Save Me A Slice meme and viral video depicting Anthony Fantano and a pizza being sliced into thin strips.

Save Me A Slice / It's Enough Slices

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Save Me A Slice or It's Enough Slices refers to a viral TikTok Duet of music critic Anthony Fantano reacting to a video of someone cutting a pizza into too many slices, with Fantano yelling that it's enough slices throughout the video. The original sound to Fantano's reaction became popular on TikTok starting in April 2021, resulting in a number of viral videos on the platform.


On April 27th, 2021, Anthony Fantano posted a Duet to his TikTok[1] page @theneedletok reacting to a March 12th, 2021, upload by TikToker[2] @luwe_themk showing a chef cutting a pizza into many slices. Fantano starts the reaction by saying "ooh a fresh pie, save me a slice," then says "that's good" after the pizza has been sliced a few times. The chef continues to cut the pizza as Fantano gets angrier and more confused, repeatedly "telling" the chef that it's enough slices (shown below). The video gained over 28 million views in six months. He reposted the video to TikTok[3] the next day to make the Original Sound available for use, gaining over 10.8 million views in the same span of time.


The original sound for the Duet became popular in lip-dub videos, inspiring over 47,000 videos on TikTok in six months. It is often used to describe something that's getting out of hand. For example, on May 16th, 2021, TikToker @sofia.aurora_ posted a video about her breasts growing too much, gaining over 18 million views in five months (shown below, left). On August 26th, TikToker @violet.mtz posted a video about losing weight, gaining over 18.9 million views in two months (shown below, right). These are two of the most popular videos using the audio.

The audio has also seen some use outside of TikTok. On May 23rd, YouTube[4] channel Geo Facts posted a video about Germany's borders and division throughout history, gaining over a million views in five months (shown below).

On June 6th, Fantano posted a video to YouTube[5] talking about the video and reacting to the memes, gaining over 386,000 views in four months (shown below).

Activision vs. Anthony Fantano 'Enough Slices' Lawsuit

Activision vs. Anthony Fantano "Enough Slices" Lawsuit refers to a lawsuit filed by Activision against music critic Anthony Fantano, aka TheNeedleDrop, after Fantano purportedly demanded monetary compensation and threatened to sue Activision for using his viral TikTok audio It's Enough Slices to showcase the making of a pair of custom Crash Bandicoot sneakers. The lawsuit was filed in late July 2023 and inspired reactions online, with some defending Activision and some defending Fantano.

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[1] TikTok – theneedletok

[2] TikTok – theneedletok original sound

[3] TikTok – luwe_themk

[4] YouTube – geo facts

[5] YouTube – I'm a meme

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