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Wonderful(R) Pistachios Invites America to "Get Crackin'"
Date:10/5/2009

i>Mobsters Do it with Muscle. Vincent Pastore plays the mobster part like a virtuoso. Decked in a sweat suit and popping his knuckles, he cracks his pistachio open by slamming the head of a thug on a table.
  • Newlyweds Do it Five Times a Day. Chris Knight and Adrianne Curry are caught on an electric green chaise in a post-coital embrace with nothing on but a bed sheet and a smile. As they giggle in newlywed bliss, he lovingly cracks open pistachios and feeds her.
  • Dara Torres Does it in Record Time. Approaching the starting block like an Olympic pro, Dara steps up to the edge to reveal not only her green toes, but a beautiful pistachio. When the buzzer rings, she picks up the pistachio and cracks it. . . in record time, of course.
  • Beauty Queens Do it Without a Clue. Lauren Caitlin Upton is resplendent in all her pageant glory, complete with a "Miss Wonderful" sash across her shoulder. She answers the question in a comically nonsensical way - and with a wink - that shows she's not just poking fun at herself, she's enjoying her pistachio.
  • Wee-Man does it Dangerously. Taking it to the extreme is part of Wee-Man's DNA. And, when a green baseball shoots out of a machine, it smacks him dead-center in the forehead - crackin' the nut, but not his noggin.
  • Quintuplets do it with Bounce. For once, five five-year-olds were encouraged to "bounce off the walls" - well, bounce around a set full of pistachios. Their method to the cracking is giant green bouncy balls. . . and lots of giggles!
  • A Dominatrix Does it on Command. A sexy dominatrix gingerly enters the scene and places a helpless pistachio on a black cabaret chair. With the snap of her 10-foot-long bull whip, she cracks the pistachio open on command. And, there were no special effects used in this spot!
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