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Here’s Atlanta's Funny-But-Sad Cereal Commercial Parody Addressing Police Brutality

Tuesday night’s episode of Atlanta featured a unique framing device: The entire episode, written and directed by Atlanta creator Donald Glover, was aired as though the viewer was watching a faux, BET-like channel called the Black American Network. This called for some sharp parody commercials for real-life products including Swisher Sweets, Dodge Charger, and Arizona Iced Tea—but the standout of the lot was for a fictional cereal called Coconut Crunchos.
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