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Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/22/15, 20:00

I didn't know that Loblaws was a Canadian chain, or that it still existed. My grandmother, used to shop there.
The Drawponies Scandal
04/22/15, 19:36

5 stars for calling it the "the drawpony scandal" and not "Tracergate" or some similar "Gate" bullshit.

Didn't watch the video, though.
Boston Legal: Denny Crane, Hostage Negotiator.
04/22/15, 16:38

Denny Crane.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/22/15, 14:55

My feeling is that if doesn't come up in a search for "William Shatner", it might as well not be a dupe. It's only a dupe if you can find the original.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/22/15, 14:54

People were older back then.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/22/15, 14:53

I DID see these on TV in upstate New York in the 70s. Loblaws is long gone from the area, though I can still remember where their two stores were located.

It was after Star Trek TOS and before Star Trek the Motion Picture. The Show was going gangbusters in syndication, but the cast may not have been seeing a whole lot of money from that. Shatner had his recognizable face, and that's what he traded on. After 1980, he did some great Star Trek Themed commercials. (Do we have the one where he plays video games with the Gorn? ) But he didn't have to actually go out and be a spokesman, and say things like "Bill Shatner for Loblaws", which I know he did once or twice.
Penis
04/22/15, 14:06

John Holmes Motherfucker commented on & rated Penis
Penis
04/22/15, 14:05

Vagina?
Porn 101
04/21/15, 19:16

I'm about to google Bonnie Rotten.
Experience the horror of Big Mouth Masks
04/21/15, 15:46

>>For me, I guess the deciding factor will be whether or not the mouth part's got a hole through it, big enough for my dong.

Is this why you wanted a picture of me, Homer?
Experience the horror of Big Mouth Masks
04/21/15, 15:45

Pithy observations aside, we need things like that because everybody loves toys, and (if it really works like it does in the ad), this is an excellent one.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/21/15, 13:29

Explaining a joke is usually a kind of autopsy, but here goes.

"Bob Loblaw" is a perfectly coherent and true to life first name and It's a perfectly coherent and true to life last name that somehow manage to sound like gibberish together, and they also sound like Blah blah blah, which is a good funny name for a lawyer speaking deadpan in a commercial.

I think its hilarious. If you don't agree, I can't find fault with that Peace be with you.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/21/15, 12:27

Actually it was BLLB made me think of this.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/21/15, 12:22

I recently saw the first Star Trek movie for the first time in years. It was released in 1979. Does anybody else think that the look of the crew seems influenced by disco fashions? I guess that makes sense; on TOS the fashions seem influenced by Mod.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/21/15, 12:07

Loblaws used to be in upstate NY, but it turns out they're mostly a Canadian chain, which may explain how Shatner became their spokesperson. It also may explain the commercial where he appears on an ice rink in full hockey gear. Wish I could have found that one.

I love Bill Shatner. Not the greatest actor ever, but often underrated, and at this point famous for not taking himself too seriously. I respect him for tackling these spokesperson gigs (he also did Promise Margarine) with convincing enthusiasm. Watching him here, I don't feel embarrassed for him like I thought I would. A successful actor knows that a successful actor is an actor with WORK.
Unendurable Young Person Talks At Camera
04/21/15, 10:06

I hope for his sake that 10 years from now, he's got the good sense to be mortified.
Experience the horror of Big Mouth Masks
04/21/15, 07:42

It's new to me.
Urine Therapy - The Free Cure to Every Disease - A Panacea - Good Health
04/21/15, 06:03

The Romans used urine for cleaning greasy laundry, and for gargling. Apparently, urine is high acidic, so it has many uses. I guess it was sort of the Roman equivalent of baking soda (although chemically, they're sort of opposites, right?)
Arrested Development - Bob Loblaw's Commercial
04/20/15, 22:34

Loblaw's used to be the name of a supermarket chain. Bill Shatner was their spokesman for a time during the lean years between Star Trek TOS and the Motion Picture
Jill Sobule- I Kissed A Girl
04/20/15, 22:31

Five stars for not being Katy Perry.

You must have a pretty high threshold of dykey.

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