West Bend Stir Crazy Electric Hot Oil Popcorn Maker

  • Stovetop taste without the stovetop effort
  • Put in the oil, put in the kernels, turn it on
  • It goes to work in 4 minutes and doesn’t leave a bunch of un-popped kernels
  • Does it express existential dread and/or a love of classic horror franchises: no, for that you’ll want to head over to Mediocritee
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Microwave popcorn is good for the first few bites. Then your mouth starts to get that coating of butter dust and the experience ceases to be pleasant. Making popcorn on the stovetop gives you a much better, movie-theater-but-minus-the-two-pounds-of-salt taste. But it takes effort.

This thing is the best of both worlds. You add the oil. You add the kernels. And then you turn it on. Four minutes later, you’ve got delicious, fresh popcorn. You don’t have to watch it to make sure it doesn’t burn. And you don’t have to stop it early and risk leaving a bunch of kernels un-popped. Hell, you can even flip it and use the lid as a bowl!

And now is the perfect time to buy one. Because you’ll want plenty of popcorn for all the great programming Mehsterpiece Theater has lined up for this summer! Here are just a few of the new shows they’ll be rolling out in the coming months:

Miss Primley’s Feline Hunch Bunch

When widower Walter Tripley hires a nanny to take care of his seven strange children, he doesn’t expect her to enlist them to help her with her curious side business: solving cat-related mysteries throughout the countryside. But that’s exactly what she does, teaching the children important lessons along the way while finding treasure and maybe even… love?

They Sweep While You Sleep

The fire at the chimney sweeps’ union building claims nearly thirty chimney sweeps. But these poor souls are not yet ready to cross over into the great beyond. No, they’ve got unfinished business. The unfinished business is all the chimneys they agreed to sweep before dying. And though they may no longer be corporeal, they still expect payment. In blood. Or else, if that’s amenable, they also accept money. Or a just a polite, “Thank you.”

Murder At The Murder Convention

At the annual convention for Solvers of Mysterious Murders, Inspector Claude Minot is expecting to receive an award for being the best solver of mysterious murders. The only problem? The man set to present said award, Jaques Tauton–Claude’s mentor and friend–has been murdered, mysteriously. Or has he? Could it be that this is all part of the award presentation? Also, what is his third-grade teacher doing here? And how has she not aged a day? And wait, was that his long-deceased family dog that just ran by? Oh, shit, Inspector Claude Minot is having one of those dreams again, isn’t he?

They sound thrilling, don’t they! So pop yourself a big bowl of popcorn and enjoy some Mehsterpiece Theater this summer!

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