The dumbest fad ever.
The dumbest fad ever.
This 1979 Pillsbury commercial is proof.
Because what is the Super Bowl without ads featuring our favorite people.
It wasn’t a great night for Super Bowl ads, but here are the ones everyone will be talking about.
“Maybe they win a large bowl?” Also, Brits love Richard Sherman.
The Japanese team just schooled American advertising. Never change, Japan. Never change.
Plus the story behind Ron Burgundy’s comeback, 20 totally neutral opinions to avoid a Thanksgiving argument, and the horrors of SantaCon captured on video.
Mike’s Golf Shop, located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, made the best golf commercial of all-time. Also, I *think* they might buy golf clubs. (h/t Adweek)
With the television business experiencing seismic disruptions, Ad Age’s annual survey of what 30-second commercials cost on all of the network shows reveals a fascinating hierarchy.
From buses to supermarket checkouts to planes, we always hear the same announcements. Who actually does them?
These were all banned in various parts of the world, but have been preserved online.
He was just a guy in need of a pair of jeans.
The nominations are in — there is a clear winner.
The credit ratings agency is currently facing off with the U.S. Department of Justice in a California court over the quality of its ratings.
This has Michael Scott written all over it.
The fact that Men’s Wearhouse fired the face of its brand won’t impact the company because it has tons of Zimmer footage and the legal rights to his image, an analyst says.
You know what Zesty Guy I’m talking about.
It’s called the “Wonderfilled Anthem” and oh my God it’s just, ugh.
The first national commercial to ever portray a gay couple was met with both adulation and criticism.
Plus professionally-animated Calvin and Hobbes, bizarre commercials starring musicians, and stunning photos of molten lava.
This might actually make you like grape flavors. And it is very hard to like grape flavors.
America, the beautiful: Doing the Chicken Tonight dance together since 1990.
The most delicious ad campaign character ever.
Are you thirsty yet?
Making that money! Love you, Sweet Brown!
As David Letterman reminded him last night.
The Freshmaker: not only delicious, but also turns humans into geniuses every time.
They’ve mined all the stuff from your ’90s past: snap bracelets, Tamagotchis, Hungry Hungry Hippos, pogs, floppy discs. Tear? Or trashy?
Who knew George Costanza had the voice of an angel?