Here's a series of preview clips from the upcoming episode of Anthony Bourdain's CNN show Parts Unknown. Bourdain travels to Madagascar with director Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) who happens to be a vegetarian. In what he calls a "passive aggressive" move, Bourdain takes Aronofsky to Look's Ramsay, a restaurant that specializes in porky specialities for their first meal in the country. Bourdain admits that pork is his "favorite vegetable" before digging into a chopped up pig's head.
The pair then head to the beach town of Manakara where one of the main occupations is fishing. Bourdain and Aronofksy indulge in a seafood feast in the sand — shark is involved — while becoming increasingly aware of the poverty in the area. Parts Unknown Madagascar airs Sunday, May 17.