Welcome to another episode of "Brad is bored and hungry, but decided to turn on the camera first."
Well, I'm bored and hungry. So, it's the right time to WATCH Brad turning on the camera to eat some weird stuff.
Well, he's entertaining whilst doing it. And it's very interesting to see the kind of stuff 'murcans get to eat (if they want).
"Brad tries something you normally only order after a joint or two."
Hrrmmm. Keeps saying episode unavailable
One day we will get the technology to have a video available as soon as it's uploaded. One day.
What is Blip doing with it anyhow? They clearly HAVE the video.
Duh...was I supposed to do something?
We have Doritos Pizza in Australia and it's stupid and terrible
Here in America, Papa John's even without the Doritos is terrible.
Pizza Hut just started advertising Dorito's crusted pizza hear in Australia, I immediately thought of Brad and thought this would of been a great Brad Tries.
I live for the 'muph, merrr, awugh' moments of every new brad tries.
Also I would formally like to thank brad for informing me of the return of my favorite soft drink. I currently have 22 cans of surge chilling in my mini fridge.
Here in Boston, we don't have Papa John's, we have Papa Gino's, which I guess is the local version, except good.
Forgive this not relating to the video but are we going to be treated to Snob reviews of Silent Night Deadly Night 4 or 5? Because I sure do ho ho hope so! :-)
i want sour cream and onion fritos
I'm gonna eat your pizza, Brad! Muahahahaha!
maybe Brad should do a "Brad Tries" episode of the revived Yumbo at Burger King.
I'm not a pizza fan myself, but I do like going to Jerry's Subs & Pizza every now and then for their fries.
off topic question, has anyone in Team Snob or on Channel Awesome ever tried food from Roy Rogers? Frederick, Maryland has plenty of them around and as a fast food they're actually pretty good. I highly recommend this place to you Brad if you ever visit this county or if you find one closer to where you live.
Papa Gino's fries are fucking awesome!
I'm from Owings Mills, so whenever I go back up to Baltimore (hopefully I'll move back there soon so I can get away from Florida before Bugs Bunny saws it off), I occasionally take the forty-five minute drive to visit the Roy Rogers in Westminster. It's always worth the trip because their food is so damn good.
@astrakhan - awesome. the food at Roy Rogers is in deed damn good. I live on route 40, so there's plenty of fast foods for me to choose from. plus I get to walk to Roy Rogers whenever I have money in my pockets. I live near the frederick town mall, or as I like to call, the city dump. fun fact, my father is actually good friends with the owner of Roy Rogers.
If it comes from Papa John's, it probably sucks.
...And this comes from a non pizza snob.
I've had Pizza Hut probably 5 times in the past month, and I consider Jet's my favorite pizza place. Yeah, I'm pretty pedestrian.
I've never really wanted to try anything from this show before but I...I really want that pizza. Like if I could I would punch Brad through the screen and steal it. Then I'd sit here in my Sailor Jerry shirt, put on Netflix, and bro out.
I don't know why either.
@1:39 only took about 15 seconds after opening the box for the damn thing to attract flies
or Jeff Goldblum.
That pizza looked awesome!
Best part about this review is hearing there is finally going to be a new episode of Flaming Brian's Kitchen next!
Now where is 80s Dan
This! So much this. I've been looking forwards to more Flaming Brian since the last one teased all the Pepper Palace stuff. And came out almost a year ago.
I know it's probably just temporary, but I thought the kitchen set of this video was a nice change of pace (at least for Brad Tries).
Hmm yes, foreskin gump that fish snack bag.
Bamba is insanely popular in isreal. so much that one out of four snacks sold in isreal is Bamba
I once ate Squid Ink Pizza and Coleslaw Pizza here in Japan, the land where they think pizza is a way of preparing whatever, instead of a meal that is supposed to be made out of a rather limited set of ingredients.
The first one wasn't good. The coleslaw one, which had that instead of cheese, was surprisingly decent and I am ashamed of it.
Brad, you know "frito pie" is a thing that exists, right?
Yeah, this is clearly "frito pie pizza." Damnyankees don't know a blessed thing.
Reminds me of the skyline pizza Donatos had in Cincinnati eight or so years back. Fucking amazing
Nothing beats skyline chili man... I love going back to Cin-ci for the chili dogs.
Speaking of central to south central Ohio and pizza and food chains... I fucking miss Cassano's here in chicago.
Ooh... more fish snacks.
This will go... swimmingly.
I really liked the surprise cameo of Jeff Goldblum 8:32, watch closely or you will miss it.
"be afraid, be very afraid."
I guess Papa John's got their inspiration from Michelangelo.
That pizza look muy delicioso, senor Brad, especially because I'm not on it.
Really miss the garlic sauce of their franchise, but after the CEO's anti-labor comments from before the last presidential election, can't in good conscience give them another dime. And since I can get my chip/meal hybrid at Taco Bell, fuck it, it's all good.
Frito's Chili Pizza sounds like something designed to go through you as quickly as possible. Goddamn.
Hey, Chloé! =^♥^=
I've always thought about trying one of these odd-sort-of meals… but then I could just order my favorite pizza from the local shop up the road and dump Fritos on it, myself.
Although this video does make me miss Friendly's Fronion burger, I think it was called? Been too long to remember…
That truly does look like a slice of heaven. lol!
Try to get a bottle of Pepsi Pink. We have it here in Japan, it's bright pink and it has an outrageous taste of strawberry bubblegum. :) Pepsi my arse, duh.
It's nitpicking, but fritos aren't potato. They're corn. And fried in corn oil.
Frito's on a regular pizza sounds promising without the chili, honestly.
Whether strange, gimmicky, foreign, or decades old... Brad tries it!