Review of Magic Bullet Infomercial Now Online

Okay you Magic Bullet freaks (and I know you’re out there). By popular demand, the Ridiculous Infomercial Review finally takes on the infomercial for everyone’s favorite “personal, versatile countertop magician”—the Magic Bullet.

This is your invitation to the hung-over aftermath of Mick and Mimi’s “barbecue.” So pull up a stool beside Berman, try to avoid Hazel’s cigarette ash, and join the drunken yuppie party-goers as they watch Mick and Mimi perform “Magic Bullet fast magic.”

Check it out: Magic Bullet

I shudder to think of all the irate, semi-literate emails I’m going to get from clueless and humorless people because of this Magic Bullet review:

“i love using my magic bullet and I’m not a drunk or a hooker!!!!”

I’ll try to put up some video clips of the Magic Bullet infomercial soon.


  • 5 Responses to “Review of Magic Bullet Infomercial Now Online”

  • Next you should review the “magnassager” infomercial. It makes so many hilarious claims.

    Comment by Francois Tremblay on April 25, 2007 at 7:09 pm

  • I haven’t seen the Magnassager infomercial yet, but I’ll keep an eye out for it.

    Comment by Paul Lucas on April 26, 2007 at 10:44 am

  • You are most correct, Sir! I can watch this infomercial over and over. I guess I am waiting for an updated version to come along giving us more info on what really happened last night. I mean, why are all those people having breakfast with Mick and Mimi? And let’s see the house they are staying in. To have that many people sleep over must mean they have a mansion. Finally, I must confess. I bought a magic bullet and it does work. Keep up the good work. I love this site!

    Comment by Gary Cowen on May 1, 2007 at 3:23 am

  • This is one of my favorites. Many of the most popular infomercial tricks are present here, and it is very entertaining. When you try and apply some reality here, though, it presents some challenges (just like any good informecial does). Like everything they put in the Magic Bullet is “Magic Bullet” sized. Who has onions sized like golf balls? And who wants an omlette that is pulverized into an omlette bisque?

    The magic “extras” are great also. Notice how they don’t give too much airtime to the juicer attachment. It serves as an incentive to push your decision to buy, so it isn’t that important that it is completely worthless. Many applicance-sized juicers can’t cut the mustard, this coffee-cup sized thing has no chance.

    Comment by Jim on November 22, 2007 at 12:19 am

  • Didn’t that guy Mick do a commercial for the Red Devil grill? I just saw where it was being recalled. That and the one where Joe Ferrago of the Cathy Mitchell GT-Xpress 101 fame brought another outdoor grill to the masses. I think it was called the Q-Grill but those two guys with him were just weird.

    Comment by Kyle Varnell on May 22, 2008 at 3:48 am