Blockbuster's Driscoll & Egbert
This two-part video from 1989, used in the days just before the arrival of Buster Sales, is a showcase for At the Movies parodists Jerry Driscoll of The Chicago Tribulation and Rodney Egbert of The Chicago Fun-Times that uses the movies and synth of the era to instruct new employees on Blockbuster's customer service policies. Part two trained a Blockbuster employee who resembled Candace Cameron how to shut down pretentious little brats:
Kid customer: Hey, I hated the ending of Casablanca. Do you have anything better?
Blockbuster employee: Yeah, how 'bout a knuckle sandwich?
OK, she doesn't really say that, but she does kind of throw a punch. Come for the enter-trainment, stay for Alfred, the movie store's resident psycho.