(plucky guitar music) – Do you feel like in
the last couple of years, kind of gourmet hamburgers
have just made a tremendous, you know, I mean, they’re on the rise? This has become like, a real thing? – It’s been awhile now, yeah. – I couldn’t be happier
about it, I mean, I– – I think it’s a testament to
the strength of the hamburger. – [Men] Three Lawyers Eating Sandwiches. – What’s up guys, how are you? – I’m going to get the
Grilled Cheese Tacos, I’ve heard nothing but good things. – It’s St. Louis, we need
an Arch D-Lux Burger. – Good choice, that’s an awesome one. – I’m going to try the
French Onion Burger. You know what? Let’s get one of them Fried Bolognas, too. – And the biggest shake
you got, I don’t care. – I got a bunch of big shakes. You want like, the Oreo one? – [Terry] That sounds good. – Oreo it is. Alright guys, here’s a number for you, we’ll bring it out to you
when we’re ready, okay? – Lucky number 16.
– Sweet 16. (bustling restaurant)
(sizzling burger) – I think that what
we’re missing immediately is two more straws. – That looks beautiful. – I don’t need a straw. – No.
– Wait. Oh, my god.
– You got them– – [Terry] Oh, my god. – [Andy] I guess it’s
dessert before lunch. Wow, that is, my god. – Dessert for lunch! – [Waiter] And everything
on the side is edible, guys. – [Terry] Oh my. – [Andy] This is kind of like
having breakfast for dinner, that whole thing. – Oh, I love breakfast for dinner. – [Andy] You don’t say? – Everybody loves it. – You know what? I think a restaurant should
do breakfast for dinner. Sometimes, they’ll so
like a chicken and waffles which is really not breakfast for dinner, but I like french toast
for dinner is nice. – [Andy] Oh, like an
egg sandwich something. – I don’t really eat eggs,
but I mean, a pancake dinner? (bustling restaurant)
(bouncy bass music) – [Ed] Oh, oh, now, finally. The suspense is over. – [Chef] So, we’re going to
start with the French Onion. – [Ed] This is the French Onion? – French Onion Burger.
– I can tell, okay. Right, what do we have here?
– I’ve got the Grilled Cheese Tacos. – [Ed] These are basically
grilled cheese sandwiches where you folded them
over, you’ve made them into a taco shell, and you
filled them with beef and lettuce and cheese–
– Tomatoes. – [Ed] Some kind of ranch dressing, – An avocado ranch, and
a mission taco sauce. – Well, that looks beautiful.
– Alright. – Wow. – [Chef] The now famous Arch D-lux. – [Terry] Oh, yeah. – Now, this is the one that, for everybody that buys one of these,
you give money to– – [Chef] We give money back to the Gateway Arch Foundation, yes sir. – That’s fantastic, and
that looks beautiful. What do you got? Oh, my.
– And that’s our Bologna Sandwich, fried
egg, mustard, bologna, and then in between, as well,
two grilled cheese sandwiches. – Are these sweet potato tots?
– Those are sweet potato tots. – [Chef] Sweet potato tots. – Which one should we
start with, Arch D-Lux? – [Andy] Yeah, why not? – Alright, let’s do it. Terry–
– Father? – [Ed] Do you wanna
reach over, and oh, man, look at that, first of all. That is beautiful. That’s good, that is so good. – Who ever thought of taking a cow, and just chopping it
up into little pieces? A genius. – A lot of times, you have a vegetarian, and they’ll still eat like, seafood. And, I think if you kill one
cow, you get 800 hamburgers. To get even an order of shrimp,
you got to kill six shrimp. – Yeah, it’s like a whole village! – You’re killing a whole family of shrimp, so you can have an
appetizer, a shrimp cocktail. – Yep, although I’ll say
this about the, you know, not only is there a burger renaissance, there’s a smash burger,
really, renaissance. – Yes, which I prefer, ’cause
I love the little crispy edges that you get on that smash burger. To me, I could eat a whole
plate of just the crispy edges. – And I’ll say this, with
the exception of this place, I will put my burger up
against any one you can find. – What, the one you make?
