"The TurBacon Epic Thanksgiving": just to one-up the classic turducken, they stuffed an additional two birds (cornish hen and quail, making it five birds in total) into it, loaded it up with bacon strips, put it inside a pig, covered that in more bacon strips and put it on the grill. They sewed the whole thing together, and garnished it with baconators.
"The Sloppy Big Ben Roethlisberger": after months of entertaining the Internet, they break the 100,000 calorie barrier in a way that only they could.
The "Meat Car" on Jay Leno.
"Maximum Mac & Cheese", featuring macaroni and cheese mini-variants of at least half a dozen of their previous meals.
Repeated with Shart Week, featuring five consecutive days of spicier foods. Woe betide their toilets.
"Fast Food Pizza Cake" marked Epic Meal Time's one-year anniversary. The meal? An epic Call Back to their pilot episode, with Tony Hawk appearing to eat with them.
"I'll have a hundred and fifty [burgers]." Which he increases to 175, then 180.
"Turbaconepicentipede" didn't just break the previous calorie count made by the Sloppy Roethlisberger, it destroyed it at more than 800,000 calories.
Bricks forming, walls rising, the music swelling to a heart soaring crescendo...then silence...then...Cheese Wiz
In Meat Sub, instead of the usual overblown pre-eating narration, Harley says only two words: "My turn."
Fastfood Sacrifice, props have to go to the drive-thru man. He had no surprise at all to the amount of food or the revelation that the plan was to "put it all in a dead animal carcass and get drunk." His only qualm? They asked to put a whole taco in their drink.