Review #2100656 is a subjective opinion of poster. Come on already with the little obese kid with the glasses singing about a damn hamburger. Real people commercials are lame. In a document hidden so far inside of a zip file that I had to Google how to access it was a list of paid talent by the Sonic Corporation. It won the Oscar for best song, beating some other great pop tunes including "That Old Black Magic" and "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To.". Please fire your new marketing agency. Watch, interact and learn more about the songs, characters, and celebrities that appear in your favorite Sonic Drive-In TV Commercials. A: The drive-in restaurant chain decided to introduce "a new marketing campaign that focuses on real customers and their experiences," Forbes.com reported in February. They are just annoying.I like your food but your commercials get on my nerves..Can't you come up with something clever? Q: I've been watching "Cheers" on Netflix for a few months now. — John Daniel, Albuquerque, N.M. Improv comedians T.J. Jagodowski and Peter Grosz have played the two quirky Sonic guys since 2002. Review #2142406 is a subjective opinion of poster. The world needs a little humor, not more irritations. A: Yes. Watch the commercial, share it with friends, then discover more great Sonic Drive-In TV commercials on iSpot.tv Who are the two guys in the car in the Sonic commercials? The new ones msje me wNt to go to McDonald's, The old commercial brought light to a dark day the new one suck and make me feel bad please help. He is so annoying that I've stopped eating at Sonic! From 2002 to 2012 and 2014 on, Jagodowski has starred as one half of the "Two Guys" for the Sonic Drive-In commercials alongside fellow improviser Peter Grosz. What can we help you with? Your California Privacy Rights/Privacy Policy. They are very boring.Sorry. I never see them anymore. User's recommendation: Don’t watch the commercials. But I can't seem to remember who sang it, although Dick Haymes keeps coming to mind. The new service is available in free and paid versions (see peacocktv.com) and just adds to the streamers vying for programs and customers — not only Hulu and CBS All Access, but Netflix, Apple TV+, Disney+, Acorn TV, Prime Video and much more. I cannot find it anywhere else. Q: I remember watching a teleplay (maybe on PBS) in the late '70s that was about a group of female college friends. Review #2263980 is a subjective opinion of poster. At one time it was my favorite burger place. Box 417, Mogadore, OH 44260, or brenfels@gmail.com. It is not his appearance that I am agitated with but the arrogance and obviously playing for the camera... Honey boo boo comes to mind. Write to Rich Heldenfels, P.O. In other cases, like this, something clicks in my mental vault, from my own decades of viewing. For some reason I think it was a Disney show, but might be wrong. And Peacock, the new streaming service from NBCUniversal, has that classic sitcom among its offerings. But the two new ones are horrible. Do you remember this? Some advertisers may pay us for this ad to appear on our website or provide us with a referral fee. Q: Michael Buble has sung "You'll Never Know" a cappella. Review #2127904 is a subjective opinion of poster. What happened? Bring back the guys. Do you know? I really dislike the new Sonic commercials. The promotion of obesity is not a great message. Remembering my father saying it was based on a true story and he should have been listed with all the other heroes of the West. It originally aired on PBS' "Great Performances.". Review #2089811 is a subjective opinion of poster. Bring back the sonic guys, yes they were silly but they always let me know what was new. People should not talk with food in their mouth that's disgusting . "The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca" was one of the live-action shows Disney tried out after the success of "Davy Crockett," airing under the Disney banner, with Robert Loggia as the title character. User's recommendation: Bring back the old day. This, is BREAKING news. A musicians union strike at the time kept instrumentalists out of recording studios for the most part. But I can't find it listed on IMDb. Review #2134153 is a subjective opinion of poster.