( bright, upbeat music ) We’re back! And there’s
three of us. Now you may remember him
from such things as earlier in this show, it’s Jack Douglass
of Jacksfilms. Now, we’re a big fan of
how you have developed formats for
your channel. Thank you. And one of the biggest
is when you fix stuff. Sure, sure. So we thought maybe
we could do a little collab where we fix some
stuff together. Not Twitter bios, but go in
a little different direction. That’s right. We’re gonna be fixing
some fast food slogans. Burger King,
you’ve heard of them. Their slogan is… I think it’s time
for a little update. How about
“Burger King…” ( laughter ) They’re crawling
in that place. Wow. All right, let’s assess
Taco Bell, shall we? Their slogan is
“Live Más.” But this is
their new slogan: “Taco Bell…” Yeah, why? Come on over,
come on over, I’ll tell you. Fuddruckers.
We all know it. “The World’s
Greatest Hamburgers.” That’s their
current slogan. I got a better one
for you. “Fuddruckers…” ( laughter ) Right? ‘Cause let’s be real.
Like, what are they? I can’t even say that word,
I’m not gonna try. It’s, you know, it doesn’t
roll off the tongue. I stay away from it. Okay… I think this is getting
a little stale. It’s time for
a new slogan. “Subway…” – Ooh.
– Ooh! – ( grunting )
– Ooh. – I’ll leave now.
– Dang! ( laughter ) No, I won’t,
I’m coming back. All right,
let’s move on to Wendy’s. Their slogan is… But let’s fix that. “Wendy’s…” They’re like really
weirdly proud of that. – Yeah, they are, yeah.
– Link: Yeah. Like, what does that
do to the taste? It has corners.
You can taste the corners. The corner is good,
though, you gotta admit. – That’s true.
– Link: Yeah. It is good. Jack:
“Dunkin’ Donuts…” A great one. You know, a solid foundation
for a catchphrase. Try this, though: – ( laughter )
– Yeah, they do. That’s true,
I hate running. Rhett:
Okay, Carl’s Jr.,
their slogan is… I think this is
a little pretentious. – Link: Little bit.
– Jack: Yeah. Rhett:
How about, “Carl’s Jr….” – Ouch. Ouch.
– Aww. Bye, Dad. That’s why he’s
working so hard, to put burgers
down our face. Trying to win
the approval of his father. – Aren’t we all, man?
– Yeah. Let’s think about
that for a while. Yeah. Dad, are you watching? I’ve got a new fix
for Arby’s slogan. Their slogan right now is… But we fixed their slogan. “Arby’s…” – Yeah.
– Mm. That’s more like it. That’s a little,
it’s a little long. Wordy,
but accurate. Be difficult
to fit on a cup. They can sell
sweatpants, though. Call us, Arby’s. Jack:
“Del Taco…” Their better slogan? ( laughter ) That’s a
definite improvement. Yeah, I think so,
I think so. Okay, Chick-Fil-A,
you’ve heard this one. “Chicken” is misspelled, like
it looks like the cows did it. – Jack: It’s a whole thing.
– Rhett: Yeah, here’s
the update: “Chik-Fil-A…” Oh. Oh. Ugh. All right,
let’s assess Pizza Hut. Their current slogan is… – Pretty confident, huh?
– Jack: I never liked that one. Rhett:
Okay, all right. Link:
I got just a slight
tweak to it. “Pizza Hut…” – Oh.
– ( laughter ) – Oh.
– Oh. Speaking of pizza… “…Papa John’s,”
an old standby for sure. – Link: Yeah.
– But how about this one? – Oh!
– Am I right? You are right. And then their sales
plummeted, whoo! Papa needs to
stay in his lane. Amen. Okay, here’s a new restaurant,
McDonald’s. That’s the slogan.
Here’s the new one. ( laughter ) An abomination,
that’s what he is. Do you know what he is? – An abomination to God Himself.
– Hold on, let me see
the 50 bucks. – If you can tell me what he is.
– I wanna see the 50 first. – I’m not McDonald’s.
– I don’t know what he is. A blob of purple,
I really don’t know. Yeah, yeah. Link:
Popeyes. The slogan is… Until now, ’cause this is
their new slogan: “Popeyes…” ( laughter ) Okay. Can you explain that one?
Yeah, yeah. What’s their
commercial like, man? They think that,
they think that, not me. It’s just
a suggestion. – We’re just throwing
it out there.
– Right. Jack:
“Long John Silver’s…” New slogan,
“Long John Silver’s…” – ‘Cause…
– ( laughter ) How about, “Sonic… New slogan, “Sonic…” Yeah,
every time. And what about
the roller skates? Didn’t they do that
at one point? They did!
Or was that Checker’s? – No, they had them.
– They had them? – Okay.
– They got rid of them. Link:
“Chipotle…” We got a new slogan
for you, Chipotle. Fewer syllables. – Yeah.
– Yeah. And last, for all
you southern folk, Link:
Mm-hmm. “Bojangles…” How about this one? “Bojangles…” – Oh.
– Oh, God! That didn’t feel
good saying that. That one’s deep, man. I’m sorry,
I’m sorry. Hey, I think we’ve done
very good work. – Yeah, I think, hey.
– We’ve done a good thing. Hey, slogans,
fix your slogans. Yes, okay,
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