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Synopsis: War-weary U.S. servicemen return home from God-forsaken foreign conflict zones rife with death and destruction to find that their courageous fight for America’s safety and freedom is proudly rewarded by an artery-clogging, deep-fried exploded onion from a failing, Tampa-based restaurant chain posing as a purveyor of Australian cuisine, provided that their shore leave happens to fall during the month of March and that they bring along sufficient documentation of their military service to gain approval of the restaurant’s brainless, part-time servers whose main concern is making enough money to buy new cell phones.
This vessel is powered entirely by residue from Outback grease traps
Pre-diabetic family members are already big fans of deep-fried food
Greatest danger he’s yet to face awaits him on Outback platter
Message: Thanks to our brave troops, we can continue to force-feed fat Americans unhealthy, disgusting meals without Taliban interference.
Gay sailor risks discharge for publicly embracing patriotic partner
Jimmy hopes that someday he can fight evildoers for onions, too
Jennifer tries to steal Daddy’s name tag so she can cash in on deal
Subliminal Message: If you kill bin Laden, you get two.
Warning: grenade-like appearance of Bloomin’ Onion may trigger PTSD
Memorable Moment: Petty officer finally realizes his dream of making out with the Captain’s wife.
His breath smelled like onions, but that only seemed to turn her on
Disturbing Aspect: Outback appreciates our fighting men and women enough to buy them an appetizer, but not quite enough to spring for a whole dinner.
Resisting aggression is tough, but a free snack makes it all worthwhile
Bolstered by Outback’s largesse, soldiers head back to Vietganistan
Burning Questions: Does Outback also serve Freedom Fries? Are Bloomin’ Onions mentioned in the Koran? Do the managers of Outback’s non-participating restaurants hate America?
Unfortunately, Outback Land Rover is not equipped to handle IEDs
Overall Loathsomeness: 9.3
Mitigating Factor: Domino’s considered giving away their deep-dish pizza, so it could be worse.