(The Nostalgia Critic looks rather depressed)

NC: Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to. Well, seeing how we are at the end of Nickelodeon Month.

The intro from the first video is shown, but halfway through, it is shot with a gun.

NC: I can safely say that I am not the least bit happy. Why? Because I have to review what many consider to be a double order of bullshit with extra crap and a side order of dick-cheese. The fast food abomination simply known as Good Burger.

Footage of Good Burger starts

NC: (Voiceover) Based off of the hit sketch performed on the kid's show All That, Good Burger was an attempt to take one line:

Ed: Welcome to Good Burger, Home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?

NC: (Voiceover) ...and somehow turn that into an hour-and-a-half movie.

The previous quote is repeated using several different versions performed throughout the entire movie.

NC: No, but you can take this [gives Ed the finger], AND SHOVE IT UP HARD!

NC: (Voiceover) The film stars Kel Mitchell, reprising his role as Ed, the idiot fast-food attendent who works at the inappropriately named Good Burger. It also stars Kenan Thompson, which is weird becasue he never starred in any of the Good Burger sketches...

NC: ...but who the hell cares. Let's just get this ass-burger review out of the way.

NC: (Voiceover) All right, so it starts out with our protagonist, Ed.

Ed: Welcome to Good Burger, Home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?

About halfway through this line, the Critic mockingly speaks along with it. He then watches a scene of Ed coming to a fast food bag which magically opens up to reveal a Good Burger with eyeballs. That's right! EYEBALLS.

NC: Oh, God!

Good Burger: Ed! I see you!

NC: (mouthing) What the fuck is that!

Good Burger: I see you!

Three more of these abominations suddenly pop out of their boxes. The Critic watches with horrification.

Good Burger 2: I wanna stay here with you

Good Burger 3: We love you, Ed!

Good Burger 4: Come with us, Ed!

Good Burger 2: Fly, Ed. Fly.

The Good Burgers then float in the air with Ed following.

NC: What, what? What is happen...

Ed: Woo, wee! Flying with a hamburger.

Ed then falls down an endless black pit. The scene cuts to Ed waking up in bed from a dream.

Ed: Ah. Welcome to Good Burger. Home of the Good Burger. Can I take...

NC: Stop. Stop. I need a minute. Pull it together. Pull it together.

NC: (Voiceover) So, it turns out that opening was just a dream, but unfortunately the rest of the movie isn't, as Ed rushes out the door because he's late to work. This is bad because no one else at the restaurant knows how to take orders, which really pisses off huge, angry Robert Wuhl.

Construction worker: JUST GIVE ME TWO GOOD BURGERS! I've had it up to here with Good Burger.

NC: Hey, I don't need this. I had a cameo in Batman!


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