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In 1999, Offer directed and appeared in The Underground Comedy Movie, which was met with extremely negative reviews.
DVDs of the film were marketed via television infomercial, the film also led to several lawsuits.
Offer's first major work was the 1999 comedy film The Underground Comedy Movie.
Offer owns, produces, and appears in television commercials for his products "Sham Wow!
Consumer Reports did its own test on the product and found that it does indeed hold 10 times its weight in liquid but no more. " commercials use many of the same product demonstrations as the earlier-produced Zorbeez commercial.
Pitchman Billy Mays had been promoting a similar product called Zorbeez two years prior to Offer's "Sham Wow! In February 2009 while on the Adam Carolla radio show, Billy Mays publicly challenged Offer to a "pitch off" between their respective absorbent towel products.
Consumer Reports reported that the infomercial for "Sham Wow!
The Graty is a cheese grater operated by placing the cheese inside and then turning the outside housing of the utensil which causes the cheese to be grated.Within a few months, he had earned enough to resume production, and the movie was finally completed, released, and marketed entirely on late-night infomercials that Offer paid for with his earnings from the swap meet vegetable chopper sales, the film has sold in excess of 100,000 copies and Offer has used the proceeds from sales to file a lawsuit against the Church of Scientology.In 2011, he appeared as himself in the Adam Sandler film Jack and Jill.Offer visited the factory in Germany where the product is made, and he decided to incorporate that fact into the TV pitch.Slate.com's Seth Stevenson praised Offer for his "impressive and subtle mastery of the pitchman's art" (with lines such as "you know the Germans always make good stuff"), and wondered if Offer's "abrasive manner might also mark a unique, new strategy in the annals of pitchdom." Stevenson compared Offer to earlier, "more upbeat" television pitchmen like Billy Mays and the Home Shopping Network hosts and concluded that Offer's "smooth-talking condescension" was more suited to the present "zeitgeist" than the "earnest fervor" of spokesmen like Mays and Ron Popeil.
Billy Mays had been promoting a similar product set which included the Quick Chop utensil and the Quick Grater utensil prior to Offer's Slap Chop/Graty product set.