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FookerFrosted Sugar Bombs
|Fooker from the General Protection Fault comics is seen here enjoying a bowl of "Frosted Sugar Bombs". "Ah, a bowl of cereal, the morning paper, and Cartoon Network... What a way to start a--" But wait! Fooker's nirvana is interrupted by Fred, the green slime mold, who has found his way into Fooker's bowl and consumed the cereal, "Sor-ry! Excuse me for being hungry...". These May 18, 1999 archive panels from GPF are Copyright 1999, Jeffrey T. Darlington. All rights reserved. Used with permission.|
Lilo and StitchHula Pops!
|A box of Hula Pops! is spilled on the kitchen floor when Nani catches Lilo in an early scene from Disney's 2002 movie release "Lilo and Stitch". The side of the box features a contest you can enter to WIN.|
Ed, Edd N' EddyChunky Puffs
|On Ed, Edd, N'Eddy, the kids in the Cul-De Sac, and especially Ed, love Chunky Puffs.
Charlie BrownSnicker Snax
|In the mid 1950's Charles Schulz's Peanuts comic strip featured a cereal called Snicker Snax. One strip had Charlie Brown reading about a Snicker Snax slip up and discovering he had gotten but one piece of Snicker Snax cereal, and 400 marbles, in his box of Snicker Snax.|
The Electric CompanyWackies Cereal
|The 1970's PBS childrens series "The Electric Company" featured three cereal spoofs. Two were part of the director (played by Rita Moreno) series of skits: Wackies Cereal "If you haven't tried Wackies, you should"; and Crunchy Cereal "Try Crunchy and you'll buy Crunchy". The other spoof was for Zesty Cereal with the jingle sung by the Short Circus and Lee Chamblin explaining "Each box of Zesty contains a model airplane and 1 piece of cereal".
The Price Is RightCount Priceula
|The November 14, 2002 episode of the CBS game show "The Price is Right" featured a Showcase dealing with prizes found in little known cereals. Count Priceula had a free CD which was related to a jukebox, Yucky Charms had a free pair of dice which was related to a trip to Las Vegas, and Commander Crunch contained a free mini life preserver ring which was related to a sailboat.|
BizBiz Diabolical Crunch
|This cereal was featured on the back of the LP (or in the cassette and CD liner notes) of Biz Markie's 1990
gold album "The Biz Never Sleeps" (the album that featured his one mainstream hit "Just a Friend"). It appears that the cereal is made out of gold jewelery.|
Flavor FlavCold Lampin' Cereal
|In the first home video by the group Public Enemy (released circa 1990) there is a mock commercial for the cereal done by the group's funnyman, Flavor Flav. He appears on the box as well. This cereal features "miniature clocks" that tick when you add "PE Milk".|
Sugar and SpikeSoggy Slop
|In the 1960's, Sugar and Spike Comics included a cereal called Soggy Slop.|
My Sister SamFrosted Wheat Wackies
|Frosted Wheat Wackies were seen in an episode of TV's "My Sister Sam".|
David LettermanKellogg's Live Angry Hornets
|Kellogg's Live Angry Hornets were used on an FDA Rejected Item spot on "Late Show With David Letterman"|
Good Morning WorldAlpha-Bites
|Alpha-Bits were disguised as Alpha-Bites in an episode of "Good Morning World".|
Harper ValleyABC Sugar Cereal
|Alpha-Bits were disguised as ABC Sugar Cereal in the "Stella Della" episode of "Harper Valley".|
Bob and Ray Radio ShowMushies
|Mushies Cereal was a fictional sponsor of the Bob and Ray comedy radio show. "Brought to you today by Mushies... the great new cereal that gets soggy even without milk or cream".|
My HeroMorning Krunch
|In the British sitcom "My Hero", concerning Thermoman --- a superhero from another planet --- and the nurse he marries (Janet Dawkins, played by Emily Joyce), Morning Krunch is seen on the table.|
|Whole Wheat, Bran, and Crispy Corn Flakes|
|In the 1977 Warner Bros. movie "Oh, God!", George Burns (as God) is seen in the supermarket where John Denver works. He studies the cereal boxes and says, "Chemicals ... nothing but chemicals ... turning kids into garbage
For making such a statement, the selections on the shelf appear to be low-sugar cereals. They also look like real cereal boxes with generic labels pasted on them: Whole Wheat, Bran, and Crispy Corn Flakes.
Grounded For Life
|Bits 'N' Pieces|
|In the WB sitcom Grounded For Life, the father (Sean Finnerty, played by Donal Logue) is enjoying Bits 'N' Pieces. The cereal itself appears to be a shaped oat cereal with moon and star marbits that looks like Froot Loops. Features yellow star and white moon characters with faces, arms and feet. In NBC's Heroes, Molly is seen with the cereal. Same cereal box appears on both shows as shown above. Bits 'N' Pieces was also spotted on SyFy Channel's "Being Human" Episode: "It Takes Two To Make A Thing Go Wrong". Bits 'N' Pieces was also in the AMC series The Killing: Episode 5 - "Super 8". It's featured as the dead girl Rosie's favorite cereal.|
Here's an image of an original unassembled box, courtesy of Jason Liebig. Check out Jason's Flickr site for a larger image.
Family AffairSugar Sprites
|In the first episode of the WB's new version of Family Affair, Mr. French (played by Tim Curry) serves the kids Sugar Sprites.|
Arby's CommercialFruit Poofs
|A guy in an Arby's commercial goes into the kitchen to make himself a bowl of cereal. He grabs a green box of Fruit Poofs off the top of his refrigerator and can't get the bag open. Eventually the bag busts and cereal flies everywhere! The tag line was something like, "Breakfast shouldn't be this hard. Come to Arby's".|
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