Taco Bell Shows A Dramatic Fight Over The Last Nacho

When there’s only one left of a food item, it can be awkward to determine who gets the last one. That’s what happens to this group of friends and/or roommates quarreling over the last nacho. They have a wild, slapstick brawl which spills out of their own (quite nice looking) apartment and literally breaks though the wall of their neighbor. Whoops. But now finally, Taco Bell has nachos you don’t have to fight over with their Nachos Party Pack. The song playing is “Let’s Get Together” sung by Hayley Mills in The Parent Trap.

Roll Up To A Pool Party With Taco Bell’s Rolled Chicken Tacos Party Pack

Rolled Chicken Tacos have made their triumphant yearly return at Taco Bell, and they’re sure hard to put down. We’ve already seen how Rolled Chicken Tacos can affect a superficial, Instagram-fueled relationship, and now Brett’s female friends are annoyed that he’s hesitating to take their picture at a glamorous-looking pool party. The poor Grubhub guy might have to do it. Maybe he’ll get an extra tip?

 

Taco Bell’s Triple Double Crunchwrap Distracts This Couple From A Meteor Shower

Meteor showers are a majestic site to behold. But for this young couple, a meteor shower has got nothing on Taco Bell’s Triple Double Crunchwrap, what with double the beef and double the layers you love. And with the $5 Triple Double Crunchwrap Box, you also get a crunchy taco, cinnamon twists, and a medium drink. What a steal! As for the meteor shower…maybe next decade. It’s the second fast food commercial involving stargazing that I’ve written about on here in recent months.

Taco Bell’s Rolled Chicken Tacos Are Back, Much To The Delight Of This Instagram Boyfriend

Taco Bell’s popular Rolled Chicken Tacos have made their triumphant yearly return. The guy in this ad is an “Instagram Boyfriend.” He takes shots of his girl all over the world, with all different kinds of poses. But now that Rolled Chicken Tacos are back, his hands are tied and conflict is a-brewin’. Seems that his girlfriend gets upset when he can’t capture “Sunset Heart Hands.” Haha. Abigail Klein plays the girlfriend…anyone know who’s the Instagram Boyfriend?

 

Tuesday Throwback: Taco Bell And “I Melt With You”

Modern English’s “I Melt With You” is a classic ’80s song that’s widely considered to be one of the best (some say the best) one-hit wonders of all time. It’s a romantic, catchy tune about making love while an atomic bomb is dropped (the ’80s really had some great songs about nuclear war). Anyway, in this 2007 commercial, Taco Bell took “melt” in a different direction to advertise its Cheesy Beefy Melt. The peoples’ stupidly happy faces are amusing, and the Grim Reaper enjoying a Cheesy Beefy Melt with a middle-aged man on a park bench is darkly hilarious. I feel like I also remember “I Melt With You” being used in a Burger King commercial when I was a kid, but I can’t find that anywhere.

Taco Bell’s $1 Belluminati

Taco Bell’s got a new and improved dollar menu and in these spots, they show a mysterious secret society behind the power of the dollar. That secret society is called The Belluminati. Ugh.

Taco Bell: If You’ve Got Rolled Chicken Tacos, You Might End Up Awkwardly Chest Bumping Your Girlfriend’s Ex

Jake and Jen are dating. Jake is a fan of Taco Bell’s Rolled Chicken Tacos. They’re out and about, when they run into Mark, Jen’s meathead-looking ex. The introduction between Jake and Mark couldn’t be more uncomfortable. Mark calls Jake “chief” (ugh), and goes in for a handshake. But Jake’s too busy enjoying his Rolled Chicken Tacos, and he’s got no free hands. So Jake does what seems logical, and chest bumps the much taller Mark. Wow. Mark is played by Brett Davis, and Jen is played by Alexandra Siegel. Jen’s got a new guy since last year, but she apparently has a thing for awkward men who love Rolled Chicken Tacos. Anyone know who plays Jake?

This Genius Man Finds A Way To Hold A Baby AND Eat Taco Bell’s Rolled Chicken Tacos

Rolled Chicken Tacos are back at Taco Bell. The guy in this ad is so passionate about them that he hesitates to hold his friends’ baby. But goaded on by his new girlfriend (perhaps an audition of sorts…) and the baby’s dad, he finds a novel solution to his problem. Who said American innovation is dead? The boyfriend is played by Josh Duvendeck, his girlfriend is Alexandra Siegel, and Camille Collard is the mom. Also, the “hold my baby, man” dad is played by Tanner Rittenhouse.

Mike Shows Up To A Hipster Fondue Party With A Taco Bell Cheesy Core Burrito

I don’t think Mike will be invited again to hang out with Alan and his friends. Whatever…they seem super pretentious. Mike is played by Connor Del Rio.

George Takei Promotes Taco Bell’s Quesalupa

If you’re familiar with George Takei’s social media presence, this Taco Bell Quesalupa commercial shouldn’t be too surprising. Meme-tastic!

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