September 18th is National Cheeseburger Day, so grab yourself a sack of your favorite grease-balls and inhale this list of the best fictional burger joints from film and TV. Cardiac arrest not included. —Marc Bernardin
It’s National Cheeseburger Day, so grab yourself a sack of your favorite grease-balls and inhale this list of the best fictional burger joints from film and TV. Cardiac arrest not included. —Marc Bernardin
(Coming to America)
It’s hard out there if you’re trying to make a buck in the burger game and you’re not royalty from Zamunda.
Butts not included. Unless you want butts, in which case…butts.
(Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse films)
Even convenience store clerks need something to aspire to — a job at Moobys.
(Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
No, you’re never gonna get that smell out, Buffy.
(Parks & Recreation)
For men, and women, of a certain stripe, there is simply no other choice.
With a name like that, you’re just setting yourself up for failure.
Thanks to Fat Tony and his mob “advantages,” Krusty doesn’t have to compete with McDonald’s, Burger King or Wendys.
Big Kahuna Burger
(Quentin Tarantino flicks)
That is a tasty burger.
(Beavis & Butthead)
You don’t want to know what they’re cooking on the flat-top. Okay, it’s rats. Rats are on the flat-top.
(Better Off Dead)
It seems like embarrassing the hell out of its employees is in the burger joint charter.