With the season finale of the show having released recently, AWM Style has decided to grade the third season of the rapidly growing Viceland produced show hosted by rapper Action Bronson, F*ck, That’s Delicious.
The series originally gained its hype after YouTube channel Munchies, which is used as the food related outlet under the infamous VICE channel, but ever since the corporation expanded their trade into cable television, the series haas solely featured there. Here are my thoughts on Season 3 of F*ck, That’s Delicious.
After watching the first and second seasons of F*ck, That’s Delicious, one thing that I definitely did not expect to see was one of the hosts cowardly opting out of tasting the delicious food samples at different places, but with Alchemist’s addition to the team, I guess I should have seen it coming.
I don’t think that I have ever seen a human being so grossed out by what seemed to be a delicious slice of fresh, French goat’s cheese. The sheer disappointment and discontentment in Alchemist’s face had me on the floor in hysterics, and provided perfect closure to an even more perfect series.
Although this may seem a surprise to many, the best dish in my eyes was the baby chicken at the traditional Middle Eastern restaurant in New York City. The dish, which was commonly fed to me as I grew up, brought me right back to my home in the Middle East. I could taste the succulent juiciness of the poultry as I saw Action Bronson and Mayhem Lauren devour the well presented dish. Aside from that, Mayhem Lauren putting a chain on that Jewish child was also pretty cool. “Firetruck that’s delicious,” right?
To grasp all of my feelings and squeeze them into two meaningless words: Loved it.
Season 3 of F*ck, That’s Delicious had everything, went everywhere, and perhaps most importantly, took the viewers on a journey that they’ll never forget. The show itself has inspired many to follow the ways of their favorite rappers and go on the similar culinary based trips themselves, which is exactly what Viceland should aiming for. Is it better than season one? I’ll let you decide.
This one goes straight out to the men and women up high at Munchies and Vice. Please return F*ck, That’s Delicious to where it belongs: back on the internet for everyone to enjoy worlwide, back to its righteous home on YouTube.
The last few months have been hard for every Action Bronson, Big Body Bes, Mayhem Lauren and Alchemist fan outside of the United States of America, and this needs to be changed. It is understandable that the corporation is attempting to widen their horizons and dive head first into the media industry, but the fact that the show, which debuted on YouTube back in 2014, isn’t available for everyone to watch is ridiculous in my eyes.