As Evan and Zora ride off into the sunset, most likely never to be heard from again...except, of course, for their inevitable break up, butler Paul hogan stays in the limelight as the host of the Anna Nicole Show season premiere.
Hogan will host bachelor search for Anna.
In this ingenious and entertaining spot, a couple realizes that they are living underground in a tomb with boring, old furniture. The payoff? They dig out and see an IKEA store. Watch it. It's great.
Others from Ad Age...
The co-editors of Fast Company, Bill Taylor and Alan Webber have resigned.
"It's the right decision for the magazine at this point in time," the two editors stated in the office memo. "We've traveled an amazing distance since our premiere issue.... Now, in the spirit of Fast Company's DNA, we recognize the magazine's next challenge: For Fast Company to advance to the next level. And that, we believe, takes fresh eyes, new blood, and a blast of additional energy."
Martin Sheen is doing an anti-war ad for moveon.org. In the ad, he says war is wrong and gives people the means to contact their representatives in support of the ant-war position.
The ad is running on local cable as national networks won't accept it.
Ben Cohen, founder of Ben and Jerry's said, "It is amazing that the networks are rejecting them in terms of freedom of speech and censorship. The news media pretty much acts as the megaphone of the administration. ... We are left with little choice but to buy time to get our message across. If, as a practical matter, you are not able to communicate a message, there is no free speech."
Interesting test of the first ammendment. I say they should be able to run regardless of your opinion on the war.
Like many artists, Dr. Suess was commercial before he decided to aply his skills to children's books. He was most famous for his work on a product called Flit, a bug killer.
Check out the ads on this site. Very amusing. [via Boing Boing]
Fox's 'Joe Millionaire' and 'American Idol' along with the Michael Jackson Freak Show were not enough to unseat NBC and CBS from the top spots.