Hollywood celebrities have this image of being a bunch of effete, Prius-loving eco-weenies, but some of them are okay. Count Anchorman 2's Steve Carell in the Jalop crowd; he just went on TV saying how much he wants to be on Top Gear. Sweet!
Clearly, the new Ron Burgundy Dodge commercials are hilarious. But are they doing anything to sell cars? According to Defamer, the answer is yes. You stay classy in your new Durangos, America!
All these years, I've been pronouncing "Dodge" with a hard D sound. But thanks to Ron Burgundy, America's greatest newsman, I now know it's pronounced with a soft D, like the soft J in jogging, or as Ron calls it, yog-ging. Thanks Ron!
When Chrysler teased four ads with Ron Burgundy hawking the Dodge Durango last week, we thought that it would be one or two quick ads. We were wrong. Really wrong. They're doing 70 of them and, so far, they're brilliant.
There was once a man whose teachings inspired countless people and literally changed the course of history. He was all about forgiveness and loving your fellow man. Whether you believe he was real or not, he's an excellent example to follow. I am, of course, talking about Ron Burgundy from Anchorman.