– Triple-decker hamburger
made out of a doughnut. I’m going to make Steve eat one of those. Steve’s going to eat a
triple-decker hamburger out of a doughnut. (upbeat music) – All right, where are we going, Colin? – We’re going to the
Los Angeles County Fair. – Are you going to win me a prize? Excited? – [Colin] I’m excited. – [Freddie] Whoo! – [Steven] Oh my God! – I already see, like,
nine things I want to eat. – Doughnuts, cookie dough, now you know. – We’re going to play a
little game of telephone. We’re going to go to one booth, – Eat that amazing food, ask them what their favorite booth is, go to that booth, – And then we’re going to go
on, and on, and on, and on, – And by the end of this, I plan to have what everybody
has at the end of a fair, a sunburn and a stomach ache. – Let’s go! – Our fair chaperon suggested
we start at Chicken Charlie’s, which sounds fine to me,
I always can eat chicken. And look at that booth! Woah! I think we have to get a
Totally Fried Guacamole, the triple-decker burger, and I think we need some fried Oreos, too. – [Steven] Are we going to eat all that? – [Colin] Yeah! – We’re at booth number one guys. – Fried guac – Oh my god!
– Fried guacamole is awesome. – It’s literally just guacamole with a layer of dough around it. – It’s kinda healthy, right? – The crispness of the fried batter is really, really on point. – This is maybe the grossest
concoction I’ve ever seen, and I love it. – Triple-decker burger
with Steven’s favorite, Krispy Kreme doughnuts. – Glazed, I don’t need you
anymore Freddie, I’ve got this. – It’s sweet, it’s savory, it
tastes like a heart attack. – The meat and the doughnut
are the same texture. I will say this is a
balanced meal, though. Like we have the meat,
we have the veggies, and now dessert. – I’m not mad at it. – Wow.
– I love it. – I was expecting, like,
to crunch into the Oreo, but look at that, they
somehow made the Oreo into a soft, gushy, pleasant surprise. – If you were a 10 year old,
which would be your favorite? – [Steve] Fried Oreos.
– [Freddie] Fried Oreos. – If I was 10, I still
think Fried Guacamole would be my favorite. – You were one of those kids. – 10 on the 10-year-old scale for sure. – Totally. – Heart attack variable, 10. – Yeah, I’m going to have
one in, like, 20 minutes. – 11. – Creativity? – I give them an eight. – Total score 28 out of 30. Almost perfect, but we can get better. – If you weren’t going
to eat at your booth, what other booth at the fair, do you think would be where
you would get your food? – I keep hearing a lot
about fried watermelon. I do not know exactly
the name of the place. – A fair legend, I like it,
okay, fried watermelon it is. (upbeat fair music) – [Steven] You alright there? – Yeah, just covering up. It’s like the Sahara out here. – We’re on the hunt for the
booth with the fried watermelon. We don’t know the name of the booth, we’re just rolling with the punches, seeing what we stumble upon. – Do you guys have fried watermelon? – Argh! We’re going to have three
sticks of fried watermelon? Should we get pineapple, too, guys? – [Colln] Let’s do two
watermelons, one pineapple. – [Woman] The best upside-down pineapple. – That is crazy! – [Woman] Here is the
queen of the deep fried, it’s the deep-fried watermelon. – [Freddie] I don’t even have words. – Fried watermelon? It’s like, you’d think
it would melt, right? – No, still super fresh, still– – They picked this
watermelon out yesterday. This is fried pizza. – Cheers guys. – [Steven] That’s how you make pizza. – [Colin] Uh huh. – [Steven] Why is this not done more? – That’s weird, I like it. – [Freddie] Super flaky. – It has the taste of a pizza, and the texture of a glazed doughnut. – If I was 10, I would love this. – Heart attack, this is not going to
send you to the hospital. – Six – Creativity, I give it an eight. – Yeah, I mean, it’s pizza, fried. 10 plus six, plus eight, is 24. We gotta ask them where we’re going next. – If you’re not eating
at your own lovely booth, where else in the LA County
Fair do you like to eat? – Well, let’s see, we’ll eat at Pepe’s, which is over on Palm. – [Steven] You ready? – Pepe’s it is, let’s go! – [Steven] Go. You guys are standing there, let’s go. – Hi, I’m Lola. The number
one item that I sell, I started with the fish
tacos, the grilled fish tacos. It’s healthy, guilt-free. – This straw is for Steve,
I don’t want his cooties. – [Steven] You guys ready? This is like Taco Truck all over again. – Day one guys, it’s a throwback. This taco is for you, Andrew. (inspirational music) – Cheers, Colin you always jump the gun. – I always forget the cheers. – Yes! – The best part, not fried. – [Steven] If I worked at the fair, I’d probably eat here a lot. You just get so tired
of all the fried food. – You don’t get tired of fried food, you just have to stop
eating it or you’ll die. – This place gave me a
whole new pep in my step. I was starting to feel a
little weak at one point. – Yeah this is a good,
like, palate cleanser. I think our rubric should be scratched. This is our intermission. – Because on the heart
attack scale, it gets a one. – And you don’t need a heart
attack to have a good time. – We were told that the best
funnel cake at the fair, is at the Mad Hatter. – Funnel cake, scary animal, let’s go. – We’re gonna get one Holy
Moly Double-decker Funnel Cake. We got chocolate-dipped bacon, and a double-decker funnel
cake with strawberries. – [Freddie] This is my cutie for the day. – What is going on? – Cheers, guys. – What do you know
about chocolate, Steven? – I know absolutely nothing. – I’m not a fan. – Me neither. (laughs) – It just tastes like
chocolate-covered paper. – Ew. – It’s not bad. – Funnel cake, it’s why
they invented the fair. We’re going to give you a heart attack. – This isn’t your normal funnel cake. – Nope.
– It’s so light. – It’s not actually a heart attack. – It’s not crazy sweet. – It’s starting to look
like a heart attack though. That’s for sure. – 10-year-old factor, this is a 10. – This is a 20.
– 10. – You find me a 10 year old
who doesn’t like funnel cake, I’ll show you a very, very sad kid. – Creativity? – It’s sort of light and feathery. – It’s different. – And it’s also a double decker. Which adds a new element. – For me, nine. It’s a visual heart attack, wasn’t exactly a heart attack though. Fried guacamole, that was a heart attack. This is, yeah, like a seven. 26.
– Yeah. – Really good. – Solid score, funnel cake. We made it.
– We made it. – We made it.
– LA County Fair. – We learned that the fair is a great place to go once a year. You go more than once a year, you’ll be on your back. – I’m going to explode
right now, actually. – Should we get some more,
uh, fried guac on the way out? – Yes! Peace. (jazzy upbeat music) – You do not want me behind
the wheel of a car right now.