Shout Out /
- In the New York area, there's a store called B&H, whose advertisements involve a guy named Dave and a robot named Hal.
- This Caesars Palace commercial ends with the narration, "What you call the greatest day of your life, we call 'Tuesday'."
- There's a Honda advertisement that uses the opening to the Waldstein Sonata by Beethoven.
- Some advertising for Sonic Heroes referenced The A-Team quite heavily, such as a magazine ad◊ aping the famous opening narration or the (now-defunct) website using a slightly changed snippet of the theme.
- Trojan Condoms: In The Aeneid the Greek army gets into a giant horse, which gets through the enemy's defenses. Men inside a horse, inside the enemy's walls. Pure Faux Symbolism. And then, after penetrating the enemy fortress, the horse bursts open and all the soldiers inside start rampaging everywhere. They probably intended for it to be a reference to the Trojan Walls, which were so impenetrable that after ten years of keeping the Greeks out they had to resort to the horse trick, but that's not where peoples' minds end up going.
- Advertising billboards for a flatrate internet package included Doom HUD as seen here◊ and here.
- A Filipino snack ad best described, as one comment put it, as "SACRILEGE TO LUCKY STAR." In terms of character designs, Sailor Moon wasn't spared either.
- A commmercial for Virtual Boy Wario Land ended with Wario saying "Wait till they get a load of me!"