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Red Lobster Commercial - Red Lobster Shrimp Special
In the new Red Lobster commercial that is now airing, it is a publicity for a 30 shrimp special. The red lobster "scientists" have a fake waiter holding a dish and they are trying to find out how many shrimp they can put on the plate without the waiter dropping the plate. When they place the 30th shrimp on the plate, the plate and the fake waiter's arm fall to the floor. The scientist then say "perfect!!", as if they had found the maximum number--30. The slip up is, if 30 was the perfect number, it would be the maximum amount of shrimp without making it fall, not the amount that the waiter cant hold.
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Athensmack on 11-30-2001
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Veronica writes:
Shouldn't this be on the T.V. page?
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Lucky writes:
I found that quite funny, although my favorite is still Pepe (the spokes-shrimp) for Long John silvers. I think that it's just a commercial, don't worry about it. I think that they were trying to find the exact number that is really "too much" and then give that to them. Give them a break, it was a bunch of actors playing scientists and a mannequin carrying shrimp!
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J_B_007 writes:
well maybe they wanted a way to weed out the bad waiters, so that the ones who could only hold 29 would be fired
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ConanaBanana02 writes:
veronica--this IS the tv page.
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