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Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Henry Challender & Rob Archer with Nick Jones (director)

Original by Noel Fielding & Julian Barratt 
with Paul King (director)

Rip-off by Henry Challender & Rob Archer 
with Nick Jones (director)

Jesus fucking Christ.

Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Mother & Garth Jennings

What the fuck were they thinking?

Anyone's who's ever seen Flight of the Conchords will
immediately clock this as a blatant rip-off - right down to 
the glasses-and-sideburns styling of the Jemaine-a-like
and the Kiwi-accented sign off. 

And 'anyone who's ever seen Flight of the Conchords' is 
exactly who this ad is aimed at.

We can only assume they were hoping to get caught. 
Like serial killers who deliberately leave incriminating
evidence with their victim's corpse. Except instead of 
a hair or a glove, these cunts have left a trail of tepid 
shit leading from the crime scene straight to the Tea 
Building where the trail climbs the wall and spells the  
words 'we are thieving cunts' in fifteen foot high daubs 
of anus-paste.


Thanks to 'the worried well' for this titbit:

"The guy with glasses and sideburns is Kiwi stand-up
Jarred Christmas, he was a recurring character on the
FOTC show on Radio 4 and a friend of the guys from 
their New Zealand and Oz circuit days."

Not a friend any more, I'm guessing.

Monday, 3 August 2009

Gary Turner & Jamie Marshall and Mark Denton

Original by Lejo

Rip off by Gary Turner & Jamie Marshall (creatives) and 
Mark Denton (director)

You pile of unfathomable cunts. Try doing this with your
fingers - pick up a pen, then place the tip on a blank 
piece of paper, then have an original idea, then write it
down. In the likely event that you fail to have an original
idea, simply reverse the pen in your grip and lower your 
eyeball onto the tip. Then continue to lower your eyeball 
until you are blind. Then continue until your are dead.



Jacqui Paterson & Jessica Harold and Dael Oates

Original by Oren Lavie, Yuval and Merav Nathan

Rip-off by Jacqui Paterson & Jessica Harold (creatives) 
and Dael Oates (director)

I'd been meaning to post this one for a while but couldn't 
track down the guilty parties. But then I received a 
message from Ben at who 
delivered not only the team and the director, but 
everyone from the account managers to the animators, 
all served up like a vertiable cheese board of cunts. 

Cheers Ben.   

Agency: The Campaign Palace, Melbourne
Creative Director: Gerhard Myburgh
Creatives: Jacqui Paterson & Jessica Harold
Director: Dael Oates
DOP: Peter Eastgate
Animator Designer: Matt Boug
Animators: Lewis Morley 
Production Company: PRODIGY
TV Production: Fiona Gillies
Exec Producer: Jonathan Samway
Account Management: Jayne Driver, Georgie Brown, Laura Bathurst
Marketing Analyst: Belinda Symes, Brian Carlin, Marianne Kevric