Nearly 60 years since he first appeared in an advertisement, Kool-Aid man is finally breaking through the digital wall to a new CGI-look. Oooooooh yeah!
Kool-Aid Man was first introduced as a crudely animated "Pitcher Man" in 1954. Eventually, the animation evolved into a man in weird pitcher costume. The script of each commercial was comically identical:
Kid 1: I'm hot and thirsty.
Kid 2: This is a job for Kool-Aid.
Kids 1 and 2 in unison: Hey, Kool-Aid!
Then, the giant, unweildy pitcher would awkwardly burst through all sorts of different barriers to save the day.
For example he would crash through a recently painted picket fence...
...an absurdly thin ceiling...
...or a backyard shed.