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Dunkin' Donuts (Organizations, Companies, and Products)

"Clue in, Donut. It doesn't add up. You know that deep down inside. I wish you'd just admit it to yourself. Break out of your stupor. Wake up."

Yummy doughnuts with five million different toppings, Dunkin' Donuts are all over America, providing sugar and starch to the masses. Poor Duncan. No wonder life looks better through a haze of antidepressants if it means not having your dead sister turn up and call you Donut.

1.03 "Meet John Smith"

"Time to fake the Donut."

In one of the five best commercials of the 1980s (according to the Television Bureau of Advertising), a portly man in a small baker's cap leaves his house for work and states, "Time to make the donuts," signifying Dunkin' Donuts' commitment to freshness. Somehow, despite Logan's not even being alive when this commercial was popular, he manages to make a clever reference to it. See, it's clever because "fake" rhymes with "make" and "Donut" is a nickname for Duncan! That Logan. He does his research.

2.11 "Donut Run"

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