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Desc:Seth Green tells you how expensive eating fast food can be
Category:Advertisements, Classic TV Clips
Tags:90s, seth green, cha-ching, snapps, Elliot Ness
Submitted:Chizmurder
Date:05/13/08
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snothouse
1. They are called "Rally's" in the North.
2. I never realized that was Seth Green. (SOUND OF ALL THE PIECES FALLING INTO PLACE)
chumbucket
1. Yeah the "Snapps" ending really threw my memory off. This was clearly Rallys
2. Same here...no clue that was Seth until just this moment. I wanted to kill him just as badly then as I do today.

bopeton
OH SNAPPS!
StanleyPain
Missing Elliot Ness tag.
positively
THE DRAMATIC CHANGES IN CLEVELAND BROUGHT ABOUT BY ELLIOT NESS AT ELEVEN
RomancingTrain
Fuck Joker, I want to know what Elliot Ness was up to in the '80s.
kingarthur
What the fuck is a Snapps? We have Rallys in New Orleans, but outside of there they call 'em Checkers. Checkers also seem to be greasier.
benchmark
From a quick Google search, Snapps was a local/regional fast food joint in Ohio. They were bought out by Checkers, and all Snapps locations became Rally's.

There are a few Rally's versions of this commercial on Youtube. I guess the company liked Seth Green's little gig enough to put their own name on it.

chumbucket
thanks...seems like an awful lot of effort went into these burger joint names and needing to change them.

Caminante Nocturno
Rally's had commercials that ripped off Gunsmith Cats.
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