So, what is this? A cereal commercial?
The magic of callous consumerism.Also that poor goddamn rabbit, he's such a cute puppet. I'M SO GLAD IT'S PUPPET WEEK.
Lol, Ravenhallow...I was just going to post I thought the Trix Rabbit made a pretty good puppet!
What the hell happened to the Smorecerer?
they had an old 2 cent candy machine at the shop. it was DOUBLE PENNYTRATION
The beloved cereal mascots of my youth!Fun Fact: actress Kerri Kenney's* dad was the voice of Sonny, the "Cuckoo for Coco Puffs" bird in the TV commercials. *she was a cast member of "The State" and "Reno 911".
Sonny looks dead inside...
The magician in this video is a family friend, and sent us magic themed Christmas cards. One was a snowman that dissolved in water. He gave us a copy of this tape as well, I think I watched it once a month throughout my childhood.
I have to start playing D&D again so I can make a character named the S'morceror.
from wikipedia S'mores Grahams (a.k.a. S'mores Crunch) was a short-lived cereal produced by General Mills. This cereal was similar to Golden Grahams with a blend of chocolate mixed in. It was launched in 1982 and discontinued in 1988. The cereal's mascot was the S'morecerer (an animated sorcerer). Ads with this mascot would feature a couple of kids trying to get to the cereal but then encountering a conflict (such as getting chased by a lion or their sail getting hit by lightning), then the S'morecerer would appear and transport them right to the cereal. It would usually end with one of the kids saying the tagline, "Can I have s'more?"
Still more entertaining than "Food Fight".
Trish, NOTHING is more entertaining than Foodfight!, if you consider howling in rage at an animated movie for an hour or so "entertainment."
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