The chain admits this was “inevitable.”
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The time-honored tradition of donuts on Hanukkah is getting a meaty twist in Israel this year. Burger King, whose reign spans nations, is gifting the nation with eight days of doughnut burgers, and yes, they are exactly what they sound like. Show More Summary
Miraculously, it’s only available in Israel In a deep-fried mashup worthy of the State Fair of Texas, Burger King Israel is unleashing doughnut burgers on the masses this month. The Times of Israel reports the burgers are rolling out...Show More Summary
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NEW YORK ? Here’s a mystery. In 2004, a Burger King employee discovered a naked man lying unconscious near the restaurant’s dumpsters. The police brought him to a nearby hospital in Savannah, Georgia. But when the man regained consciousness, he didn’t know who he was. There were some clues. Show More Summary
Legacy mega-brands like McDonald's, KFC, and Burger King have dominated the fast food industry for decades. But within the last few years, many American consumers have shown a growing interest in healthier fast food that incorporates...Show More Summary
Double doubles and animal style. In-N-Out Burger’s Austin takeover continues with the opening of its sixth location right on the Drag. This new drive-thru is found over on Guadalupe Street, taking over Burger King's old building. The...Show More Summary
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Burger King has been listening to all the requests they've gotten on social media and is bringing back their cheesy tots. To celebrate they're bringing back a famous scene from 'Napoleon Dynamite'.
Fans of Napoleon Dynamite will be thrilled to see the movie's stars, Jon Heder and Efren Ramirez, together again, this time in a commercial for Burger King's cheesy tots. Cheesy Tots were discontinued in 2009, but the fast food chain is bringing them back (for a limited time). Show More Summary
Napoleon Dynamite stars Napoleon (Jon Heder) and Pedro (Efren Ramirez) reunite in Burger King‘s clever commercial for their limited time Cheesy Tots. The tots are available nationwide and come in a box of eight. Cheesy Tots got me like…#CheesyTotsAreBack...Show More Summary
Gosh. In honor of something called “cheesy tots,” Burger King has recruited Jon Heder and Efren Ramirez to reprise their “Napoleon Dynamite” roles as the tot-loving Napoleon and his best friend Pedro. The tables have turned in this reimagining...Show More Summary
Twelve years after stealing our hearts and providing us with an entire arsenal of hilarious quotes, best buds Napoleon Dynamite and Pedro are back for a Burger King commercial promoting — what else? — tater tots. After unleashing the “Whopperito” and the “Mac n’ Cheetos” earlier this year, BK enlisted the movie’s original actors Jon […]
Burger King is releasing a new item in their menu known as Cheesy Tots and they’ve reunited Napoleon Dynamite and Pedro to make sure (...)
What is happening to the world? Marketing genius, that's what.
The stars of the 2004 comedy are back to their old roles, briefly, in a commercial for Burger King's cheese tots. They're freaking starving.
It's impossible to forget the famous tater tots scene from the 2004 cult classic Napoleon Dynamite. Burger King hasn't forgotten about it. And apparently, the film's stars Jon Heder and Efren Ramirez haven't forgotten it either. TheShow More Summary
Give me some of your tots!