SNL Transcripts: Jill Clayburgh: 02/28/76: Car Yummies


 Saturday Night Live Transcripts

  Season 1: Episode 15

75o: Jill Clayburgh / Leon Redbone

Car Yummies

Mechanic…..Garrett Morris
Spokesman…..Dan Aykroyd

[ open on exterior, gas station, as Mechanic grabs pump and falls out of view ] [ Spokesman steps forward with product in hand ]

Spokesman: I’m sure your whole family loves cheese! But one member never gets enough — your car! That’s why we created… Car Yummies. [ he holds up product ] Shaped like little traffic signs, Car Yummies provide ALL the essential additives your car needs. Plus: a hearty cheddar flavor that automobiles really go for!

[ Mechanic returns to scene ]

Mechanic: Pets like ’em, too!

Spokesman: Right you are, Ted! No motor vehicle can resist these tempting tank-sized chunks. Is it any wonder that Auto Trend Magazine called them “The perfect between-pump snack for cars on the go”?

Mechanic: And, take it from me: A well-fed car gives better mileage with fewer repairs.

Spokesman: As a reward, as an appetizer, or simply as a regular program of fuel supplement, why not treat your car… to Car Yummies!

Mechanic: Car Yummies! Gives your car pep and lets your car know that you care!

[ superimpose logo on screen ]

Announcer: Gull Oil. We care for your car.

[ dissolve to audience, zoom in on bearded man with SUPER: “Wearing Rubber Underwear” ] [ fade ]

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