I wish the Reds would hire this guy to do promos for the upcoming season:

Brilliant.

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15 Responses

  1. Jim

    That’s Awesome! It’s just like…It’s just like…It’s just like, a mini mall!

  2. John R.

    If I lived in the area, I would be there. Let’s make it dance! To the left, to the right…it’s just like a mini…mall

  3. Bill

    Best local commercial I’ve ever seen…it even has costume changes!

  4. Chris

    The most confusing thing to me is why this guy was buying 60 second spots. I pretty much got the message in the first 30.

  5. John R.

    I think that he should be buying 120 second spots so you can see the whole thing. I bet in a 30 or 60 second spot, you don’t get to see him “make it dance.”

  6. Nick

    Good stuff. Although I have admit I was a little scared at the closeups. I thought he was looking at the camera a little bit with Mike Singletary eyes. I’m not sure if that means I should stay away or if I should go buy a new dining room set.

  7. Dave Massey

    That’s the best thing I’ve seen all week. Cheers.

  8. Chris

    There’s a little bit of Eddie Murphy in a fat suit there, too.

  9. jmcclain19

    Eastern Motors in DC is the king of bad music/sports ads. Could you see something this hilarious in Cincy?

  10. Daedalus

    jmcclain – I was just going to look for an Eastern Motors ad. They used to be annoying, but now they’re just hilarious.

  11. GodlyCynic

    I’m glad there are others who understand the wonderful car-wreck of Eastern Motors. Athletes lip-synching to bad music trumps all.