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Patton Oswalt is TV and film actor and the author of a new book of essays called Zombie Spaceship Wasteland. But he's first and foremost a standup comic, famed for his extraordinary enthusiasm for certain things — and his disdain for others.

Oswalt become infamous for his bit on KFC Famous Bowls, so we've invited him to play a game called "Stick this in your famous bowl." Famous bowls are just the tip of the fast-food iceberg, so we'll ask three questions about foods that are possibly even worse.

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