Here's where the rest of these briefly famous sub-humans landed:
The Visa Elephant (1998)
Then: While the Packers took on the Broncos in San Diego, Visa introduced us to a girl and her elephant. The elephant could do pretty much everything, except play with smartphones, because they didn't have smartphones yet.
Now: You better believe that elephant got a smartphone.
EDS Cat Herders (2000)
Then: Before Hewlett-Packard scooped them up, this computer services company gave us a look into the lives of some cowboys who wrangled tabbies instead of sheep.
Now: Those cats made a fortune from the buyout, but they still hang out at IKEA, napping on flurgs, scratching smörbollödmjuknuts, and, well, there are meatballs.
Pedigree Crazy Pets (2009)
Then: The canine chow company introduced us to people who thought owning a dog was lame, and so they kept rhinos, warthogs, and emus as pets.
Now: Owning a dog became cool again. Now that emu's walking the streets for money/emu food.
CareerBuilder Chimps (2007)
Then: A gang of crazed chimpanzees destroyed a conference room in this CareerBuilder ad.
Now: Then they lost their shirts in the subprime crisis.
Pepsi Goose (1998)
Then: A soda-fueled goose one-ups skydiver/'90s relic Troy Hartman.
Now: Goose wants those royalty checks. Give me those royalty checks, accountant man.
Trident Squirrel (2003)
Then: Is that a squirrel in your pants, or are you just unhappy with the dental effectiveness of your gum? (It was a squirrel.)
Now: Apparently while Red Bull gives you wings, Trident actually helps you fly.