Sonic the Hedgehog Pasta was a food product conceptualized in the early 90's by Franco-American based off of the popular Sonic the Hedgehog Series, that came in three cans.
-Zoom in on a teenager's glasses as he plays Sonic 3-
-Zoom out on the TV, as his mom can be heard shouting him in the background-
-Shaun's Mom can be seen juggling a Sonic the Hedgehog Franco-American Pasta can in her hands.
-Zoom in on Shaun's Genesis Controller-
-Shaun's mom throws the can at him angrily-
-The can soars through the air-
-Zoom in on Shaun with the Genesis Controller-
-Zoom in on the Controller-
-The Can can be seen in the background, as the camera pans out on the room-
-Zoom in on the can darting through the air-
-Shaun catches it-
-Shaun places his can on a Genesis food slot-
Announcer: Sonic the Hedgehog Pasta, new from Franco-American.
-A "New" sign appears over the can-
-Pasta is seen stretching out from the TV-
-Shaun eats it and licks his lips as the Can's reflection is shown through his glasses-
Announcer: "What are you playing for lunch?"
-Zoom out on a bowl of Sonic the Hedgehog Pasta, the cans and a slogan that reads "What are you playing for lunch?"
- The music that plays in the commercial doesn't sync up with the level Shaun is playing(Mushroom Hill from Sonic 3 And Knuckles), and is actually the Chemical Plant Zone theme from Sonic 2.
- There isn't actually a food slot on the SEGA Genesis.