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* StarDerailingRole: Creator/KelMitchell hasn't had much mainstream success since this movie, though he has had steady acting work. It doesn't help that he was already considered the weaker half of Kenan and Kel.

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* StarDerailingRole: The movie didn't exactly help Creator/KelMitchell hasn't break into feature films and what little star power he had much mainstream success since this movie, though he has had steady acting work. It doesn't through television quickly fizzled out afterwards (it didn't help that he was already considered the weaker half of Kenan and Kel.Kel), though he's continued to have steady acting work.


* {{Defictionalization}}: There was a real chain of [=GoodBurger=] restaurants in New York. However, said chain has closed.
* EditedForSyndication: The line "I think I broke my ass" was redubbed by Abe Vigoda for TV broadcasts, changing the line to "I think I broke my tail."

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* {{Defictionalization}}: There was a A real chain of [=GoodBurger=] restaurants briefly existed in New York. However, said chain has closed.
York in the mid-2000s.
* EditedForSyndication: The line Otis's line "I think I broke my ass" was redubbed by Abe Vigoda for TV broadcasts, changing the line to as "I think I broke my tail."tail" for TV broadcasts.


* {{Defictionalization}}: There's [[http://www.goodburgerny.com/ a chain of "Goodburger" restaurants in New York City]].

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* {{Defictionalization}}: There's [[http://www.goodburgerny.com/ There was a real chain of "Goodburger" [=GoodBurger=] restaurants in New York City]].York. However, said chain has closed.

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* EditedForSyndication: The line "I think I broke my ass" was redubbed by Abe Vigoda for TV broadcasts, changing the line to "I think I broke my tail."


* StarDerailingRole: Kel Mitchell hasn't had much mainstream success since this movie, though he has had steady acting work. It doesn't help that he was already considered the weaker half of Kenan and Kel.

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* StarDerailingRole: Kel Mitchell Creator/KelMitchell hasn't had much mainstream success since this movie, though he has had steady acting work. It doesn't help that he was already considered the weaker half of Kenan and Kel.


* WrittenByCastMember: Screenwriter Dan Schneider also played Mr. Baily.

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* WrittenByCastMember: Screenwriter Dan Schneider also played Co-writer Creator/DanSchneider portrayed Mr. Baily.Baily, Good Burger's owner.

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* WrittenByCastMember: Screenwriter Dan Schneider also played Mr. Baily.


* TheCameo: The Burgermobile is the Mirthmobile from ''Film/WaynesWorld'' with fast food-themed attachments. Yes, it's the exact same car.


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* PropRecycling: The Burgermobile is the Mirthmobile from ''Film/WaynesWorld'' with fast food-themed attachments. Yes, it's the exact same car.

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* StarDerailingRole: Kel Mitchell hasn't had much mainstream success since this movie, though he has had steady acting work. It doesn't help that he was already considered the weaker half of Kenan and Kel.

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* MissingTrailerScene: Some trailers had a man request a "Good Shake," which was followed by Ed [[LiteralMinded literally shaking him]].

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* CompletelyDifferentTitle: In Finland, this movie was released as ''The Burger Kings'', and in Poland it was titled ''Operation Hamburger''. In Brazil, it's called ''The War of the Hamburger''.


* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The movie is pretty subtle about keeping it's 90's release up to date. However one thing that practically ''screams'' the 90's is that there's a Blockbuster seen from the window of Good Burger.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Apparently, there was another possible sequel script written by Steve Holland called "Good Burger 2 Go", but Paramount turned it down for unknown reasons. The screenplay was instead turned into a novel.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The movie is pretty subtle about keeping it's 90's its '90s release up to date. However However, one thing that practically ''screams'' the 90's '90s is that there's a Blockbuster seen from the window of Good Burger.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Apparently, there was another possible sequel script written by Steve Holland called "Good Burger 2 Go", but Paramount turned it down for unknown reasons. The screenplay was instead turned into a novel.novel.
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* UnintentionalPeriodPlace: The movie is pretty subtle about keeping it's 90's release up to date. However one thing that practically ''screams'' the 90's is that there's a Blockbuster seen from the window of Good Burger.
* WhatCouldveBeen: Apparently, there was another possible sequel script written by Steve Holland called "Good Burger 2 Go", but Paramount turned it down for unknown reasons. The screenplay was instead turned into a novel.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPlace: *UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The movie is pretty subtle about keeping it's 90's release up to date. However one thing that practically ''screams'' the 90's is that there's a Blockbuster seen from the window of Good Burger.
* WhatCouldveBeen: *WhatCouldHaveBeen: Apparently, there was another possible sequel script written by Steve Holland called "Good Burger 2 Go", but Paramount turned it down for unknown reasons. The screenplay was instead turned into a novel.


* {{Defictionalization}}: There's [[http://www.goodburgerny.com/ a chain of "Goodburger" restaurants in New York City]].

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* {{Defictionalization}}: There's [[http://www.goodburgerny.com/ a chain of "Goodburger" restaurants in New York City]].City]].
*UnintentionalPeriodPlace: The movie is pretty subtle about keeping it's 90's release up to date. However one thing that practically ''screams'' the 90's is that there's a Blockbuster seen from the window of Good Burger.
*WhatCouldveBeen: Apparently, there was another possible sequel script written by Steve Holland called "Good Burger 2 Go", but Paramount turned it down for unknown reasons. The screenplay was instead turned into a novel.


* {{Defictionalization}}: There's [[http://www.goodburgerny.com/ a chain of "Goodburger" restaurants in New York City]].
* HeyItsThatGuy: Robert "[[Film/{{Batman}} Alexander Knox]]" Wuhl as a disgruntled Good Burger customer.
** Some may recognize Gunn from ''Series/{{Angel}}'' as one of the Mondo Burger employees.
** Otis is [[Film/TheGodfather Abe Vigoda]].
** Fellow ''Series/AllThat'' cast member Josh Server shows up as Fizz (Fi). And, of course, Lori Beth Denberg as Connie Muldoon.
** Linda Cardellini played Heather, who helps Dexter and Ed escape the mental institution.
** Dan Schneider himself played Mr. Bailey, the manager of Good Burger.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: There's [[http://www.goodburgerny.com/ a chain of "Goodburger" restaurants in New York City]].
* HeyItsThatGuy: Robert "[[Film/{{Batman}} Alexander Knox]]" Wuhl as a disgruntled Good Burger customer.
** Some may recognize Gunn from ''Series/{{Angel}}'' as one of the Mondo Burger employees.
** Otis is [[Film/TheGodfather Abe Vigoda]].
** Fellow ''Series/AllThat'' cast member Josh Server shows up as Fizz (Fi). And, of course, Lori Beth Denberg as Connie Muldoon.
** Linda Cardellini played Heather, who helps Dexter and Ed escape the mental institution.
** Dan Schneider himself played Mr. Bailey, the manager of Good Burger.
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