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Mammal O'sThe Amanda Show
|The Amanda Show, Episode #224, featured a commercial for a new cereal that comes with a "free live animal inside"! Mom Brooke is shown serving the cereal to Amanda, Ashley, Chris, and Stephen (who almost accidentally swallows his free live animal --- a live rodent, thought to be a hampster).
Frosted Puffs, Krispy Bran Pops, Smart'N'Health Grain OatsRose Is Rose
|Rose Is Rose, illustrated by artist Pat Brady, mentions three cereals in his syndicated July 8, 2005 comic strip.|
Cocoa CrunchiesJudging Amy
|The "Romeo And Juliet Must Die... Well, At Least Juliet" of the TV show "Judging Amy" featured "Cocoa Crunchies".|
|Matt and Junior are seen eating Alio's, a cereal with a green alien on the box, in ABC-Family's Wildfire TV series.|
|Mom presents the big box of Choc-O-Crocs to the kids on Monday. The kids exclaim, "YAY! You bought the jumbo box!" "Now we can have Choc-O-Crocs for breakfast every day!". Come Tuesday the mom is pouring Choc-O-Crocs into the kids bowls "Here's your Choc-O-Crocs!" but the kids are uninterested. "Again?" "What else do we have?".
In the second comic strip, dad (while heading off to work) notices the huge box of Choc-O-Crocs. "Whoa!" The box takes up most of the kitchen table. Mom replies, "Yeah, it's the kids favorite cereal, so I bought the jumbo box." "It's not cheap, so buying it in bulk will save a few bucks." Dad says, "Good thinking". He then inspects the box further, "...And when the cereal is gone, we can park the car in the empty box."
In the third strip, the kids are sitting at the breakfast table with their spoons, wildly enjoying a large container of sugar, while their mother looks on with concern. The father is reading the side panel of a box of Choc-O-Crocs, "According to the box, they'll get less sugar this way than if they eat the actual cereal."
Box O'BranBaby Blues
|"Baby Blues" comic strip by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott often features cereals on the kitchen table. The August 15, 2005 strip included Box O'Bran and Frosty Froot. "Sugar Sludge" appeared in teh October 31, 2010 strip.|
Boom"Weird Al" Yankovic
|A cereal called "Boom" can be found on "Wierd Al" Yankovic's first CD cover which was released in 1983.|
Puffy NutsRob Wilco
|Get Fuzzy, illustrated by artist Darby Conley featured character Rob Wilco eating out of a box of "Puffy Nuts" (with a free toy inside) in his syndicated July 9, 2005 comic strip.|
Corny SmacksSlings and Arrows
|"Slings Arrows", a Canadian Show from 2003, featured an actress on the show auditioning for a Corny Smacks commercial. Corny Smacks have 12 essential vitamins and provide a wonderfully crunchy start to the morning.|
|PHUD is "The breakfast cereal of champions (also a mild detergent). Phud doesn't go snap, crackle or pop, it just lies in the bottom of you bowl in a big, soggy mass. So the next time Mom goes to the store, ask her to bring home some PHUD!" [From a 1950's edition of Mad Magazine].|
|The 2006 TV season opener of "Medium" has a scene where the D.A. poured a big helping of Nutty Nuggets cereal into a blender to fix himself a little something for breakfast at work.|
Sugar Poppin' Loud-eezMoral Orel
|"Moral Orel" is the modern, though repugnant and racy, version of "Davey and Goliath" claymation that aired on Adult Swim late at night in 2006. Sugar Poppin' Loud-eez cereal could be seen in the background of a January 29, 2006 episode.|
|There was a cereal called "Footsies" in an old Cap'n Crunch commercial (1970's?). The Cap'n's arch-nemesis Jean LaFoote was launching his own cereal to compete with the Cap'n. However, when you added milk to Footsies, there was this disgusting sound and they slumped in the bowl. And it proved the superiority of Cap'n Crunch, which "stays crunchy even in milk".|
Fiber 4000King of Queens
|A cereal called Fiber 4000 has been spotted in TV's "King of Queens" sitcom.|
Brown FlakesWallace and Gromit
|A box of Brown Flakes sits on a kitchen shelf in the 2005 feature movie "Wallace and Gromit: Curse Of The Were-Rabbit".|
Crumble Creature CrackersZombo
|Crumble Creature Crackers was on the TV show "The Munsters". Eddie Munster watched a TV show hosted by a character called "Zombo." Zombo was the spokesperson for the Crumble Creature Crackers cereal "the greatest things since bat wings". They show Eddie eating the cereal. Check out Monster Kid Online Magazine #4 for more details.|
|In the first few minutes of the 3rd Season premiere of FX's TV series "Rescue Me" we see Tommy Gavin (Denis Leary) sitting down to a breakfast of Chocobain. Also sharing the cereal is Tommy's dead son Connor. (Tommy usually sees his dead cousin, who died in the WTC collapse. Tommy's not well.)|
Veggie O'sDaddy Day Care
|In the movie "Daddy Day Care" kids are seen spitting out their Veggie O's cereal after hearing the slogan which was along the lines of "Eat this cereal, it's yummy. Us carrots and broccoli are in it."|
Ranch BreakfastThe Electric Horseman
|Sonny Steele (played by Robert Redford in the 1979 movie "The Electric Horseman") is a fading cowboy rodeo star and the spokesman for Ranch Breakfast, a sugar-coated cereal for kids. Ranch Breakfast is "a champ's way to start the morning".|
|SpongeBob SquarePants featured a cereal called Kelpo "with 1 of 7 important prizes inside".|
Bran Ola, Sugar Soggs, Multi Crunch, Raisin Poffs, Muslix, Must Licks, Moose Lix, Hot Oat, Instant Gruel, Bran Bomb, Wheat Buds, Puffed Grano-Toasties, Munch-A-Roonie, Hole Grain, Wheaty CrunchFor Better or For Worse
|The August 6, 2006 Sunday comic "For Better or For Worse" by Lynn Johnston featured a cereal isle full of fixtional cereals: Bran Ola, Sugar Soggs, Multi Crunch, Raisin Poffs, Muslix, Must Licks, Moose Lix (featuring a Moose Head), Hot Oat, Instant Gruel, Bran Bomb, Wheat Buds, Puffed Grano-Toasties, Munch-A-Roonie (Red-haired clown with spoon), Hole Grain (featuring a golfer on a putting green), and Wheaty Crunch "Almost Nutritious".|
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