Because, where else can you get a bowl of chili in a drive-thru? This is EVERY WENDY’S EVER!
This video was shot with a very limited crew. All cast & crew followed all CDC and California COVID-19 precautions and filming guidelines.
- Ian Hecox as Dave and Bob
- Shayne Topp as a driver
- Damien Haas as Tucker and a customer in Scenario #3
- Olivia Sui as a customer in Scenarios #2, #7, #9, and #10; a customer in Scenario #3; and the driver's daughter
- Kimmy Jimenez as Jenna
- Jacklyn Uweh as a customer in Scenarios #3 and 4; and Tammy
- Director: Courtney Miller
- Written By: Sydney Heller & Olivia DeLaurentis
- Editor: Mike Small
- Executive Producer: Ryan Finnerty
- Head Writer: Monica Vasandani
- Production Manager: Alicia Gaynor
- Production Coordinator: Jacqi Jones
- Production Assistant: Heidi Ha
- DP: Brennan Iketani
- Camera Operator: Billy Yates
- Gaffer / AC: Dustin Bloodgood
- Sound Mixer: Greg Jones
- Art Director: Cassie Vance
- Art Coordinator: Yasmeen Mughal
- Art Assistant: Alex Aguilar
- Art Assistant: Oliver Wehlander
- Wardrobe: Lena Frostestad
- Assistant Editor/DIT: Matt Duran
- GFX: Brittany Metz, Wilton Foulds
- Content Manager: Kiana Parker
- Stage Manager: David Hill
In a drive-through, a driver (Shayne Topp) orders chili from Jenna (Kimmy Jimenez) as he believes that chili, being hot, sloppy, and hard to eat, is the perfect car food when sprinting into a meeting late. 30 seconds later, Jenna spills the chili on the driver's lap, as that was the driver's request.
A customer (Olivia Sui) accuses Jenna of having frozen food, as the Frosties are frozen while Wendy's slogan is "Fresh, never frozen." When she orders for a fresh, hot, and liquid Frosty, she threatens Jenna to take the "Fresh, never frozen." sign down if she gets a frozen one. Jenna tells Tucker (Damien Haas) to make one for the customer, to which he enthusiastically does.
Three customers (Jacklyn Uweh, Olivia, and Damien) are amazed when they dipped one fry each to their Frosties, and make remarks claiming that they were the first do such combo.
The first customer from Scenario #3 orders a "Dave's Double" without cheese. Tucker, who's the seller, goes to the pantry and asks Dave (Ian Hecox) to give him the burger he's about to eat. Dave complains, but Tucker gives him the cheese.
The driver from Scenario #1 bring his daughter (Olivia) at the drive-through, and orders 30-40 potatoes. Despite claiming that no road trip food is better, his daughter is against about his order, but he doesn't care. Jenna, who's in duty, is amazed when the driver tells her that he and his daughter will see the Statue of Liberty in their road trip.
Bob (Ian) asks Tucker and Jenna for more fast food ideas that can be eaten at a moving car, as baked potatoes and chili already work. Jenna suggests uncut pomegranate, while Tucker suggests raw corn on the cob, double husk. Jenna adds that they should do something like a scalding bag of clam chowder, and gives it the name Clam Clam Clam. Bob approves it, and they celebrate.
The customer from Scenario #2 accuses Jenna about the fresh salad, asking if the Caesar hatched a fresh salad egg before she ordered one. Just as she threatens to make my Dad sue Jenna, Tammy (Jacklyn) comes, much to Jenna's relief, as Tammy is pregnant with a fresh salad.
Tucker and Jenna continue to give food ideas to Bob. When Jenna suggest onion rings, Tucker and Bob send her out by repetitively saying "Grease."
The second customer from Scenario #3 orders a "Dave's Triple" without onions. Dave hears this and complains since he's about to eat it, but Tucker tells him that he signed that contract. When the customer asks if she takes burgers from Dave, Tucker said that it's him who does it.
The customer from Scenario #2 accuses Jenna of having a finger. When Jenna concludes that it's the customer's hand, the latter suggests that the former should serve a severed finger covered in chili (Chili finger). Bob takes note of that, and he and Jenna celebrate. However, Bob suggests to sever the customer's finger as a prototype, and when Jenna promises to give 6 bucks, the customer request to make it 69.