cognitivedissonance - 2010-07-22 The first time cameras have ever been allowed inside the LDS Temple, at long last.
Umaro - 2010-07-22 The kid on the right at the end totally was about to fall.
Scynne - 2010-07-23 "We'll set up a crash mat behind the counter, and he can fall on that with his arm out, so it'll look like he's leaning on the counter. We'll just cut it when he's at about 50 degrees."
"Why doesn't he just lean on the counter?"
"That's stupid. You're stupid."
fluffy - 2010-07-22 They still make these! Although I prefer just using an old-timey soda siphon (which they also still make!) and Torani syrup.
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-07-22 It wasn't until the mid-90's that the US government finally hunted down the last of the escaped Corey prototypes.
Redlof - 2010-07-22 I'm trying to make "bad homemade sodas" my gimmick but it's not really working out.
twinkieafternoon - 2010-07-23 It took 5 weeks of lessons, 2 a day, for /hour per kid, just to teach the choreography. The original set designer couldn't get out of a prior commitment in San Bernadino so they had to wait for the set pieces to come in from Italy. The African-shirt costume people even went on strike later that week. All before they even began filming the commercial for some crazy Finnish soda thing.
Naturally, after 46 freaking takes, the only time everything comes together and they do the dance right without breaking any props, the kid isn't in position and falls at the end.