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The only thing that prevents Jules, Brett and the Big Kahuna Burger from being the epitome of the Enemy Eats Your Lunch interaction is that fact that Jules declares right at the beginning : "Hamburgers! . . . the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast".
I know Enemy Eats Your Lunch refers to the aggressive imbibing of any food in your possession by your enemy . . . but still . . .it just makes the example a little less perfect.
I believe this is an entirely different case of intimidation. Cooking someone's dog and forcing them to eat it is far worse and far bolder move than stealing someone else's already prepared food.
I know that anybody who knows the movie gets the connection between the image and the quote, but isn't it odd to show Jules drinking a soda with the caption "This is a tasty burger"?
Sorry for answering this late — I haven't noticed the question earlier.
The caption was chosen in the Image Pickin' thread. We felt it was just a great and iconic line that it deserved to go on the page even though it is connected to the film, and not the pic per se.
If you believe it is confusing and if you have a suggestion for a better caption, please feel free to bring the issue up in the IP forum. There is a thread specifically for improving the captions.
Link to General Caption Repair Thread: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1404492079030138900&page=29#725
Westen. Westen. WESTEEEEEEEEN. Not "Weston."
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