I'll have what Crazy Eyes is having



Comcast's Xfinity put a whole new spin on TV Dinners at this past weekend's San Diego Comic-Con, where a pop-up diner served food items inspired by current TV hits.

YouTube celebrity chef Byron Talbot created featured dishes such as Genghis Connie's Chow Mien from "Luke Cage," Crazy Eyes' Cherry Pie and a prison shiv made from Jolly Ranchers, as seen in "Orange is the New Black," and Jerky of the Beast, in honor of the boar that finished off King Robert Baratheon on "Game of Thrones."

It was a perfect experiential play for Comic-Con, where attendees like to "live" their favorite characters. Also a reminder of why we're willing to put up with that distasteful cable bill.

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