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with a 50-pound burger Updated on Mar 09, 2017 at 03:49 PM EST Clinton Station Diner owner Michael Zambas weighs his 50-pound burger, known as the Mount Olympus. The diner's mammoth burger will be featured in a new Travel Channel special. (Express-Times file photo) Email the author Follow on Twitter You're starring in a new Travel Channel series of specials called "Weird America." Where do you start? Right here in New Jersey, of course. Irish stand-up comedian Kevin McGahern is hosting the show, and the first episode begins with a road trip through New Jersey (with an overnight pit stop in Bensalem, Pa.). More specifically, his first stop after disembarking is at the Clinton Station Diner in Clinton, where he attempts to eat its famed gut-buster, the Mount Olympus burger -- 50 pounds, $200. (If you do the math, it's quite a bargain, so long as you don't factor in the trip to the emergency room.) McGahern also explores Lucy the Elephant in Margate, spends a night at Bensalem's Inn of the Dove which offers romantic themed suites, most of which appears to involve mirrored ceilings, and visits the East Brunswick opthalmologist Mark Leitman to view his eye-popping "waiting room of weirdness," as it was dubbed by Weird NJ magazine. The episode airs March 18 at 2 p.m. on the Travel Channel.

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