Keystone Light Hired Chuck Testa to Shoot a Commercial, and It Went Horribly

Viral taxidermist gets weird on set

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You remember Chuck Testa—the California taxidermist who became famous after Rhett & Link made a ludicrous local commercial for his business in 2011 (the spot ended up getting 16 million views). We haven't seen much of Chuck in the past few years, but now he's finally resurfaced—in a comical campaign for Keystone Light.

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