5, no 6 Awesome Things on eBay this week
I am not positive what Colt Seavers has to do with a Target set but seeing as he was a stunt man, you could sell a Colt Seavers space helmet I guess.
As an enthusiast of the Drive-In culture, I heartily recommend putting one of these in your rumpus room when you’re watching your Blu-Ray restoration of “Death Machines” on your 4k TV. Also get an air fryer, that totally helps as well.
I really wonder if this is officially licensed, it’s so silly and lazy in a good way. Is there a Kato?
I hope historians find one of these in the year 3949 and try to figure it out. I sure can’t. Why did we merchandise a clever Hamburger commercial? I mean it’s cute but not timeless like the “Whaassssup” guys from Budweiser (still funny!). Which reminds me, one of my co-workers just blurted out “I’m not the Herb you’re looking for” in a meeting a while back and nobody but me got the reference. It was amazing.
If only these could connect you to Richard Dean Anderson.
I forget that we once made toys for children based on political leader’s kids but this totally happened. Amy Carter also inspired this kind of Awesome playset too, although that White House is super duper out of scale.
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6 Awesome Things on eBay this week