History Funny / GoodEats

18th Aug '17 9:45:53 PM Azaram
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* In "Tricks for Treats" Alton makes some peanut brittle, then wonders how many bites it'll take to get to the center. He then does the same thing as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ0epRjfGLw Mr. Owl from the Tootsie Pop commercial]] and takes "three" bites.

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* In "Tricks for Treats" Alton makes some peanut brittle, then wonders how many bites licks it'll take to get to the center. He then does the same thing as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ0epRjfGLw Mr. Owl from the Tootsie Pop commercial]] and takes "three" bites.licks.
25th Jun '17 9:30:25 AM nombretomado
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* The episode, "Give Peas A Chance", which spoofs TheExorcist....complete with the ''Good Eats'' theme done [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong in the style of]] ''Tubular Bells'' as incidental music.

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* The episode, "Give Peas A Chance", which spoofs TheExorcist....''Film/TheExorcist''....complete with the ''Good Eats'' theme done [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong in the style of]] ''Tubular Bells'' as incidental music.
29th May '17 2:11:48 PM ThornBrain
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* Season One, Episode Three has a moment during a sketch of Alton sneaking into a diner kitchen to teach the audience how to properly fry eggs over-easy when he is accosted by the actual chef of the diner telling him to get out (the first in a series-long set of [[RunningGag running gags]]). The chef's redneck accent and missing teeth are funny enough, but what sends the sketch over the edge is where Alton tries to demonstrate the difference between a raw and hard-boiled egg, the chef grabs the raw egg and crushes it in his hand, sending yolk and albumen all over the both of them. AB's [[https://youtu.be/JbrTlav9-zA?t=10m28s flinch]] sends everyone behind the camera audibly laughing and the chef's actor corpsing as Alton calmly walks off set.

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* Season One, Episode Three has a moment during a sketch of Alton sneaking into a diner kitchen to teach the audience how to properly fry eggs over-easy when he is accosted by the actual chef of the diner telling him to get out (the first in a series-long set of [[RunningGag running gags]]). The chef's redneck accent and missing teeth are funny enough, but what sends the sketch over the edge is where Alton tries to demonstrate the difference between a raw and hard-boiled egg, the chef grabs the raw egg and crushes it in his hand, sending yolk and albumen all over the both of them. AB's [[https://youtu.be/JbrTlav9-zA?t=10m28s flinch]] flinch sends everyone behind the camera audibly laughing and the chef's actor corpsing as Alton calmly walks off set.



* One word [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever TEMPURA!]]

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* One word word: [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever TEMPURA!]]



*** bonus ShoutOut then he opens the cabinet and is promptly showered in small fluffy puppets. The Trouble with Tribbles, anyone?

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*** bonus Bonus ShoutOut then he opens the cabinet and is promptly showered in small fluffy puppets. The Trouble with Tribbles, anyone?



* From the ''Oat Cuisine'' (the First one) episode: Alton Brown (in a goofy fantasy sequence with a bumbling assistant) shows us how to make haggis (which contains oats as one ingredient). Both guys are outdoors depicting themselves as bargain-basement {{Braveheart}} clones in a silly wigs and kilts. Alton speaks with an over-the-top fake Scottish accent. It's all pretty silly.

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* From the ''Oat Cuisine'' (the First one) episode: Alton Brown (in a goofy fantasy sequence with a bumbling assistant) shows us how to make haggis (which contains oats as one ingredient). Both guys are outdoors depicting themselves as bargain-basement {{Braveheart}} clones in a silly wigs and kilts. Alton speaks with an over-the-top fake Scottish accent. It's all pretty silly. In addition, Alton admitted on the 10th anniversary special that they accidentally filmed that scene on top of a yellowjacket nest.
6th Mar '17 9:09:32 AM Dunrana
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***bonus ShoutOut then he opens the cabinet and is promptly showered in small fluffy puppets. The Trouble with Tribbles, anyone?
26th Jan '17 7:00:52 AM NateTheGreat
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* He often says things like "don't buy what you can make", so it's funny when in the meatloaf episode he's confesses (in an ashamed tone) that he bought garlic croutons to put into his meatloaf.

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* He often says things like "don't buy what you can make", so it's funny when in the meatloaf episode he's he confesses (in an ashamed tone) that he bought garlic croutons to put into his meatloaf.
25th Jan '17 10:02:09 AM NateTheGreat
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* He often things like "don't buy what you can make", so it's funny when in the meatloaf episode he's ashamed that he bought garlic croutons to put into his meatloaf.

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* He often says things like "don't buy what you can make", so it's funny when in the meatloaf episode he's confesses (in an ashamed tone) that he bought garlic croutons to put into his meatloaf.
25th Jan '17 10:01:23 AM NateTheGreat
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* From the ''Oat Cuisine'' (the First one) episode: Alton Brown (in a goofy fantasy sequence with a bumbling assistant) shows us how to make haggis (which contains oats as one ingredient). Both guys are outdoors depicting themselves as bargain-basement {{Braveheart}} clones in a silly wigs and kilts. Alton speaks with an over-the-top fake Scottish accent. It's all pretty silly.

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* From the ''Oat Cuisine'' (the First one) episode: Alton Brown (in a goofy fantasy sequence with a bumbling assistant) shows us how to make haggis (which contains oats as one ingredient). Both guys are outdoors depicting themselves as bargain-basement {{Braveheart}} clones in a silly wigs and kilts. Alton speaks with an over-the-top fake Scottish accent. It's all pretty silly.silly.
* He often things like "don't buy what you can make", so it's funny when in the meatloaf episode he's ashamed that he bought garlic croutons to put into his meatloaf.
27th May '16 8:45:10 PM SpukiKitty
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*** The Yeast Puppets....PERIOD!
27th May '16 8:43:36 PM SpukiKitty
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* From the ''Oat Cuisine'' (the First one) episode: Alton Brown (with possibly Paul as an assistant) shows us how to make haggis (which contains oats as one ingredient). Both guys are outdoors clad bargain-basement {{Braveheart}} clones in a silly wigs and kilts. Alton speaks with an over-the-top fake Scottish accent. It's all pretty silly.

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* From the ''Oat Cuisine'' (the First one) episode: Alton Brown (with possibly Paul as an (in a goofy fantasy sequence with a bumbling assistant) shows us how to make haggis (which contains oats as one ingredient). Both guys are outdoors clad depicting themselves as bargain-basement {{Braveheart}} clones in a silly wigs and kilts. Alton speaks with an over-the-top fake Scottish accent. It's all pretty silly.
27th May '16 8:41:08 PM SpukiKitty
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* The episode, "Give Peas A Chance", which spoofs TheExorcist....complete with the ''Good Eats'' theme done [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong in the style of]] ''Tubular Bells'' as incidental music.

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* The episode, "Give Peas A Chance", which spoofs TheExorcist....complete with the ''Good Eats'' theme done [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong in the style of]] ''Tubular Bells'' as incidental music.music.
* From the ''Oat Cuisine'' (the First one) episode: Alton Brown (with possibly Paul as an assistant) shows us how to make haggis (which contains oats as one ingredient). Both guys are outdoors clad bargain-basement {{Braveheart}} clones in a silly wigs and kilts. Alton speaks with an over-the-top fake Scottish accent. It's all pretty silly.
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