Screenshot: Zebra Corner/YouTube

Itā€™s been hard to trust commercials claiming to feature ā€œreal peopleā€ ever since Applebeeā€™s did one with the dad from Nickelodeonā€™s My Brother and Me. Car commercials are particularly prone to this type of marketing, often adopting a format where some company man extols a vehicleā€™s meaningless awards and misleading price as observers nod politely and mutter inane pleasantries. Last week, we shared a few of sketch comedy group Zebra Cornerā€™s skewering of the real people concept, and now Boston loudmouth ā€œMahkā€ is back for another round.

In the latest, Mahk wanders into a commercial for the 2017 Chevy Cruze, then goes on to call bullshit on pretty much everything the moderator says. That this is a real commercial that Mahk has been digitially inserted into and not a staged sketch makes it that much funnier, as no one reacts to his relentless antagonism, which only gets funnier throughout. Watch it below.

If youā€™re a fan, Mahkā€™s impatience also extends to another bastion of faux reality: the network dating show.

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