"Onesie & Donesie", Way to Die #396, is the first death to be featured in "Young, Dumb, and Full of Death", which aired on November 9, 2010.
Chet was a klutzy salesman and pitchman. During their demonstrations, he first injures himself with a folding ladder after it failed to stay sturdy. He then injures himself with a samurai sword after it he hit the table with it. The samurai sword broke and flew a piece into his chest. He spent days in a hospital bed, and was later back on the set selling and smiling. His final product to demonstrate, an adult-sized onesie, caught on fire after he showed off some giveaway aromatherapy candles. He writhed on the floor, without stopping or rolling, and eventually, he perished. A stage man tried dousing him off with a broken fire extinguisher, but had no luck. Chet died due to major burns on his body.
Cast and Interviewees
- Rob Ekno - Television Shopping Host
- Jayden Visse - Chet (lead: intended victim)
- Brianna Delp - Woman (uncredited)
- Danny Mokking - Stage Man (uncredited)
- Pavel Bindra - Cardiac electrophysiologyst
- Two of the incidents are based on actual events that happened to TV shopping network hosts.
- The folding ladder collapse happened to Harold McCoo on the Cable Value Network in 1988, although he was unhurt.
- The broken sword happened to Shawn Leflar on The Knife Collector's Show on the Shop at Home Network in 2001.
- A portion of this segment is displayed at the beginning of Asphyxi-Asian.
- This is the second time the narrator makes a reference to FDR's quote from his first inauguration speech: We have nothing to fear but fear itself. (The first one was Booby-Zapped.)
- In the dubs by DMAX, Rob Ekno's interview is extended.
- Chet's death is similar to that of Flaky's death in Happy Tree Friends episodes, "This is Your Knife".
- In Fail Mercial (Spike TV)