“When pizza’s on a bagel, you can have pizza any time.”
Sure, we all know that’s true, but the question to ask is: why? We dig deep into the intricate lore surrounding the infamous Bagel Bites theme song and find out how it all relates to soda revivalism and modern American politics.
Aaron Littleton hosts and chooses the 1997 Bagel Bites commercial as the video of the week. John Hurst cohosts and fills up on carbos.
Video Death Loop Episode 9 – Bagel Bites Commercial
As the movie says, a lot can happen in two years. Or in our case, an hour that feels more like two years. Carrie or Samantha or Dr. Somebody (we’re never really sure who) are back for the victory lap they probably deserved but wasn’t really necessary and we’ve got to sit through the trailer as it plays on loop.
As near as we can tell the ladies are learning about international politics in Abu Dhabi, where ever that is. Needless to say, we were woefully unprepared for this one.
It’ll make your head spin! It’s the latest episode of Video Death Loop and it’s all about those iconic computer commercials that launched a thousand digital ships into the morass that was the internet. Dude, you’re getting a Dell!
While there are so many of these commercials that even a boss Pentium II processor would have problems counting them all, this week’s experiment features Mr. Foster, a beset computer shopper as well as a female friend of Stephen, the ubiquitous Dell dude.
She will never turn her back on a friend, she is always there to defend, she is the one on who we can de-pend, she is the subject of our latest episode of Video Death Loop!
Wait, that doesn’t even rhyme. It hardly matters though, as our minds were so devastated by the latest video clip that we had to watch on loop that nothing is ever going to make sense again.
Host for this week is John Hurst with Aaron Littleton as the blubbering (bubbling?) podcast version of Sailor Mercury, the objectively worst Sailor Scout. John’s diabolical video clip choice is the American DiC version of the Sailor Moon theme song.
Video Death Loop Episode 5 – Sailor Moon Theme Song
It’s another episode of Video Death Loop to be caught up in! This time, Aaron brings a hefty helping of 90s nostalgia in the form of leather jackets and cheap board game pieces! Milton Bradley’s Crossfire is defined on wikipedia states “The American commercial campaign for this product featured a compelling battle between two young men.” We’re going to learn just how deep that battle truly goes. Also, who’s going to win the Alternative Late Night Wars?!
Host for this week is Aaron Littleton, with John Hurst bringing intricate game knowledge and pro-tips. Aaron’s video clip is the Crossfire Commerical.
Video Death Loop Episode 4 – Crossfire Board Game Commercial