Funniest SNL commercials???

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  1. Jenna

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    Missed SNL tonight, but their fake "commercials" have been improving lately. We died laughing at the one for "Kotex Classic" last week.

    Any other favorites?
     
  2. KeithH

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    I don't watch SNL very often, but in the past, I thought the commericals for gay beer and "Oops, I crapped my pants!" were great. [​IMG]
    Disclaimer: My post is not intended to communicate anti-gay sentiments. I found the SNL skit on gay beer humorous, but I am not prejudiced.
     
  3. Shayne Lebrun

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    Cold Cock! With Billy Dee Williams!

    And Yardapult, and Big Red, and....

    HAPPY FUN BALL!

    It's happy!

    It's fun!

    IT'S HAPPY FUN BALL!

    Yes, it's HAPPY FUN BALL! The toy sensation that's sweeping the nation! Only 14.95 at participating stores! Get one today!

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  4. GARY C

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    I'd have to go with Nerf Crotch Bat as my fav.

    There was another one, Battle Cats I think it was called. That would be a close second.
     
  5. Michael R Price

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    Loose Bear

    "It really scared the crap out of me!"
     
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    Uncle Jamama's Pure Mashed Liqour
    That means you get fucked up for less money.
    That one is classic.
     
  7. Brian Perry

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    I thought the best one was for a car which I believe was called "The Imposter," which had an ultra-luxurious interior, but looked like a beater from the outside (ostensibly to deter theft). The best part was Phil Hartman rolling a ball bearing along the hood panel (a la early Lexus commercials) and having it disappear down a hole.
     
  8. John Kilduff

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    I gotta go classic, and vote for "Shimmer" (A floor polish *AND* a dessert topping), Velvet Jones ("It's called 'I Wanna Be A Ho'") and "Buckwheat Sings" ("Fee Times A Mady").

    Sincerely,

    John "It's O-Tay!" Kilduff
     
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    I loved the Bass-O-Matic, with Dan Ackroyd.
     
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    Jogger Motel

    Nike Turkey

    Colon Blow and !NEW! Super Colon Blow!

    Crystal Gravy
     
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    Which one was the one about the cereal made out of rocks? Jane Curtain was hilarious in that "commercial."
     
  12. Philip_G

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    one of my fav's was bigfoot singing with neil diamond when the rock hosted.

    can't think of any others off hand
     
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    I love the one where they show a person wearing nothing but blue briefs jump on people, hump their legs and try to take a dump on a homeowner's lawn. A representative from a law firm asks if people can't do that, then why should it be okay for dogs to do it?
     
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    I'll go with the "Bring out your best" budweiser hockey commerical with Robin Williams and Joe Piscapo >sic
     
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    I liked the Christmas ad for the Nativity scene with the soothing sound of baby Jesus that actually comes sounds like a hellish siren/cry.
     
  16. Ted Lee

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    the commercial with the car that had the special "attachment" that would allow a male to have intercourse with it.

    it basically showed the guy humping the back of the car.

    i almost passed out laughing...
     
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    The Imposter (if thats what it was callled) was very hilarious. One rim was school bus yellow. And when Phil Hartman activated the alarm, it slumped over as if its suspention were broken.

    Adobe, the little car that's made of clay.

    I remember once they had an episode that was nothing but fake commercials. Where is the DVD?

    jeremy
     
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    Little Chocolate Donuts, with John Belushi...

    (open to John Belushi preparing to do the Olympic high jump)

    Announcer: John Belushi is on his way to a gold medal in the Decathlon! They're setting the bar at seven feet - here's his approach..

    (John Belushi runs toward the bar. Quick cut to John jumping over the top of the bar. Quick cut to John landing on the grass.)

    Announcer: He got it! Belushi's won the gold, now he's going for the world's record!

    (cut to John Belushi running long-distance sprint and winning, as his fans crowd around him)

    (cut to John at home)

    John Belushi: (seated at breakfast table smoking a cigarette) I logged a lot of miles training for that day. And I downed a lot of doughnuts. Little Chocolate Donuts. They taste good, and they've got the sugar I need to get me going in the morning. That's why Little Chocolate Donuts have been on my training table since I was a kid.

    (cut to John Belushi going for the gold in the javelin toss)

    Announcer: Little Chocolate Donuts. The donuts of champions
     
  19. Tom Rags

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    "The Imposter" was really called the "Chameleon XL." This is also one of my favorites. Other good ones:

    Colon Blow cereal (It will take 50,000 bowls of your cereal to equal one bowl of colon blow!).

    Headley and Wyche, the British Toothpaste (made with two real teaspoons of pure cane sugar in each serving!)

    Winston McCauley Funeral home (Tag Line: Care, compassion, dedication, and absolutely no sex with any dead bodies).
     
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