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Nostalgic Commercial Specials 1-7 

Many have asked for it so here it is. The first 7 commercials specials from the Nostalgia Critic all in one massive video. Enjoy.


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Episode credited cast:
Doug Walker ... Nostalgia Critic / Big Brother / Chester A. Bum / Office Worker #1 / Father / Boss / Creepy Father / Bully / Frosted Mini-Wheats Adult / Batman / Tuffy the Tiger (archive footage)
Malcolm Ray Malcolm Ray ... Commercial Announcer - voice / Reggie / Winkle Guard / Office Worker #2 / Satan / Commercial Boy / Employee #1 / Little Boy / Emcee / Eggo Commercial Kid (archive footage)
Tamara Chambers ... Commercial Girl / Frozen Kid / Employee #2 / Little Girl / Frosted Mini-Wheats Child / Tuffy Commercial Kid / Eleven / Batgirl (archive footage)
James Jarosz James Jarosz ... Lawyer / Employee #2 / Commercial Bully #2 / Little Boy #2 (archive footage)
Rachel Tietz Rachel Tietz ... Reggie's Mom - voice / Critic's Mom - voice / Wicked Witch of the West / Little Sister (archive footage)
Rob Walker Rob Walker ... Dino-Rob / Tom / Power Rangers Alarm (archive footage)
Joe Vargas Joe Vargas ... Angry Joe / Joe El (archive footage)
Greg Sestero ... Mark (archive footage)
Don Bluth ... Don Bluth (archive footage)
Walter Banasiak Walter Banasiak ... Commercial Bully #1 (archive footage)
Jay Chapman Jay Chapman ... Zack (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mary Tyler Moore ... Herself (archive footage)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Micro Machines Announcer (archive footage)
Linda Parker Linda Parker ... Herself (archive footage)


Many have asked for it so here it is. The first 7 commercials specials from the Nostalgia Critic all in one massive video. Enjoy.

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Comedy | Talk-Show



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10 December 2016 (USA) See more »

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The Critic claims the Batgirl PSA was made in the '60s, but at the ad's end, the date clearly says 1973. He also claims that the actor playing Batman in the PSA is Adam West, but this is, in fact, another actor, as West refused to play Batman again. (He would ultimately embrace the part in later years.) See more »

Crazy Credits

The Critic interrupts the opening sequence. See more »


Edited from Nostalgia Critic: Conquest of the Commercials (2015) See more »

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Commerical Nolstalgia
3 October 2019 | by hellraiser7See all my reviews

This is my fourth favorite episode (ok, it's a series of episodes but rolled into one). This so sort of what MST3K and RiffTrax are to the Shorts. Here it's on commercials of yesteryear. Yeah, back then in my age there were a lot of colorful and interesting commercials, some good, some bad, and some bizarre. I'll state at least a few I liked from the specials.

Laser Tag Second Commercial: Just like the first one, the second is just as good. In this one it's obviously inspired by the movie "Rollerball" as we see the skate track and everyone trying to nail each other while in motion. Like that last moment where we see the bad guy has nailed everyone but one name Rocky (ironic movie reference) and Rocky calls him but and both go one on one, who winds you'll have to see for yourself. It was funny when the critic points out what Rocky yells out which even, I have no idea what he just said.

Laser Pro 9000: This is another pretty cool one despite the fact this laser tag product didn't sell as well. But it was a cool commercial all the same, their always done like action films. This ad it seems to take place in the future, and we see one faction of teens (though they look rather old to be teens) come to some futuristic club and must fight off some futuristic gang in a laser tag battle. Really like the dark futuristic industrial settings in that commercial. Though as the critic pointed out it starts are kind of strange as it seems like it's also another ad, but also how the guy poorly delivers the name of that product.

HBO 1983 bumper: Really love how the Critic gave this HBO bumper phrase but also on who we need to see bumpers like this for that channel again. I highly agree, personally I miss seeing bumpers like this for most channels, if you're going to advertise for your channel at least make it interesting and entertaining. That music was cool which sounds like it cold of been a theme for a Football special.

Crossfire: Yeah, this commercial is awesome, I remember seeing this as a kid and enjoyed the heck out of it. It was cool because it took place in the far future and you saw two opponents just playing against one another. That music was just awesome, and it was also thrilling to watch as you wondering who is going to blow away who. The critics reactions to this commercial on key with how any of us felt seeing it. On a side note really like the little skit in that top 11 Avatar episode seeing both the Nostalgia Critic and actor/voice actor Dante Basco play against each other with the Crossfire which was funny.

So, tune into this Farmers Market of ads, just like some of the products advertised their relics of history.

Rating: 4 stars

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