Restless Legs Kicks Off Domino Effect, Calls Attention to Disorder


After we stopped laughing and realized Restless Legs Syndrome is, in fact, a real affliction, we thought his DBM/Leeand Dan-created Honda Cog-like video which consist of an elaborate domino set up kicked off by a pair of restless legs wasn't half bad. It's sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline which means they must have some sort of drug for the affliction. Anyway, it's no Honda Cog but it is always fascinating to watch the domino effect and wonder if it's going to work all the way through.

by Steve Hall    Nov- 2-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Commercials, Good, Video   

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"wasn't have bad"??? You must mean HALF bad, right? I've noticed lexicon, syntax and spelling errors creep into your daily diatribes quite often... and laying the blame on typos is probably a cop-out!

Posted by: jake marks on November 2, 2006 12:54 PM

This spot could have been much better if it used the domino effect to convey the fact that restless leg syndrome can effect those around you.

I seem to have this RLS problem from time to time, and I can assure you that it effects my wife when I'm kicking around in the middle of the night.

just a thought.

Posted by: Kevin on November 2, 2006 1:18 PM

sorry about the errors but they are, in fact, typos because I suck at typing, OK? And I know how to fucking spell. Wanna see my reports cards?

Posted by: Steve Hall on November 2, 2006 1:18 PM

The lighting sucks. Maybe this is me being nitpicky but the art direction seems to be going for this amateur look. I take it that we're supposed to believe that this is "user generated" content, that this dude meticulously set up an elaborate rube goldberg type scenario in his house, shot it on multiple cameras at several angles and with wide lenses, but neglected to turn the lights on in his house?

What a loser.

Oh yeah, and that dude just looks like he's kicking in his sleep.

Posted by: sam on November 2, 2006 4:42 PM

i've got restless leg syndrome too.

Posted by: kitchen mc on November 5, 2006 9:52 AM