‘Good Burger 2’ Trailer: Kenan and Kel Face Being Replaced by Robots (Video)

Good Burger 2 Trailer (Credit: Paramount+)

Good Burger 2 is almost here, with more hijinks from stars Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell.

The two will welcome fans back to their favorite ‘90s burger joint and work on saving the restaurant from a mega corporation that wants to replace employees with robots.

The full trailer for the sequel dropped Monday and has already surpassed 1 million views.

In the video, Dexter (played by Thompson) hits a rough patch and stays with Ed (played by Mitchell).

Dexter is interested in working at Good Burger again and his classic “Whyyy?” comes out when he accidentally washes his face with maple syrup instead of soap.

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The two have to navigate new food trends, including customers asking for vegetarian burger options, while leaning on their friendship to get things done.

“It really means a lot that you came to see me,” Ed tells Dexter one night.

“Well, you’re my best friend,” he responds.

At one point, Ed and Dexter head to the headquarters of Mega Corp as Katt Boswell (played by Jillian Bell) tells them her plan for Mega Corp to take over the world. What she leaves out is that all Good Burger locations will be taken over by robot employees.

Ed and Dexter vow to not let Good Burger fall into the wrong corporate hands and work on saving the restaurant.

A host of celebrities make appearances while ordering fries and fountain drinks including Marsai Martin, Yung Gravy, Liza Koshy, Kai Cenat, Nicole Byer, Josh Server, Ron Funches, Molly Kearney, Ego Nwodim, Lil Rel Howery, Rob Gronkowski, Flula Borg, Matt Friend, and Mark Cuban.

The movie franchise is based on Thompson and Mitchell’s sketch from Nickelodeon series All That.

Other original cast members reprising their roles include Josh Server as Fizz, Lori Beth Denberg as Connie Muldoonand, and Carmen Electra as Roxanne.

Good Burger 2 starts streaming Nov. 22 on Paramount+.

Watch the trailer below: