"Chicago. A man is about to get on a routine flight. Suddenly he pauses. He doesn't know why, but he's got to walk away. An hour later the plan goes down in flames. It's dismissed as chance." See also 80's, Commercials.
The show that's on at 12 am, 1 am, 2 am, 3 am, 4 am, and 5 am. See also Commercials.
Commercials for 1-800-COLLECT were a ubiquitous presence on TV during the 90's and featured b-list celebrities such as Mr. T, Alyssa Milano, and Aresenio Hall urging you to save a buck or two. One commercial also featured OJ Simpson's momperhaps the fact he was still calling his Mom collect as a wealthy adult should have been our first clue. See also 90's, Commercials, Telecommunications.
Hard to believe, but these rhythm-and-blues-singing, spat-wearing, claymation raisins were so popular in the 80's that they appeared on t-shirts, Christmas TV specials, and even a Nintendo video game. See also 80's, Commercials, Fruits.
Excitable pitchman for the ShamWow! towels and the Slap Chop food chopper and a former Scientologist. See also Commercials.
Discontinued soda that came in orange, lemon-line, and a Dr. Pepper-flavored knockoff called Dr. Slice. Depicted in commercials as the preferred beverage of baseball players and models. See also 80's, 90's, Commercials.