A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from February 27, 2020
“If you eat too much prison chili, you might lose your right to remain silent”

Many prisons serve chili. Some prison chili is quite good, such as the famous Dallas County Jail Chili (Texas Prison Chili). On the American comedy television program Most Extreme Elimination Challenge (MXC), the episode “Cops vs. Cons” that originally aired on April 27, 2003, Vic Romano (voiced by actor Vic Wilson) said:
 
“You know, Ken, you eat too much prison chili, you might give up your right to remain silent.”
 
The joke is that the beans in the chili make you fart. (Texas Prison Chili has no beans, however.) The “right to remain silent” refers to an accused person’s Miranda warning.
 
     
Wikipedia: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge
Most Extreme Elimination Challenge (MXC) is an American comedy television program that aired on Spike TV from 2003 to 2007. It is a re-purpose of footage from the Japanese game show Takeshi’s Castle which originally aired in Japan from 1986 to 1990. The re-purposed “MXC” created a completely new premise, storyline and characters. The MXC re-purpose created two teams competing against each other à la a typical Saturday afternoon network football game broadcast, with players trying to win points for their teams by surviving through different challenges.
   
IMDb
Most Extreme Elimination Challenge (2003– )
Cops vs. Cons

TV-PG | 20min | Action, Adventure, Comedy | Episode aired 27 April 2003
 
Springfield! Springfield!
Most Extreme Elimination Challenge
(2003) s01e04 Episode Script
Cops vs. Cons
(...)
VIC ROMANO: You know, Ken, you eat too much prison chili, you might give up your right to remain silent.
   
BitChute
MOST EXTREME ELIMINATION CHALLENGE (MXC) - 104 - COPS VS. CONS
(At 6:30.—ed.)
 
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MS
@scibonafide
“You know, ya eat too much prison chili and you might just give up your right to remain silent.” - Vic Romano
5:32 PM · Sep 1, 2010·Twitter Web Client
 
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jacktx42
@jacktx42
RT @ManadaBitt: “You know, if you eat too much prison chili, you just might give up your right to remain silent.”
11:32 PM · Aug 16, 2011·TweetDeck
 
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Alison Johnston
@Alison_Linette
If you eat too much prison chili you might as well give up your right to remain silent
2:22 AM · May 21, 2013 from St. Clair Shores, MI·Twitter for iPhone
 
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ella
@hELLAgreat
Can someone I know go to prison so I can finally say “if you eat too much prison chili, you might lose your right to remain silent.”
12:06 AM · Aug 4, 2013·Twitter for iPhone
 
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Bre Raker ☪
@breraker
If you eat too much prison chili you may give up your right to remain silent. -#mxc omg I love this fckin show!!
8:08 PM · Oct 14, 2013·Twitter for iPhone
 
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Jarod Schrock
@JSchrock24
“If you eat too much prison chili you might lose your right to remain silent”
12:23 PM · Nov 18, 2014·Twitter for Android
   
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JS Austin
@Phyrefyter
If you eat prison chili 🌶 you give up the right to remain silent.
12:54 AM · Aug 1, 2018·Twitter for iPhone
 
Reddit—Jokes
Posted by u/tachyon52 February 27, 2020
If you eat too much prison chili
You give up your right to remain silent.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Thursday, February 27, 2020 • Permalink


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