The best fakes from movies and TV that we wish were real

Have you ever watched SpongeBob SquarePants And you thought to yourself, “Hey, can I really go get a Krabby Patty”? Stand over the copier’s empty paper tray, wishing to order more paper from the Michael Scott Paper Company, as shown on the desk? Order an anvil launcher from Arabco, as in Looney Tunes? You’re not alone – movies and TV have a wellspring of products that aren’t in the real world. Some have even made the leap from screen to reality. In fact, someone might be enjoying a refreshing Duff splint at Universal Studios right now (like Sexy and Stupid Flanders). So even though these pretty items only stay on display, there’s always a chance, right?

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Michael Scott Paper Company Paper in the Office (2005-2013)

As seen in the fifth season of the deskthe start-up paper company, which Pam works for (Jenna Fisher) , Rayan (BJ Novak), and of course Michael Scott (Steve Carell), begins in earnest to break into Dunder Mifflin’s agents. It is not sustainable, of course. Low prices and consistent pricing would have doomed the company in a matter of days. Key words: Will be. Dunder Mifflin thinks the only way to stop the bleeding is to buy the Michael Scott Paper Company, and they do, being on Michael’s terms. Anyone can buy Dunder Mifflin-branded paper, from Amazon and a number of other places, but learning about the bright spark that was MSPCP would be great.

Tracy Jordan’s Meat Machine at 30 Rocks (2006-2013)

It is really perfect. Take any three types of meat you want, put them in the Tracy Jordan meat machine, and you’ll have one delicious food ball, without having to struggle with the baking part. Meat is the new bread! Unless the scorching grease is not scattered everywhere. If you can’t trust a product made in North Korea, via Winnipeg, via Stanford, via Colorado, what can you trust? But we’ll never know the joys of owning our own Tracy Jordan meat machine, thanks to its powerful baking presses. The closest we’ll get is the KFC Double-Down.

Sex Panther Cologne in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)

Sex Panther cologne is an item that you actually are Can Scented with notes of juniper and lavender. but we want truly Something, not some real world, non-stop attack. The illegal person in 9 countries. One made from parts of real leopards. The ones that work 60% of the time each time, with a fragrant scent reminiscent of pure gasoline, used diapers with Indian food, or Bigfoot’s…um, Bigfoot.

Flaubert in Flaubert (1997)

Flaubert, “Flying Rubber,” is the brainchild of wandering professor Philip Brainard (Robin Williams). On his third wedding day to Dr. Sarah Jane Reynolds (Marcia Gay Harden) – after the absent-minded forgot to attend the first two – Professor invented Flubber, a rubber that allows things to fly through the air. Brainard uses Flubber in a number of ways, coating a golf ball and bowling ball with it, applying it to his Ford Thunderbird to make it fly, and applying it to his college basketball team’s shoes, giving the unskilled an edge. in their next game. However, there are a lot of things one can use it for: rescuing kittens from trees, as an alternative to a broken elevator, catching planes for those without flights, step mothers, and much more.

Mattel Hoover’s Paintings in Back to the Future Part Two (1989)

unlike common beliefMattel has never created a hoverboard, which is an honest shame. Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) Just make it look so easy Back to the future part two. Just think – you’ll fly over potholes, cracks in sidewalks, or even small furry rodents, all without ever falling off your board. Sigh, probably too, especially for those of us who would end up, wheels or no wheels, with a face meeting berth regardless.

Mockolate in Friends (1994-2004)

Hmmm…sarcastic…oh, season 2, episode 8, “The One with the List”, why are you making fun of us with that? An all-artificial chocolate alternative, advertised as being better than chocolate, has never had a chance to turn Thanksgiving into a mucolat holiday. Alas, the smooth, bubbling sensation that crumbles in your hand, with a taste that only has a hint of what evil must taste like, will never be ours. There may still be hope for fish-tachios, provided the person is not allergic to cat hair.

‘The Homer’ in The Simpsons (1989-present)

“Strong as a gorilla, but soft and produces like a nerf ball.” Without a doubt, Homer is the perfect car. Two bubble domes, one in the front and one in the back for kids’ extrication (comes with optional restraints and muzzles. Engine sound that makes people think Armageddon is close. Three horns play “La Cucaracha” when pressed. Huge size cup holders for those with high-protein giant beef or Wheatgrass roast. Shaggy rugs, tail fins, and even a metal bowl to decorate a hood. How do you Not Want it in your driveway? On top of that, what else could $82,000 get you these days?

Happy Fun Ball (Saturday Night Live, 1975-present)

she is happy! it is fun! It’s Happy Fun Ball, the sensational game that’s sweeping the nation, for only $14.95! Wow, only $14.95 for something that brings happiness And the Have fun together? Yes please! Just ignore the long laundry list of side effects and warnings. It’s not like Happy Fun Ball is Lawn Darts, because they cry out loud. However, it is highly suggested that no one should make fun of Happy Fun Ball.

MagnaVolt in RoboCop 2 (1990)

When was the last time someone cared about a car alarm? They’ve become so familiar that they assume they’ve accidentally set off, and aren’t useful in a situation where someone is trying to steal your car. This is why we need to Magna Volt. In the case of automated theft, he lowers two metal belts and shocks the offender to death before he escapes. Simply open the door, let the smoke corpse fall to the floor, and go on with your day. No alarm noise, no police intervention, just the satisfaction of knowing you have the most effective automatic security system ever. It never even runs out of a car battery, and is an eco-friendly solution to the never-ending problem of car theft.

ACME Products at Looney Tunes (1930-present)

While the odds are good that we’ll never need to catch a driver on the road, that doesn’t mean we can’t use some of the amazing products ACME has to offer. Never be late again, thanks to rocket-powered skates, or jet-propelled unicycles. Run like the wind with our Triple Strength Strengthening Calf Muscle Vitamins. Take the stress out of the holiday with a Christmas wrapping machine doing all the wrapping while the Little-Giant Snow Cloud Seeder makes an instant white Christmas. Instant rocks to use when rocks are needed, and of course ACME’s Anvil brand. Watch out, Amazon!

Crappy dumplings in Spongebob Squarepants (1999-present)

Why should Bikini Bottom residents be the only ones who enjoy delicious Krabby Patty, the signature hamburger from the famous Krusty Krab? Forget Beyond Meat, VegeMeat, or `I Can’t Believe This Is Not Meat! ”: Krabby Patty is a vegan’s dream—a 100% secret pie with infused cheese, pickles, lettuce, tomato, and onion, all between two fluffy seaweed buns. There is literally no reason why Mr. Krabs (Clancy BrownHe hasn’t been able to unlock the Krusty Krab franchise on Earth, but until he does, or at least until he gives up the secret formula, we’ll never know the sweet taste of Krabby Patty. possibly plankton (Doug Lawrence) Can you open the Bucket Chum?

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