Classic Breakfast Cereals (S2-E2)
The JabberGuys remember some of the classic breakfast cereals. We are sure you will recognize many of the brands and popular characters, as well as the role sugar played in these crazy cereals.
This cereal needs more sugar!!
Shreddies - made in Niagara Falls, Canada
What comes running out of forest fires? - Crispy Critters (1963)
Life - “Hey Mikey”
Clark Griswold’s cereal varnish, the “crunch enhancer”
Where is all the Count Chocula?
Saturday morning cartoon commercials were dominated by breakfast cereals
The Froot Loops taste test
The frustrations of opening the wax paper bag cereal packaging … arrgg!
“You Silly Rabbit … Trix are for kids!”
Cinnamon Toast Crunch (1984) - a party in your mouth
Frosted Flakes - (Introduced in 1952 as Sugar Frosted Flakes)
Thurl Ravenscroft was the voice of Tony the Tiger for 50 years.
Honey Nut Cheerios - one of the best-selling cereals!
A collection of Sugar Crisp cereal commercials
Cha remembers breaking a tooth on a wagon wheel snack
Lucky Charms - Do you leave the marshmallows to last?
Cocoa Puffs - ‘Sonny’ the Cuckoo bird
Educational cereals - Alpha-bits
The Rice Krispies routine
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