Dip Head was a recurring skit on America's Funniest Home Videos. It was produced in 1981, and was first seen on the KTWU presentation Not for Chowderheads in 1983. Starring Rusty Laushman as Dip Head.
The skit begins with a shot of a table with a bag of chips, a bowl of chips, and the back of the head, which is full of peanut butter and marshmallow sour cream. The music begins to play as a man (whose face isn't shown) walks over, and he dips peanut butter with a chip, saying that this dip is divine. He asks Marcia what dip is it, and he walks away. The head turns around to reveal a face, which is full of peanut butter and marshmallow sour cream, and the text "DIP HEAD" pops up onscreen, saying "Hi, I'm Dip Head. Tonight I'm peanut butter and marshmallow sour cream. But i come in three exciting flavors: chocolate clam, creamy garlic, and Hungarian surprise". The man and a woman returned to the screen as they smear peanut butter over his shaved head while he talks.
He explains that he goes extremely well at wedding showers, chamber mixers, bar mitzvahs, and stag parties. He also explains that he will have him in your next bash, and he will have major guests, as he carries on many conversations with them, as they eat him. The skit ends with Dip Head saying "Look for me, Dip Head, in the frozen novelty section of your nearest discount barn", and turns his head back. A man and a woman continue dipping their chips as the announcer said "Dip Head comes in a trio of unique personalities, effervescent, cynical, and obnoxious. Buy one today". They were talking each other, and the skit ends.