Something that is awesomely and laughably implausible.

See "Jumping the Shark" or "Nuking the Fridge"
George Lucas used to be a credible director and writer until he started Frying the Coke.
by The Xerox Machine April 20, 2011
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A forced meme by the Nostalgia Critic that fanboys spew as if it's funny.
by Guru Larry June 16, 2011
This is a reference to the movie review of "Double Team" by the Nostalgia Critic, where Coca Cola was used as a gratuitous product placement to save the protagonists from a large explosion. It is used to signify when product placement is used to help the protagonist in a sticky situation.
The use of "Head and Shoulders" shampoo in the movie "Evolution" was a blatant Frying the Coke moment.
by MZA-Tesla April 25, 2011
It is said when suddenly an extremely awful movie shows an AWESOME sequence.
Said by Nostalgia Critic on his Double Team review during the best death scene ever.
OMG that's frying the coke!
by Artemizarte April 25, 2011
The most implausible and laughable way to escape from a seemingly inescapable situation.

Consists in protecting yourself from an engulfing explosion by holding in front of you a Coke vending machine while a bunch of other Coke vending machines are being blown away in your direction, saving your life and the lives of two other people.

Trick pulled off by Dennis Rodman in the shit-tastic 1997 action flick "Double Team" featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Mickey Rourke.
"There was Jumping The Shark, Nuking the Fridge, ladies and gentlemen...this is Frying the Coke! This is the ultimate in awesomely and laughably implausible!" Nostalgia Critic
by blackidna April 20, 2011
When you have to go out in such a bang, you lift your foot off a mine, setting off a huge explosion while a tiger attempts to eat you, and the only thing saving the two main heroes, a cyber monk, and the baby one of them is holding, is a Coca Cola machine. Is currently being created into an Internet Meme
Nostalgia Critic: There was "Jumping the Shark", "Nuking the Fridge", Ladies and Gentleman, now you have "Frying the Coke"!!
by Yakurenazea April 20, 2011
That one moment when a character in film finds or uses an implausible item or action (usually an object of product placement) to overcome an otherwise impossible scenario or situation that is usually overly done in its presentation.
Did you see that movie "Double Team" in the end where Rodman uses the coke machine to protect himself against a huge explosion?

Yeah, that was so Frying the Coke
by notnostalgiacritic April 20, 2011
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