Carnie Wilson Wants to Know What You Sound Like in Bed
For those of you who always wanted to ask your boss a personal question or two, this isn't the way to do it. For everybody else that loves a double entendre or three, these Filter Advertising-created ads (one, two, three) for Carnie Wilson's The Newlywed Game are for you. Hoping to bring back the original show's bedroom humor in full force a la Bob "making whoopee" Eubanks, Wilson will ask young, newly married, babes in the woods questions that will make their mother-in-law's toes curl.
The ads promoting the show which you can see here, here and here are set in offices where subordinates go about their regular office business then suddenly stop and ask their boss how, in one commercial, their spouses would rate them in bed. Awkward pauses aside, we want the home edition. Wouldn't it be fun to sit with a bunch of friends and ask them, "How would your husband best describe you in making love? Sounds like a banchee? Sounds like a songbird? Or sounds of silence?"
And if those were the actual conversations that did occur in the conference room, we'd stop calling it the Bored Room, put down our iPhones and Blackberrys and actually participate in the conversation. That or quickly run home to find out exactly how you do sound in bed.