After watching a South Park episode where KFC becomes outlawed and Cartman is forced to become the leading seller (and consumer) of the KFC black market underworld, I was tempted to go try KFC for the first time since I was a toddler. I have to say that I remember it being a little underwhelming, but fried chicken is fried chicken, and the magnificent picture of Colonel Sanders on the bucket made everything worthwhile. There isn’t much to describe about mounds of breaded, deep fried chicken, the smell is standard grease smell, and since the interior of the restaurant wasn’t in the greatest condition (oily seats and greasy tables) we took it home. My first bite was underwhelming, but refreshing. In the South Park episode that I watched, they treated KFC as the holy light while Colonel Sanders was god and Cartman was Jesus Christ spreading the chicken like Jesus’ teachings. Because of this I was expecting the LeBron James equivalent of Chicken but I instead I got something more like Jamal Crawford. Decent, but nowhere near the level of LeBron. You could build a championship team around LeBron with a decent sidekick, a rebounder and a bunch of other scrubs to fill the roster. You aren’t winning an NBA championship if this chicken is the best guy on your team. There was nothing wrong with the chicken itself; it was breaded pretty nicely, it was crisp on the outside and meat on the inside was moist while the flavor had a small kick to it with a peppery/salty flavour and, but my opinion may have been tainted a bit by the way I and the South Park episode romanticized KFC and Colonel Sanders. The chicken was fast food quality and nothing more, but all in all I think it was a decent quality and taste considering it cost only something like 15 bucks for 12 pieces. (can’t remember the exact price.) 5/7 would eat again.