Aziz Ansari has a pretty great life. He has a scene-stealing role on one of TV's funniest shows, "Parks and Recreation." He's an accomplished stand-up. He leaves clubs with Kate Upton. And, he's gained a reputation as somewhat of a foodie, which allows him to hang out with famed chef David Chang and hit up the best restaurants in the world. (If you've never read it, carve out the time to read this Dec. 2011 piece about Chang and Ansari partying and eating in Tokyo.)
Along with co-producer and narrator Anthony Bourdain, Chang will premiere a new show "Mind of a Chef" tonight on PBS. Judging by the clip above, it'll be a must-watch. The chef and Ansari travel to Montreal to try out a famous bologna and salami sandwich at hole-in-the-wall Wilensky's and, while there, Ansari is actually mistaken by a fan for Canadian comic Sugar Sammy (who, it should be noted, doesn't look anything like him). Ansari, to his credit, handles the embarrassing situation pretty well.