The Worth It crew heads to New York City to eat $2, $15, and $75 curry to see which is the most worth it for its price.
The Worth It crew tries $1 and $4 cookies in New York, before heading to Japan to taste a custom made $90 cookie.
Worth It returns to Japan to try the most authentic Japanese sushi dishes at $1, $44, and $133.
Worth It travels to Japan to taste authentic egg dishes, including a $89 dish made with the Japanese Kayagaki egg.
In Worth It's season 5 finale, the crew travels to Nashville, LA and Japan to try sandwiches at three different price points, including the $180 Kobe Chateaubriand sandwich in Tokyo.
Steven, Andrew, Adam, and Annie try three different burritos at $4, $11, and $32 to determine which is the most worth it at its price.
The Worth It crew tries affordable, mid-tier, and high-end fish tacos to decide which is the most worth it at its price.
Worth It tries three different Korean Soups around Los Angeles to decide which is the most worth it at its price. Featuring actress Megan Lee and celebrity chef David Chang.
Steven, Andrew, Adam, and Annie try salads at $11, $19, and $95, as well as various dishes salads pair best with, to determine which is the most worth it at its price.
Worth It tries lasagnas at three restaurants, including an old favorite, to determine if inexpensive, mid-tier, or expensive lasagna is the most worth it for its price.
In a callback to the very beginning of the series, Andrew and his friend Steven try cheap, mid-tier, and expensive burger and sushi combinations to determine which are the most worth it for the given price points.
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