– Yeah. – You’re always talking
about how delicious your food is.
– I’ve never had it. – He doesn’t make it for us.
– I’m his father! – 16 years, he’s never made me a meal. – You know that’s true. I’ve never–
– But these are basic things. I mean I think if you–
– You’ve never made me a burger. – Oh, I’m certain I’ve made you a burger. – But you admit you’ve
never made me a burger? – I can probably admit that. – But, let’s try– – Fried bologna.
– No, let’s try the– – The tacos?
– Yeah. – Let’s go for them. Am I the advance team going in for the first bite?
– You’re the advance team, but I thought this was
me, I was being gracious. – No, you’re always gracious. – Well, I appreciate that. – Wow. – [Ed] Is that nice? – That’s really good.
– Yeah. – You know, I’m having
trouble getting into it. – [Andy] I suspect you’ll find your way. – I’ll overcome it, but
it just takes a minute to figure out.
– You know what? Get in there so I can get
to that fried bologna. – That’s genius. – [Andy] That’s really good. – Can we take one second to talk about the forgotten side dish? – [Ed] Yes. – The onion ring. – Do you remember when
Outback first came out with that Bloomin’ Onion,
and everybody just went nuts? – Yep. – For like the shortest period of time, everybody wanted that Bloomin’ Onion. I haven’t had one in years. – You know why? When they found out it
had like, 3,000 calories. – That’s what happened, it’s always that. What, did they think it was healthy? Let me give you a hint,
if it tastes that good, it ain’t healthy. – Alright, you know what, I’m
having a hard time waiting. – I’m not sure–
– The egg yolk is falling. – I mean, this one’s a little
out of my comfort zone. – Oh, fried bologna with cheese and egg?
– Well, ’cause it’s got a fried egg on there. – I think you’ll– – I’m gonna sit it out. – No, come on! – You got to. – I’m gonna sit it out. – You can’t!
– You can’t sit it out. You act like that’s an option.
– You know I don’t like eggs. – You got to take a bite.
– Can we change the title screen to Two
Lawyers Eating Sandwiches? – And One Lawyer Chickening Out? – I just don’t, oh, god. Alright, let’s me see if
there’s a bite to be had. – So, to me that’s good, but to me, that’s more
of a breakfast sandwich. – You know what? You’re right. – It’s great. – You didn’t eat it, did you? – I took a bite! – It was a little bit, but–
– He did, a very small bite. Very small bite.
– Listen, I feel like we have a
french onion sandwich here. – Yeah, yeah, yeah,
let’s get back to that. – That’s being neglected. It’s covered in brown gravy and onions, just like french onion
soup, a little Swiss cheese, and it’s served on an English muffin. – You know what that reminds me of? Let’s see if it reminds
you of the same thing. Close your eyes. – [Ed] Okay. – Young Ed Herman.
– Yeah. – You’re watching the Love Boat, and then you’re going
to watch Fantasy Island. – Right.
– In front of you is a TV tray with a Swanson’s dinner. – Swanson’s– – [Both] Salisbury steak. – That’s exactly what that taste’s like. And you know what? – I love Salisbury steak.
– It’s comforting and it’s delicious. – I like that, too, and
it just makes me wonder about the young man who walked in to the Swanson headquarters
one day, and said, “Why don’t we make a Hungry Man?” Remember that?
– Guy was a genius. – He doubled all the portions. – Man, some of things cook for 45-50 minutes.
– You remember the turkey? – [Andy] That was a different time. I remember it all.
– Remember the fried chicken? – Yeah, they were all great. – Two nice greasy pieces of fried chicken. – Do we want to render a verdict? Guilty of being delicious? – Yeah, it’s– (spoons clanking)
– Guilty. – Of being delicious. – Delicious and comforting.
– There you go. (plucky guitar music)