Can you guess which products these Carol Burnett kitchen commercials are spoofing?

The only thing catchier than a great commercial is a parody of a great commercial.

Everyone has a commercial or jingle that gets stuck in their heads. Carol Burnett knew that the best way to celebrate these iconic clips of television was to spoof them.

Imagine if some of these scenarios really did happen in your home: A giant pitcher of fruit juice pummels through your wall. An anthropomorphic bee compliments your choice in cereal. Either of those out-of-this-world situations would be a terrifying encounter.

The brilliant Carol Burnett Show sketch "TV Commercials" shows a woman tormented by commercials as her home is invaded by product mascots.

Now, see if you can keep the products straight in this skit filled with funny allusions. Give it your best shot!

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  1. This surprise visitor lets Carol know that she could use some Lady Shlik to prevent any unwanted underarm stains. What product is he peddling?
  2. You may recognize this celebrity parody from when he was encouraging you to add Grape Nut Cereal to your morning breakfast. Who is this supposed to be?
  3. If the packaging didn't give it away, the parade of paired-off people should. What brand of gum is Carol poking fun at?
  4. Wall Street big-shot E.F. Hutton is the basis for the joke in this part of the skit. What was his ad slogan?
  5. This household staple reminds Carol that she shouldn't squeeze it. What's Carol tearing to pieces?
  6. He's out to make sure you avoid that old, chunky peanut butter at all costs. Recognize this logo parody?
  7. "Floor wax so shiny, you can see your reflection in it!" What's the name of the floor cleaner that Carol uses to clean up the floor mess?
  8. Where does Carol find this unwelcome visitor in her bathroom?
  9. He introduces himself as the...?

Can you guess which products these Carol Burnett kitchen commercials are spoofing?

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booster 1 month ago
8/9 I thought #5 was spoofing Charmin.
Flash 1 month ago
8/9 I missed #2 .. Who the heck is Euell Gibbons? lol
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Flash sportster1988 17 days ago
Uh sure ...I'm not buying it.... Next thing you'll be telling me is the singer Madonna is a virgin.. LMAO
Flash sportster1988 17 days ago
If I were a woodchuck I might believe you.. lol
Angie Flash 16 days ago
I don't know either. Process of elimination - I was pretty sure it wasn't either of the other two.
Jon Flash 4 days ago
I thought the Euell Gibbons parodies were hilarious. I even remember laughing at a Euell Gibbons parody in the kids' magazine DYNAMITE. In this parody, cops came to lock up Gibbons' mouth after he ate most of a forest.
AllisonWunderland 1 month ago
9/9...I remember every single one one of those commercials! I'm still laughing 😂
nerakr 1 month ago
6/9. Not bad considering all of them were guesses.
Flash nerakr 1 month ago
What's your pick on the next big lottery? lol
David 1 month ago
9 of 9. Euell Gibbons was a great start to this quiz.
Flash David 1 month ago
It would have been a better one if I knew him. lol
DouglasMorris 1 month ago
5/9! missed numbers 2,3,5, and 7.
15inchBlackandWhite 1 month ago
8 of 9. Haven't seen a good Euell Gibbons reference in ages.
Jeremy 1 month ago
I got six and I saw this sketch.
RobCertSDSCascap 1 month ago
8/9- very easy!
#5- Squeezably Soft Dick Wilson made
over 500 Mr. Whipple Charmin commercials.
Mister Whipple is a DORK!
Dorks don't get to make 500 commercials for the same product!
Flash sportster1988 15 days ago
You should look up the definition of the word DORK.. I'm pretty sure it'll make you laugh. It did me..
RobCertSDSCascap Flash 15 days ago
I know it, and still laugh about it occasionally
I learned it from a high school Brit Lit teacher kind enough
to graphically explain every dirty part of every Shakespeare
play he taught!
Flash RobCertSDSCascap 14 days ago
Now THAT comment left me with a big smile. Thanks for the morning giggle..
RobCertSDSCascap Flash 14 days ago
You're welcome!
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