We all know about Matt Le Blanc being in that famous ketchup ad right? Well, he was also in a famous Coke one too, all before he slipped on a Joey.
And before Chandler, Matthew Perry was flogging us call waiting.
Then, when he was Chandler, there was this obnoxious one.
And in 1996 Diet Coke ran an advert to promote their upcoming adverts. It all gets a bit silly.
I know there are loads more commercials from the cast (‘here comes the science bit’), but I’m off to cleanse my palette at Monk’s.
@pcstratford here’s a rare threat from Noel’s House Party, when Compo and Clegg ring the bell.
And if you stay to the end credits, you’ll see that it was even written by Roy Clarke. This episode aired on the 5th December 1992, one day before the Summer Wine episode
Who’s Got Rhythm?.
I’ve been eating a lot of Cadbury’s Boosts this week, which put my in mind of this campaign, with Reeves and Mortimer.
Leaf Falls Near Cat. Reward Lost Cup. The gun through the hat. And the amount of times I said “what’re we gonna do Vic?” in my time, and totally forgot it was from an ad not a show.
Here’s the shorter version.
The campaign was made by Bartle, Bogel, and Hegarty, using the creative team of Vic & Bob, with Nick Worthington and John Gorse.
Here’s a lummy treat for you though. Something I’ve never heard at least, anyway.
A radio ad from the same campaign.
It’s well worth following that link.
Grab a frying pan, gird your loins, and smack this
across the back of your head. That’s right, we’re talking Bottom this week, namely what’s the opposite of the BBC sitcom starring Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson. We also contemplate the opposite of Mumbly Peg, after working out what Mumbly Peg is, and of bookmarks. podcast
It’s not all weird TV ephemera here you know. Some times I like to provide good tips. So, here’s how to clean your double decker bus.
Why was everything back in the 70 and early 80s so grubby and run down?