CBS Says GoDaddy Can't 'Do' It's Mother

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Now this is odd. A GoDaddy spot without Candice Michelle or Danica Patrick or fake big breasts has been "banned" by CBS as a possible Super Bowl commercial for the master of domains. The spot, called I Own You, has two guys in office cubicles with one demonstrating the ease of GoDaddy domain registration by taking all the domains his cube mate might want. Things get humorous when the subject turns to the second guys mother. Don't miss the witty (more witty with another "s") last name of the second guy too. We like the effort but can understand why a network might have a problem with his.

According to GoDaddy, which will buy three spots in the game, one will feature either or both Candice Michelle and new GoDaddy girl Danica Patrick. As long as the network approves it that is. We're thinking the non-Candice/Danica spots might actually turn out to be the better ones.

by Steve Hall    Jan-19-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Commercials, Good, Super Bowl 2007, Television   

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Oh! Get it? They're talking about names, and the one guy says "I already did my mother" and then the chick walks by and hears that but doesn't know they were actually talking about names and he's not really "doing" his mother. Get it? She didn't know the whole story. Wow. How clever. I've never seen that idea before!

Posted by: bmall on January 19, 2007 11:49 AM

Oh! Get it? They're talking about names, and the one guy says "I already did my mother" and then the chick walks by and hears that but doesn't know they were actually talking about names and he's not really "doing" his mother. Get it? She didn't know the whole story. Wow. How clever. I've never seen that idea before!

Posted by: bmall on January 19, 2007 11:50 AM

Oh! Get it? They're talking about names, and the one guy says "I already did my mother" and then the chick walks by and hears that but doesn't know they were actually talking about names and he's not really "doing" his mother. Get it? She didn't know the whole story. Wow. How clever. I've never seen that idea before!

Posted by: bmall on January 19, 2007 11:51 AM

I'm just starting to notice this poisonous spot on TV. Who is in charge of the FCC? Where is Michael "Semicolon" Powell when you need him?

Posted by: Jerry on December 23, 2008 2:19 PM





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