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V12 TV is a video that Pixar made to advertise for Cars 2.
In the beginning, it shows a message, "Any similarity between the following and ACTUAL TV programming is purely coincidental. Sort of. Mostly."
Then they show a scene from the movie where Finn McMissile was at the Oil Rigs, fighting the lemons. In the end, Professor Z yelled out, "Kill him!" Then it said "To be continued..." After that, they showed some commercials:
There was a commercial saying the viewers were watching "Law & Auto: SUV" during the "credits" of that show. First, there was "Dancing with the Cars." They showed some scenes in Cars 2 when cars were dancing, and Finn was one of the judges. Later, it was "I didn't Know I Was Leaking." It showed the scene when Miles Axlerod blamed Mater for his oil leaking, and Mater going to the bathroom. Then was "Dr. Fill It Up." Today, they were talking about Bumps in the Road. They showed the scene when Uncle Topolino was telling Lightning some advice about arguments. Next was "American Idle." It showed the lemons at the meeting, and all that was heard were engines rumbling quietly.
After all those commercials, they admitted that V12 TV was made up, "but Cars 2 is definitely, really, coming only to theatres." The commercial ended with Mater driving backwards passed Guido, Luigi, Red, Lizzie, Sally, Fillmore, Sarge, Flo, Ramone (in his lime green paint job), and Sheriff.
- The video contains a lot of parodies of shows and people. "Law & Auto: SUV" is Law and Order: SVU, "Morgan Freeway" is Morgan Freeman, "Speed Martin" is Steve Martin, "Dancing with the Cars" is Dancing with the Stars, "I Didn't Know I Was Leaking" is I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant, "Dr. Fill It Up" is Dr. Phil, and "American Idle" is American Idol. However, the proper names and programmes might also exist in the Cars world as V12 TV was actually made up.