Mockumentary Tracks The Oreo Cookie Production Process In Reverse [Video]

Mockumentary Tracks The Oreo Cookie Production Process In Reverse [Video]
Innovation

How It’s Unmade turns the well-known TV show on its head to disassemble sandwich cookies with a comedic narration.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 17 march 2014

How It’s Made is a popular documentary television show that provides a look at how common, everyday items, such as food and commercial products, are manufactured.

How It’s Unmade is the satirical spin-off from the YouTube channel Jerk Circle Media that takes an episode from the documentary series on the making of Newman-O’s sandwich cookies (not Oreos) and plays it in reverse. In the process, this parody video shows how uneaten cookies are disassembled to be harvested for their natural resources.

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