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Frosted Toasty-OsHow I Met Your Mother (TV)
|This is from the TV season finale of "How I Met Your Mother". The cereal looks to be called Frosted Toasty-Os, which is being enjoyed by a US Customs Officer while actively reviewing peoples passports.|
Bran StixHow I Met Your Mother (TV)
|"How I Met Your Mother": The running gimmick was a countdown featuring items in the scenes. The Bran Stix cereal box provided Number 15.|
CrispOsParting Shots (Movie)
|Parting Shots, a forgettable 1998 movie, featured CrispOs. The main character of the movie (Chris Rea) came up with the ad campaign but his partner (John Cleese) stole it and lived off the fame and wealth from it for the next thirty years.
Kid CudSHANDA THE PANDA (Comic)
|In Mike Curtis' comic SHANDA THE PANDA, Shanda's adopted daughter Quinn (a raccoon) eats corn flakes by the name of KID CUD. Quinn is pictured with the box (above).|
Fiber CrunchTime Warner (Commercial)
|Time Warner features a Fiber Crunch in a regional ad that goes toe to toe with Verizon's fibre-optic cable service.|
Calorie SubstanceEverybody Loves Hypnotoad (Movie Short)
|New low calorie formula Calorie Substance was a sponsor of the 30-minute "Everybody Loves Hypnotoad" show which came as bonus material on the 2007 Futurama movie "Bender's Big Score" DVD. |
Malcolm In The Middle O'sMalcolm In The Middle (TV-DVD)
|This cereal box was the cover for the box containing the pilot episode of Malcolm In The Middle and three other episodes. It may have been the packaging sent to voters for Emmy consideration.|
("Not Funny" by Joscha)
|The alien kid in the middle screams "Mom, Hannes makes cornflakes circles again!"
|The calf asks "May I have some toast instead?" (Translated, "Tiermehl" means "Carcass meal").
Puffy WuffysRescue Rangers
|Rescue Rangers episode "Puffed Rangers".
Super Sugar O'sWhite Collar
|The box contained a prize - a sheriff's badge. But it was in the box unwrapped.
Honey NutModern Family
|The box featured on the TV show "Modern Family". |
Full House (TV)
7th Heaven (TV)
The Mousehunt (Movie)
|Generically named "Oaties" have appeared in more than one media. Here they can be seen in the "Reaper" episode "My Brother's Reaper".|
Cocoa MuncheesFringe (TV)
|Cocoa Munchees and Berry Boom hae appeared on Fringe. Walter (an older fellow in a lab coat) really wanted was Boo Berry. |
Nuts&MoreIn Plain Sight
|Nuts&More made an appearance on "In Plain Sight" (left). The same box has also been used before in "Chuck" (right) and "Grey's Anatomy" (twice). The joke in "Chuck" was that he's traumatized from seeing his sister's fiance's "junk" in the shower.|
Vanilla Gorilla'sDunkin Donuts Ad
|These three cereals are featured in a Dunkin Donuts coffee ad from 2009.|
Fuddsy WudsiesBugs Bunny Cartoon
|Bugs Bunny hears an ad for "Fuddsy Wudsies" over his radio as he attempts to contact Earth after landing on the moon. Fuddsy Wudsies are the best. Look
delicious on your vest. Serve them to unwanted guests. Stuff the mattress with
Puffed GrassStan Freberg Radio Show
|Its spokesman, 'Jet Crash', extols their virtues: "Ten million moo-cows can't be wrong", and "You can always tell a Puffed Grass eater - he's got a green mouth". The Puffed Grass jingle: "Puuuffed Grass eat Puuuffed Grass - chock full of vitamins and chlorophyl too! What's good for Bossy (moooo!) is good for me and you! Puffed Grass!"
|Jeff Redfern is seen enjoying a bowl of Rix cereal.|
|Bob Crane picks a box of it off a supermarket shelf in the 1973 Disney movie "Superdad". It's basically a Kellogg's Rice Krispies blue box
with the word Krumbles on it instead.|
Macho MealThe Incredible Shrinking Woman
|Lily Tomlin picks up a box of "Macho Meal" in a supermarket in 1981's "The Incredible Shrinking Woman". She plays two characters in the scene, Pat & Judith, and the Judith character reads some of the ingredients on the side of the box out loud. |
Admiral Ackbar CerealRobo Chicken
|Admiral Ackbar Cereal was featured on Adult Swim's "Robo Chicken". "Colorful marshmallows, imitation crabmeat". "Your tongues can't repel a flavor of that magnitude". "There's a prize in every box". "Now with brine shrimp."|
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