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RocketBlender - 2010-06-30

What kind of self respecting man hits the salad bar.... THREE TIMES?!

boner - 2010-06-30

It's one of those salad bars where everything has mayonnaise on it. Potato salad, macaroni salad, deviled eggs... If there's any vegetables, they probably have cheese and bacon on top.

cognitivedissonance - 2010-06-30

What's sad is that I know of at least one still operational, although likely unconnected to any actual franchise in over two decades.

teenage mutant lisa turtle - 2010-06-30

Wasn't expecting the halibut joke

SixDigitDebt - 2010-06-30

With all that hair, campy music and chorus style vocals, I was kind of expecting something about fried chicken.

papercut_junky - 2010-06-30

This was a difficult time, the 70s, half way between now and then... between Obama and segregation.

It was a time when we were advanced enough not to assume a black man would only be interested in fried chicken, yet still racist enough to give him the only line that might be seen as questionably offensive.

Camonk - 2010-07-01

Okay okay we get it. You guys thought of the fried chicken joke before me. Stop rubbing it in. Assholes.

CapnJesusHood - 2010-06-30

Is there anything more 70's than TAB?

kingarthur - 2010-06-30

Annoying sidekicks with coke-bottle glasses who finish off your puns for you in their "googly voice"?

teenage mutant lisa turtle - 2010-06-30

Harvest gold?

dododge - 2010-07-03

I like how the coke being dispensed is almost clear as water, just like I'd expect from some crappy restaurant self-service machine.

Paracelsus - 2010-07-28

Hy Karate

Jeriko-1 - 2010-06-30

All of these people are dead.

Xenocide - 2010-06-30

The little boy, too? What cruel fate did he suffer?

Did he die after he finally burned down the last remaining Red Barn, allowing himself to be consumed in the raging flames, much like endless schoolyard taunts of "JUST FOR THE HALIBUT!" consumed his childhood? Or can it be said that he really died years earlier, when he first made his vow for revenge?

Of course not. He currently works as a landscaper in Bork Fields, Montana.

chumbucket - 2010-06-30

despite growing up in the 70's, each time I see "period" ads like these, I think that if I were now to go back to that time I'd feel terribly uncomfortable

Syd Midnight - 2010-06-30

When the Soviets saw stuff like this they were completely wrong about which parts of it were fiction.

twinkieafternoon - 2010-06-30

Both of those ladies at :14 are still single, and still getting together for luncheons at the last remaning Red Barn. The one in red won't admit that she is quietly frustrated with Glasses for being too naive, needy, and dependent as a friend their whole life and costing Red more time with men. He resentment comes through in her sighs, and occasionally snappy tone during disagreements.

Glasses talks mostly about which of their relatives are dead. And her cats.

Candlejackv616 - 2010-06-30

Eventually they agree to kill themselves in a suicide pact, of which Red insists Glasses go first...of course after this Red just walks off, enters the Red Barn has one last meal, then burns that motherfucker to the ground and starts a new life in Toronto under the name Suzanne Barnes.

Camonk - 2010-06-30

No you're not. You're having fried chicken and you motherfucking know it.

duck&cover - 2010-06-30

Red Dead Barn Redemption Restaurant.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-07-01

The 70's were so ugly.

joelkazoo - 2010-10-11

I genuinely love TaB.

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