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History[ edit ] Fight Back! At its inception, the show was called California Buyline. This weekly show was one of the first consumer information shows to be taped in front of a live studio audience.
Topics on California Buyline ranged from sneaky product labels to money saving tips and ideas. Consumer Buyline continued to run until August In Februarythe pilot episode of Fight Back!
With David Horowitz was broadcast. As explained in a news article, "Fight Back! The pilot episode featured a segment shot in North Carolina, as well as a commercial challenge of a Volkswagen Rabbit. As before with Consumer Buyline, "Fight Back!
As a result, "Fight Back! Popular segments[ edit ] Fight Back! Two of the most popular segments on this show were the "Fight Back! Commercial Challenge" and the "Horror File". The challenge was that of an Imperial Margarine commercial, which stated that people couldn't tell the difference between Imperial margarine and butter.
Horowitz went to an LA supermarket, and had 11 people try crackers with each product on it, to see who could tell the difference. In the end, all 11 people picked the butter over Imperial margarine. The following week was a taste test between Coca-Cola and Pepsi more people did pick Pepsi over Coke.
In the 15th anniversary special, it is mistakenly reported that the first commercial challenge aired in Decemberwhere David Horowitz decided to challenge a commercial for a Timex watch.
Per the commercial, former Timex pitchman John Cameron Swayze strapped a Timex watch to an outboard motor, and raced the motor through a tank of water. At the end of the commercial, the watch was still ticking.
Horowitz performed this challenge with two other watches a Seiko and a Citizen in front of his live studio audience. All three watches passed the test despite the Seiko losing its band, prompting Horowitz to exclaim, "We've lost one watch!!Real news, curated by real humans.
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