– Rolling, rolling. – Intro it in, Tim. – What’s up y’all? Welcome back to another
super delicious episode of Basic to Bougie. (snaps) I’m Timothy DeLaGhetto. – I’m Darren “Big Baby” Brand, and this is Justina Valentine! – Hey y’all! I’m sorry, I thought this
was like the beach edition, is this okay?
– No, we said we needed “that bitch” edition. – You feel me? I’m gonna need to be that bitch and be on the beach, whatever you need. – [Timothy] Basic to Bougie. We gonna try three different
versions of one food, determine which is the cheapest, and which is the most expensive. – [Darren] Don, Donathan! – Donathan!
– Donathan! – Donathan is dope. Can we change it mid-season? – We changed Daquan’s
name like eight times. – Yeah.
– Donathan, you my boy, you black today. – [Justina] This actually
feels like a breast! – It feels like a hand actually. – Yeah, that’s my hand. – Oh.
– Yep. – I know what this is! It’s chicken, y’all. – [Timothy] Yay! – A chicken breast, how appropriate. – [Darren] Chicken! (choir music plays) (sniffles)
(sighs) – Let it out, let it out. – ‘Cause, man, we been
eatin’ caviar and (bleep). Man, goat milk ice cream. – But you loved the goat milk ice cream. – Don’t tell nobody that. Finally we got something
that I just, I can’t. ♪ Ahhh ahhh ahhh ♪ – Okay, that was (bleep) up. – Let’s get it. – Okay everybody, grab a breast. – Girl, you better stop playing with us. – You talking about the chicken. – Yeah, yeah, yeah. – It’s 2018!
– I don’t like the legs. – [Timothy] I’m tryna grab
this crispy (bleep) over here. Let’s all crunch at the same time. – Shh!
– Okay, ready? (chewing loudly) – I know who this is.
– I know who this is. – I think I know who it is too. – Schmopeye’s
– Popeye’s. – [Timothy] I’m going
with Schmopsmeye’s, bro. – [Darren] Pot lies. – Yeah, that one. This is great. – This is good. I’m solid. I’ma save this one for later ’cause I know I’m gonna like it. – Now, let’s see what these
other two hittin’ for. What’s this guy? – [Darren] I don’t know. – This smell like, could
have some Asian spices to it? – Ah, this have a little
Chinese food to it. – [Justina] Yeah, let’s do it. (crunching) – Mmmmm. – This is good. This from the Chinese
spot down the street. – [Darren] I really hate the fact that I love chicken this much. – Everybody love chicken though. – This is really good. – This might be some Korean Fried Chicken. – Yeah, this is definitely
from the Chinese food– – Korean, (bleep)! – Sorry. – [Darren] Gimme that wing. That wing look solid. – [Justina] Look at
the juice on the plate. – [Timothy] That’s honey. – That is honey. – This looks kinda like it might be spicy. There’s some spice on there. – [Justina] This actually
my least favorite. – [Darren] Yeah, this not good at all. I mean it’s good. Don’t get me wrong, it’s good chicken. – [Justina] Yeah, it’s not bad. – But its not the best outta these. – You know what it is? It’s doing a little too much. – It’s a lot goin on.
It’s a lot of flavors. – [Timothy] With all the extra seasonings. – [Darren] Yeah. – It taste like honey, curry, cinnamon, a lot of things going on. – You taste all that? – I mean, I don’t know
what I taste, but yeah, it almost taste like adobo maybe. Don Vito, is there some ay adobo? Si. Okay. Ay adobo. – Stop cheating. – What do you mean? We got a little relationship
goin’ on, Darren’s mad. Don’t worry about it though. – I’ma jump back on one
of these while we decide. – Yeah, you read my mind, by the way. – [Darren] What y’all thinking? – This was my favorite,
as far as taste goes. Kinda plain, then little confusing one – That’s tough because I
love Schmopeye’s, right? – [Darren] (laughing) Right. But, is the Korean chicken more expensive than Schmoss-smye’s? – I think the Korean’s more
expensive than Schmopeye’s. Going fast food, then comes the Korean, then comes the confusing one. – (belches) Whooooo. Deepest, middle-est expensive. I would hate to be the black guy who gets this chicken (bleep) wrong. Don, are you ready? Oh (bleep), oh man, I’m nervous. – [Don] I’ll give it to you. – ♪ Oh my God. ♪ – ♪ Oh my God. ♪ – ♪ Oh my God. ♪ – ♪ Bless this chicken. ♪ (laughing) – Here we go. Ohhhh. You know, when it hits your spirit, then you know something’s for you. – Oh man. – Because number one, spicy
fast food, Louisiana seasoning, Schmopeye’s – [Timothy] Schmopeye’s – [Darren] $3.75.
– Yessir. – Alright, so we’re good so far. – [Darren] Korean fried
chicken, $8, that’s middle. And last, fried— that’s why that (bleep)
nasty, it’s organic. Who the (bleep) wants organic chicken? – That doesn’t make sense. – How do even fry organic? Y’all gotta stop this (bleep), okay! Don’t mess up chicken, guys. Can we at least keep chicken? (bleep) We got it right. – Well, hey, go team.
