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* TheyKilledKennyAgain: Pizza Head often dies or is left in critical condition in his commercials.


* {{Crossover}}: Had one with ''Franchise/StarWars'' to promote a campaign that was going on at the time where you would get a free ''Star Wars'' Poster if you bought a kids pizza.

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* {{Crossover}}: Had one with ''Franchise/StarWars'' to promote a campaign that was going on at the time where you would get a free ''Star Wars'' Poster poster if you bought a kids pizza.


* {{Crossover}}: Had one with ''Franchise/StarWars'' to promote a campaign that was going on at the time where you would get a free ''Star Wars'' comic if you bought a kids pizza.

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* {{Crossover}}: Had one with ''Franchise/StarWars'' to promote a campaign that was going on at the time where you would get a free ''Star Wars'' comic Poster if you bought a kids pizza.


** The model Pizza Hut restaurant seen at the beginning of the commercials would almost always inevitably get destroyed during TheStinger.

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** The model Pizza Hut restaurant seen at the beginning of the commercials would almost always inevitably get gets destroyed during TheStinger.


* RunningGag: The unseen human keeps bringing out Steve the pizza cutter in different disguises. Pizza Head sees right through the disguise and responds with "Hey, that's no [x]!" The unseen human keeps giving him reassurance that "Sure, he is!"

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The unseen human keeps bringing out Steve the pizza cutter in different disguises. Pizza Head sees right through the disguise and responds with "Hey, that's no [x]!" The unseen human keeps giving him reassurance that "Sure, he is!"is!"
** The model Pizza Hut restaurant seen at the beginning of the commercials would almost always inevitably get destroyed during TheStinger.


* AlienEpisode: In one commercial, a group of aliens named the "Stevians" abduct Pizza Head and warp him so that he's upside-down, with his crust on the bottom.

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* AlienEpisode: In one commercial, commercial for Pizza Hut's "stuffed crust" pizza, a group of aliens named the "Stevians" abduct Pizza Head and warp him so that he's upside-down, into "Stuffed Crust Pizza Head", with his a cheese-filled crust on the bottom.bottom of his body.



* CastOfExpies: All of the characters draw inspiration from ''Series/MrBill''. Pizza Head is based off of Mr. Bill himself, being constantly injured just like him; the unseen human is based off of Mr. Hands, which is evident by the fact that only his hands are ever seen on-screen; and Steve the pizza cutter seems to be based on Mr. Sluggo, since both are silent antagonists. {{Justified|Trope}} as the commercials were, in fact, done by Mr. Bill creator Walter Williams.

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* CastOfExpies: All of the characters draw inspiration from ''Series/MrBill''. Pizza Head is based off of Mr. Bill himself, being constantly injured just like him; the unseen human is based off of Mr. Hands, which is evident by the fact that only his hands are ever seen on-screen; and Steve the pizza cutter seems to be based on Mr. Sluggo, since both are silent antagonists. {{Justified|Trope}} as the commercials were, in fact, done [[ParodyAssistance directed by Mr. Bill creator Walter Williams.Williams]].

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to the Mr. Bill Show. Pizza Head is never depicted with a family or dog, so he's the only one who suffers. He also tends to be subjected to more cartoony AmusingInjuries as opposed to Mr. Bill, who would often get dismembered, decapitated, or squashed.

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* DepravedKidsShowHost: Just like [[Series/MrBill Mr. Hands]], the human delights in Pizza Head's suffering, even while pretending to be his friend and co-host.


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* ExcitedKidsShowHost: Pizza Head tries to be this, but Steve and the human have other ideas.


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* SadistShow: The commercials have two purposes: to advertise Pizza Hut and its assorted promotions for kids, and see how much hell Pizza Head can be put through.


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* SilentAntagonist: Despite all the tormenting he subjects Pizza Head to, Steve never utters a word. Averted with the Stevians, who do most of the talking the human would normally do.


* CastOfExpies: All of the characters draw inspiration from ''Series/MrBill''. Pizza Head is based off of Mr. Bill himself, being constantly injured just like him; the unseen human is based off of Mr. Hands, which is evident by the fact that only his hands are ever seen on-screen; and Steve the pizza cutter seems to be based on Sluggo, since both are silent antagonists.

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* CastOfExpies: All of the characters draw inspiration from ''Series/MrBill''. Pizza Head is based off of Mr. Bill himself, being constantly injured just like him; the unseen human is based off of Mr. Hands, which is evident by the fact that only his hands are ever seen on-screen; and Steve the pizza cutter seems to be based on Mr. Sluggo, since both are silent antagonists.antagonists. {{Justified|Trope}} as the commercials were, in fact, done by Mr. Bill creator Walter Williams.


The Pizza Head Show is a series of commercials for Pizza Hut which aired from 1993 to 1997 and features a little pizza slice with eyes and a mouth named Pizza Head as its protagonist. He's treated very much like Series/MrBill, being constantly injured by a mostly off-screen human and to a lesser extent by a pizza cutter named Steve.

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The Pizza Head Show is a series of commercials for Pizza Hut which aired from 1993 to 1997 and features a little pizza slice with eyes and a mouth named Pizza Head as its protagonist. He's treated very much like Series/MrBill, being constantly injured by a mostly off-screen human and to a lesser extent by a silent pizza cutter named Steve.

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* CastOfExpies: All of the characters draw inspiration from ''Series/MrBill''. Pizza Head is based off of Mr. Bill himself, being constantly injured just like him; the unseen human is based off of Mr. Hands, which is evident by the fact that only his hands are ever seen on-screen; and Steve the pizza cutter seems to be based on Sluggo, since both are silent antagonists.
* TheChewToy: Pizza Head almost never gets a break from the constant injuries brought on by Steve and the human's antics.

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* BlatantLies: Pizza Head notices that the human has just brought out Steve in a disguise and says "That's no [x]!", to which the human responds with "Sure, he is!". Of course, Steve is an easily-recognizable pizza cutter, disguise or not, rendering that argument a moot point.


The Pizza Head Show is a series of commercials for Pizza Hut which aired from 1993 to 1997 and features a little pizza slice with eyes and a mouth named Pizza Head as its protagonist. He's treated very much like [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Mr. Bill]], being constantly injured by a mostly off-screen human and to a lesser extent by a pizza cutter named Steve.

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The Pizza Head Show is a series of commercials for Pizza Hut which aired from 1993 to 1997 and features a little pizza slice with eyes and a mouth named Pizza Head as its protagonist. He's treated very much like [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Mr. Bill]], Series/MrBill, being constantly injured by a mostly off-screen human and to a lesser extent by a pizza cutter named Steve.

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* AlienEpisode: In one commercial, a group of aliens named the "Stevians" abduct Pizza Head and warp him so that he's upside-down, with his crust on the bottom.


The Pizza Head Show is a 90's advertising campaign for Pizza Hut which features a little pizza slice with eyes and a mouth as its protagonist. He's treated very much like [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Mr. Bill]], being constantly injured by a mostly off-screen human and to a lesser extent by a pizza cutter named Steve.

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The Pizza Head Show is a 90's advertising campaign series of commercials for Pizza Hut which aired from 1993 to 1997 and features a little pizza slice with eyes and a mouth named Pizza Head as its protagonist. He's treated very much like [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Mr. Bill]], being constantly injured by a mostly off-screen human and to a lesser extent by a pizza cutter named Steve.

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