Subway.
– Yes! I got two points!(bell dings) Woo!(audience laughs) – [Stevie] And the creamy Sriracha sauce is from Wendy's.
– Wendy's got Sriracha sauce? – Listen, y'all are, that's just– – Bring it over.
– That was a cowardly swap, guys.
I'm just being honest.
Jalapenos and Srirachaare the same everywhere! – I was thinking aboutJalapenos from Subway, ever since Gus made that video.
– I know this bacon is differentthan the last bacon we had.
– Apparently it's not.
– That's lunch bacon.
– Lunch bacon's different? See, look at these jalapenos.
You know what, they're both jalapenos.
(audience laughs)But the Sriracha is a different color, I will admit to that.
– The Sriracha sauce is different.
I prefer the Wendy's Sriracha sauce.
Who woulda thunk? – I'm just angry.
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Give it a whirl!- Whirl! What's this, girl? – [Stevie] I know you'vebeen waiting for this.
It's the deluxe fish sandwich.
– Oh, deluxe fish sandwich? – And— This is heavy! – [Stevie] It's heavy andit has three ingredients that have been swapped out.
– Three ingredients?- Oh gosh, three ingredients? Well, the tomatoes, I'm gonnainspect them more closely.
By putting them there.
Do you like that, Rhett? That's a lotta fish stack.
– Who else has fish? McDonald's is not even an option.
'Cause I know they got fish.
– I don't think Shake Shack has fish.
– Think Dunkin' Donuts has fish? – No.
(audience laughs) Does Arby's have fish? Arby's probably has fish.
– Arby's has the meats.
Is fish meat?(audience laughs) – That is a sweet tartar sauce.
– I had to tell ya, three ingredients.
(audience laughs) I got no clue.
– Yeah, okay.
– Okay, yeah, yeah.
You gottahave confidence in yourself.
– I just have to comeup with the third one.
(audience laughs) – You gotta believe in yourself.
When you have an idea, you gotta lean into it.
– Who you talkin' to?- Myself.
– Is he listening?- No.
– All right, so I'm grabbing mine, I'm ready to go with this.
– It doesn't even really make sense.
– And then, right there, you can do this.
(audience laughs) (Rhett groans) – I don't feel great.
– All right, all right.
I gotta make a comeback, guys.
I'm trying hard to do that.
And I'm ready.
Your magnets in three, two, one.
– In-N-Out bun, Shake Shack lettuce– – Oh, Shake Shack lettuce- We agree on that.
And Arby's cheese.
– Oh! I said In-N-Out tomatoes, and Carl's Jr.
– I forgot about thetomatoes, I wonder why.
– [Stevie] This Frankensteindeluxe fish sandwich contains another fastfood chain's tartar sauce.
– Oh, really? – From where? – Cheese.
(bell dings) – Oh! – I got that, so I get a point.
– [Stevie] And lettuce.
– Oh, we tied, so that cancels out.
And lettuce, even ifwe're right about that, it cancels out.
– [Stevie] The lettuce is from In-N-Out.
– Oh, gosh, that means I didn't get– – [Stevie] The cheese is from Dunkin'.
(fist pounds)- Dunkin Cheese? – [Stevie] And the tartar sauce is from Arby's.
– Okay, so I did get one point.
– So Link got a point, let's taste the original.
– All right, there it is.
– Don't you want to? Yeah, you gotta double-fist.
You guys missed an opportunityto switch the fish.
When given an opportunityto switch the fish, switch the fish! – I'm interested in thetartar sauce difference.
This tartar sauce is picklier.
What was it swapped out with? – Arby's- Arby's got a picklier tartar sauce.
– How does the– – Mark my word.
– [Stevie] How does the fish compare to the McDonald's Filet-O-Fish? – It's crispier– – It's pretty comparable, actually.
– I think it's supposed to be better.
– I think this is definitely cod.
(audience laughs) – I couldn't tell you.
