By Brian Turk
By Drew AIles
By Taylor Boylston
By Bree Davies
By Emerald O'Brien
By Gina Tron
By Jon Solomon
Jaret Reddick: Cream of mushroom. Because it's good with everything. It's neither soup nor cream, but you can put it on anything and it makes it better. I think you could put Life Savers in it and it'd still be good.
Chris Burney: Wisconsin cheese. This is the best of all there is — Wisconsin cheese soup. Liquid cheese. Mmm...delicious.
JR: Chicken double noodle. Chicken noodle is the old standby. More importantly, double noodle. I mean, it's double noodle. It's edgy. It's delicious and one of those things you can eat when you're sick.
CB: Tomato basil. It's a tasty combination of tomato and basil. It's a good, lasting marriage.
CB: Tom kha gai. It's a lemongrass and coconut Thai soup. It's delicious. I mean, mega-delicious.
JR: Campbell's vegetable soup. It's funny, because I don't like vegetables, but for some reason that Campbell's vegetable soup is on, man. And sometimes, it even spells a word, which is good for a chuckle when you're having your lunch.
CB: Sweet and sour. Any time you're sick or have a cold, eat some sweet-and-sour soup. It'll cheer you up much better than chicken noodle will.
CB: Chicken tortilla. Always a winner. Liquid enchiladas, basically. It's a good one if you're in the mood for something spicy to kick it up a notch.
JR: SpaghettiO's. I don't know if this qualifies as a soup, but I'm going with a can of SpaghettiO's. After all, it's canned like a soup. But that stuff's delicious, especially those little meatballs. I think they should just can those meatballs, to be honest.