Arby’s Burger Made a ‘Good Burger’

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“Welcome to Arby’s, home of the Good Borough.”

That’s how that line goes, right?

He will do it now. Arby’s—which, I’ve been told by people I trust in places of authority, has the meats—is currently offering “Good Burger 2“food. The picture above is from the fast food chain’s website. There it is in all its glory.

The meal includes crinkle fries and a strawberry milkshake. As for the burger itself (good?) Arby’s says it’s “a wagyu blend burger with American cheese, shredded lettuce, tomato, pickle, onion, and burger sauce on a buttery toasted brioche bun. Made with a blend of 51% American Wagyu and 49%.” (The food’s “Includes” checklist on the site also mentions bacon, which No in that description, and it’s not visible in the picture of the burger, so if that’s a disappointment to you, keep that in mind.)

Obviously, Arby’s isn’t just a conscious corporation interested in the ’90s; the Good Burger 2 food is connected to what is to come Good Burger 2 movie, which is going to be released on the streaming service Paramount + in a few days. Here’s the trailer for the film, which reunites Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell in their ’90s love roles Very Good Burger movie and the Nickelodeon TV series That’s all:

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Arby’s at Good Burger 2 burger looks and feels good. And surely the reason to link here is very obvious. (Certainly more obvious than it was with him Fantastic Fournot that stopped Denny from doing well Fantastic Four album that included a “Thing Burger” topped with “Thing Sauce.”) However, I personally think of Good Burger as a dysfunctional attraction that I’d rather watch a movie than eat with own (That doesn’t mean I’m not going to eat this. Yes, I am, obviously.)

Good Burger 2 premieres on Paramount+ on November 22. Arby’s Good Burger is available now. For the sake of all our stomachs, I hope this is just the one time there is truth in advertising.

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