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Sunny, terminally silly farce in which comedy teammates Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell try to save a humble burger joint from being devoured by the gaudy rival across the street. Add half a star if you're in the pre-teen age group that loves its Saturday night sitcom on Nickelodeon.


  • Kel Mitchell
  • Kenan Thompson
  • Sinbad
  • Abe Vigoda
  • Shar Jackson
  • Dan Schneider
  • Jan Schweiterman
  • Ron Lester
  • Josh Server
  • Ginny Schreiber

Did You Know?


  • Sinbad's character "Mr. Wheat" is named after writer and producer Dan Schneider's high school math teacher, Gough Wheat, at White Station High School in Memphis, Tennessee.
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  • When Ed is reading the contract Dexter gave him, the top right corner of the paper is clean. A little while later, the top right corner is messy from the sauce. When he hands it back to Dexter, it is clean again.
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    • [very fast]
    • Heather: Have small space aliens ever landed in your brain and told you to break into the zoo and free the kangaroos?
    • Ed: ...Not that I recall.
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The comedy is usually silly, and - in keeping with the fare served up at these busy counters - often tasteless. The wiry Mitchell and the chubby Thompson may physically suggest such great teams as Laurel and Hardy and Abbott and Costello, but - at this stage of their development - the resemblance ends there. [25 July 1997, p.04]

Metacritic review by Desmond Ryan
Desmond Ryan
Philadelphia Inquirer

It's a kid movie, plain and simple. It didn't do much for me, but I am prepared to predict that its target audience will have a good time. I'm giving it two stars. If I were 8, I might give it more.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times