It's time for the annual station break, as the Nostalgia Critic sits back to view more wacky, hilarious, strange, bizarre, creepy and even somewhat dark commercials from days of yore. So many memories and weird vibes are revisited, like Tony the Tiger making you an athlete, the Burger King Kids Club being inclusive, kids going to outrageous lengths to steal their parents' waffles, Batgirl attempting to shatter the glass ceiling, and, while he finds a Canadian PSA that's innocent, he finds a British one that literally quite shocking.
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The critic reviews ads for
- The Spider-Man Atari Game
- The Federal Express Air Cargo Playset
- Kellogg's Frosted Flakes
- The Burger King Kid's Club
- First Gameboy Commercial
- Talking Care Bears
- McDonald's - Mac Tonight
- My Interactive Pooh
- Batman Equal Pay PSA
- Canadian PSA - The North American House Hippo
- British PSA - "Electricity: Football"
- Starburst - Berries and Cream
- Little Baby's Ice Cream
After being horrified by a British commercial, the Critic tells Britain they can keep their Terry Gilliam
. Gilliam was born in the United States, but he became a British citizen in the '60s and he later renounced his American citizenship. See more
[re: McDonald's commercial featuring Mac Tonight
This character was kind of cool. He was called Mac Tonight, also known as Moon Man. His whole purpose was to let you know that McDonald's is open later and, dare we say, a classy place to hang out at night? The answer is no, you may not dare to say that.