Next time, read the small print. Late-night infomercials seem so surreal it's difficult to tell what's real and what's another bizarre parody meant to make the viewer question his or her sanity. Enter Adult Swim's 4 a. Adult Swim's follow-up is a short infomercial parody titled " Unedited Footage of a Bear. While the video starts with what looks like someone's camping footage of a bear in the wild, it's cut off with one of those annoying prescription allergy medicine commercials. The advert is designed to look like a YouTube pre-roll ad that many of us have conditioned ourselves like lab rats to click the SKIP AD arrow to get to the video we want to watch.
Adult Swim stylized as [adult swim] is an American adult-oriented nighttime programming block of the children's basic cable network Cartoon Network that is programmed by its in-house production studio, Williams Street. Marketed as a separate network for ratings purposes, Adult Swim currently broadcasts nightly from 8 p. Debuting in , Adult Swim serves as the nighttime identity of Cartoon Network, and was established as alternative programming during the late night hours when Cartoon Network's primary target audience, children between the ages of 7 and 15, would normally be sleeping. In , the block was granted its own Nielsen ratings report from Cartoon Network due to targeting a separate demographic.