– We got it right. – Of course you did. You got your boy on your team. I’ma get chicken right. – [Timothy] We gotta deal with the bougie. Blindfolds on. – [Darren] Blindfolds on. – [Justina] Don Vito! – Hold on, hold on, hold on. Did she get to the point
where she callin’ Don? – [Justina] Yeah. – Wow. Someone got real
comfy in her new territory, like they do. (laughing) – Christopher Columbus was Italian. I’m embarrassed of that (bleep). – It’s a bowl of something. – You said it’s Ebola? – I said it’s a bowl. – Oh, it’s cold. – Ice cream! – We already did ice cream though. It’s probably like, is it sherbet. – [Justina] Oh, it’s sorbet. – [Timothy] Oh, sorbet. – Ohhh (laughing) sorbet. (classical music) – I bet you can’t do this, I bet you can’t do this with your tongue. Only Don Vito knows how to do this. – Oh, with the triple? He can’t do that. – See, look at you, stereotypes. – He’s Dominican. I’m Italian. – Alright, where we
going, you wanna go red? – [Justina] Yeah. – [Timothy] Sorbet, what is this, what is this, like raspberry? – [Justina] I like it. (smacking lips) – It’s a texture thing. – Raspberry. – It’s very tart. – Yeah. – [Justina] Raspberry. – Yeah, raspberry sorbet. – I’m on to the pink. – Yeah, I’m down. – (laughing) Just jumped on to the pink? – [Timothy] Okay, this one’s a little– – Ooh, this has alcohol in it. – Mmmm. – Oh yeah, Yeah, you right. – It does! – I’m tipsy already, I’m not gonna lie. – I feel like this is
a frozen wine cooler. The ones your older
women in the family drink when they want to get
into family functions. – Yeah, but they not
trying to get too turnt. – Yeah, just something
while they play cards. – That’s not bad. – [Timothy] I’m not mad at any of it. – It’s okay. – Alright, on to the yellow? – [Darren] Yellow not really my thing. What’s the flavor of yellow? – Might be mango. Actually, it is. Definitely mango. – Tim got a reaction. Tim got a reaction. Hold on, hold on. Trust him, Trust him. – Is this durian? It’s like the nastiest fruit. – Oh it tastes like a dead body, right? – [Timothy] It tastes like
a dead body with a smell. – [Justina] That’s what I’m
eating on the challenge. – It’s a delicacy in like, Thailand, and like China, and (bleep). My mom used to eat this
(bleep) growing up. It’s gross, dog, by itself. This is aight. – You don’t taste mango in that? – I taste a little bit of mango ’cause durian kinda taste like mango. It tastes like mango,
but you know, rotten. – Yeah, like it’s been
on the plant too long. – You ever notice if you eat ice cream or something frozen like this
from the back of the spoon, it tastes better, try it. – [Timothy] You say what? – Who told you that? – It tastes different. – [Darren] Does she really got us eating off a spoon backwards? Did you fall for that (bleep)? You do it? – Yes, I did. I’m trying to figure out— – Try it. – No, that’s something you made up. – No, ’cause it feels
cooler on your tongue too. ‘Cause now your tongues
going over the hump instead of in the hump. – Wait. Now you got me trippin’ cause
it does taste different. – The air is the difference. – [Timothy] Alright, let’s
figure out which is the cheapest, which is the most expensive. – The one with the alcohol
definitely is the most expensive. – The fact that y’all
stayed there for two minutes trying to get ice cream
on the back of a spoon. – Because it was messin’ with me, man. I low-key feel like the
durian’s the most expensive because it’s— Did you just do it off
the back of the spoon? Is it better? – Yes, it tastes better, right? It tastes different. – Now, look, I hate the durian. This is gonna prove it. – Yeah. – It tastes worse to me
on the back of the spoon. – I can’t do it. No.
– No? – I think the durian or
the auntie wine cooler is the most expensive. – My vote is durian just
because durian’s a really, it’s a hard-to-come-by fruit nowadays. It’s like it’s getting more expensive. – I’m trusting you on the durian. – [Timothy] Trust me on the durian. Durian’s most expensive,
the wine cooler’s second. – I’ll go with you. – Everybody’s agreeing? – [Timothy And Darren] Don! (laughing) – My boy! (screams) – Don Juan! (speaks Spanish) (record scratches) – It’s on you, Tim. – Y’all ready for this? – I mean, I hate when we’re wrong. – I was all the way wrong. (buzzes) – I said it was mango. – [Timothy] I was completely wrong. – Durian is the champion? – It’s not even durian. It’s just mango. – Mango like I said. – Yeah, and I was wrong. Generic mango sorbet, cheapest. – Bruh, and Justina is right. – Raspberry sorbet, second. Small batch of Frose’ sorbet, $15 a pint, rose, watermelon, and strawberry. – Now don’t you feel silly? – This is your fault, this is your fault. We were fine, this is your fault. You do all this talkin’ – She might have tricked me– – My mama watches this – with her back of the spoon (bleep). – We got fans now! You came in with the mango. – Yeah. Because the back of the
spoon told me it was mango. – Right, right. So, we had, but here he comes with this deep-ass explanation– – And you believed me! – How he travels the world, and he drops all this fake news knowledge, but “you know, they don’t
have durians no more.” And then we go with this (bleep). – But here’s the thing, it had
a lot of cultural integrity ’cause his mom ate it growing up, so I’m like alright. – Yeah, that’s like— – I don’t wanna disrespect no one’s mom. – Tim’s been places,
maybe it is durian sorbet. Yo, what’s crazy, bro, when
it comes to any bougie, just shut the (bleep) up. (laughing) – (burping) Sorry. (belching) – It still tastes like durian to me. (belching) – Justina! (laughing)