(creepy music)(thunder claps) – [Stevie] Last up isthe buns bonus round.
In this round, you'll be identifying which beef blankiedoesn't belong at the Box.
– Oh, lotta B's.
– [Stevie] If you canidentify which type of bun in the lineup of buns doesn't come from Jack in the Box, you get three points.
If you can guess wherethat bun comes from, you win the entire game! – What?(audience chuckles) Now this bun's got a butt crack.
– That's a fancy bun.
I don't go to the Jack in the Box enough! I didn't know they had gotten so fancy! – Is that perforation so you can like, cut a sandwich in half? – If you're gonna cut it, youneed to know where to cut.
– And then, now we've hadsourdough already today.
Or whatever they're calling this.
(audience laughs) That one's kinda old.
– And like you said, Carl's Jr.
does do that.
– Now, you got yourself a light biscuit.
They do biscuits there.
When my mom was in town, I went through the Jack in Box drive-thru every morning.
And got her the same thing.
– You just said “Jack in Box.
” You left out the.
– I don't even got time for the.
(audience laughs) That's a good biscuit.
(audience laughs) – Sausage biscuit, no egg.
And if you order a sausage and egg biscuit with no egg, they chargeyou a lot more money than if you order a plainbiscuit with sausage.
They told me that, because they were nice.
After the third day that Iordered the exact same thing.
(audience laughs) – They're so nice.
– They're so nice there.
They're just happy to not all have to wear that Jack in the Box mascot mask.
– Didn't we hear that we knew somebody who knows the guy who wasinside the Jack in the Box? Or was that the guyinside the Burger King? You know the Jack in the Box guy? – We knew a Burger King.
– I knew the guy who knew the Burger King guy.
We know all the, we know all the people who know all the mascots.
– And it doesn't matter.
I will tell you that a croissant– – Is a good piece of bread.
– And even with age.
Because, let's be real, all of these are aged.
– I love aged croissants.
(audience laughs) – This one is still good, you know, it's mushed.
Did Lucas sit on all of these? (audience laughs) And then fart on that one? Because I had to spit that out.
– And what is this?- This is the fanciest bun.
– This is some Panera bull crap.
– This is like, a collection of other buns that you just pull off in pieces.
Like a dark chocolate bar, very fancy.
– Now it comes time to decide, Rhett.
– Don't you feel like you would know this, if you knew where it came from? – Is some of this from McDonald's? Is something from Popeyes? Or could it be the KFC? I have a guess.
But don't look overhere as I grab my thing.
You're not looking right, you're not looking? – I ain't looking at you.
– Not looking, don't look.
– I'm, hmm.
– I've got a guess.
– I gotta guess, I gotta.
– Okay? – See, I've narrowedit down to these three.
And I'm trying to figure out, okay.
All right, I'm ready.
– [Stevie] Okay, you're gonna stab the bun that does not belong in three, two, one.
– Wha-bam! – KFC? (laughs)- What? – All right, so if we're wrong, of you wanna go with a second guess? (audience laughing) – That's not how the game is played, son.
– Well, I'm losing, sosomething needs to happen.
– A second guess? I mean, I'm so— You know, what, fine.
– I'm so confident in this.
– Dang, I know that's (sighs).
– Hey listen.
– If this is a butter Jack– – If we're both right, we can share the bun seat together.
For all eternity.
– [Stevie] Is this your final answer? – Final final.
I'm not changing my answer, 'cause I know it's right.
– [Stevie] The Franken-item is the biscuit.
(bell dings) (audience laughs) And it's from McDonalds.
– Oh no! (horn buzzes) – Dang it, see.
– Dang it.
– I coulda did that, and won! – So you were thinking that the biscuit could be from McDonald's, as well.
That was the only thing I had to go on.
– This was a hard game, y'all! But the thing we learned is that, something about croissants earlier.
– But you know what, it turns out that, because we weren't— Look at that.
Show the people.
– Lemme sit on it, and then I'll show you what it looks like after I sit on it.
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