Jason Alexander in 1985 McDonald's Ad

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MerkinMuffly : The Summer of George!

Jesse Funk : these burgers are making me thirsty!

Nick Vitto : And you want to be my latex salesman?

Jedimonk : A hamburger divided against itself cannot stand Jerry!

Dank 141087 : George likes his lettuce crisp!

direktFF : The 80s was a magical decade.

stevations : No Burgers for You.........next

jojojorisjhjosef : This is the america I got promised, then I got stabbed by a crackhead.

Sir CurseAlot : Burgers jerry, burgers.

BRockin25 : Everyone in this video was on coke

pyrobooby : One of the greatest finds of the year. Let's get in contact, Crommy5, PM me. 

S Perry : Nowadays, if George Costanza came running up to a group of people screaming about hamburgers, I doubt if anyone would join him in a big dance number. we've just become too jaded.

Mircea A : the hot stays hot, the cool stays cool, and the Styrofoam stays forever - at McDonald's!!!

John Hunt : "Could be the best tasting lettuce and tomato hamburger...ever!" Well, no, it pretty much sucked donkey balls, mostly because the cheese wasn't melted. They should have put the cheese between the burger and the bottom bun, not between the lettuce and tomato. Who the hell does that?

Aaron Stark : “You say you’re getting tired of lettuce and tomato hamburgers in this town that don’t quite make it?” Nobody has ever said that in the history of mankind. (Saving Jason Alexander in this commercial, of course).

Luke Carter : Cant stand ya Costanza!

Eric Krolick : pipe it down chorus boy

furrysega7 : Did this killed independent George?

Michael Marsh : This was actually a good idea

wildcat12000 : 0:49 "Hot beefy Mc D" If only they knew what that meant now days...

Pez : *How do YOU eat it, with your HANDS??*

H M : So I didn't exist in the mid 80's so can one of you fossils enlighten me.... did women really wear overalls like that?

Jim Lo : Life in 1985 was good. I need a time machine to go back to 1985

TheEschwank02 : i have lost all respect for george costanza.

Chris Embry : So much production and creative effort went into that. Hours of writing, set construction, casting, sound/lighting engineering, choreography, market testing, editing, and more... To advertise a shitty dehydrated beef product, because shitty food is cheaper to produce and can therefore be sold at a higher profit to idiots susceptible to highly refined marketing techniques. When your grandkids are on your lap asking you what things were like before the revolution, tell them about the McDLT, and how the cool stayed cool and the peasants stuffed themselves obese on factory-produced fodder for the marketeers who ran our elections and staged wars against imagined foes.

josh : why are so many people dancing about cold lettuce?

James Buckley : We have lost more technology than we will ever have. Someone please bring this back.

Jorge Lozano : that was a great burger, but then the tree huggers complained about the incredible amount of non biodegradable waste that McDonalds was producing and that was the end of the McDLT. Oh well there is always IN N Out

NJGuy1973 : He was going to do a Burger King commercial, but decided to do the opposite. It worked.

Soxruleyanksdrool : My name is George. I do McDonald's commrecials and I live with my parents.

AWSOMUS LATEST : George like his lettuce crispy...

Sheep in the end Will be eaten by wolfs : *Omg he had hair!! This guy was designed and make for acting.*

Rulinator : Cheese on the wrong side there. Schoolboy error.

1UpProduct : So, what you're saying is that the parts of the burger need to be separate but equal?

Stuart Garlick : This was an ad that Al Pacino's character in Jack and Jill rejected.

Blkeclipse L : probably a first in history where a man is glad he went bald. otherwise he wouldnt have gotten the part for george costanza. despite how talented he is they were specifically looking for a balding man

Pap : George Needs His Burgers

Greg Patterson : What happened to great commercials like this.

H M : Was this even a ploy to keep the hot side hot and the cool side cool with their burgers, or did some guy sitting in a meeting bring up the idea "You know....... why don't we make THEM put the burger together!"

Press Play : Watching family guy Star Trek cast now I know what a Mcdlt is looks good

Bryan su : He had hair...but sounded the same...

Parasitic Hunger : Nostalgic gold!

Patacorow : Waiting for Berta.

Anton Boludo : This is almost as bad as the little kicks.

The Feeling Is Mutual : I wonder if any of the people on the commercials that are running now, will be famous in 20 years

The softest part of a woman's breast is? : What does D.L.T stand for?

ballbarn : this is like the greatest commercial ever made

Mik Mak : Fortunately McD's was already a multi Bn $$$ industry in 1985. If it had been a start-up with this turd in your pants advert, it would have ended up in the shitter where all their product belongs. Just say no!

X.Hazardous. Dreams.X : Who knew Duckman was a good singer 😂

Jim Russell : George, you decided to get a rug! Good for you, Jack!