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My Hands ARE Free, Monoprix

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: youtube.com/watch?v=P2JaKqdlrBg

Take a trip with us to France as Quinn and Mikael obliterate and re-engineer the Monoprix ad “The Best Worst Song in the World,” a whirlwind of bad choices and bad 90s music. I hope you’re in the mood for condom jokes and complaining about stuff cause this one is chock full of it!

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Stories are Everywhere

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: youtube.com/watch?v=P2JaKqdlrBg

We take a dip into the cooling waters of Instagram’s “Stories are Everywhere” campaign wherein the social giant attempts to essentially steal Vine’s thunder (not that it had any left to begin with). While Mikael takes issue with the fifteen second spots, Quinn adamantly defends the bite-sized ads.

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Lick the Face of a Football Legend

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: https://youtu.be/raBYO0Jggko

Remember collectible plates? Remember how they’re not a thing anymore, and for good reason? Well, Just Eats doesn’t! Quinn and Mikael deliver a quick header to “Lick the Face of a Football Legend,” the Just Eats ad that robs John Barnes of whatever dignity he had left after making that WONDERFUL rap music video.

There’s not much to fix here but the inADmissible boys try their best!

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Chick Gon Give It To Ya

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: https://goo.gl/y2zLj3 

Okay, this one’s not so bad. Quinn and Mikael pluck and breakdown “The Whole Chicken,” a video spot for KFC that features a dancing chicken and HEAVILY features DMX’s classic ditty: “X Gon Give It To Ya.”

Is it a real chicken or a computer generated chicken? This is the question that shrouds this episode in mystery and intrigue. Follow along as our dedicated analysts tear down and rebuild this strangely entrancing ad that kinda just reminds you that KFC does bad stuff to chickens.

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The Tasteless Generation

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: https://goo.gl/ynt9SA 

Oh, you’ve DEFINITELY seen this one before…Quinn and Mikael break down the infamous “Jump In” Pepsi ad featuring Kendall Jenner in this episode of inADmissible! Remember this one? The one that features Kendall Jenner marching in a “protest” only to deliver an ice cold can of Pepsi to a cop, somehow solving the conflict?

Don’t worry, your trusty ad boys are here to save the day once again! We rebuild this slipshod excuse for an ad into something at least serviceable. At the very least, it’s not offensive at its very core.

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Are Germans Still Cold?

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: https://goo.gl/Ji59dV

Parrrrtayyyy! Quinn and Mikael take on the Jaegermeister ad “Cold” in the latest episode of inADmissible, the show that takes bad ads and builds them back up to their deserved glory.

Our intrepid ad boys delve into the badass lore of “The Hunt Master” inherent in the name “Jaegermeister” as well as its reputation for being a party staple. Mikael also goes on a bit about how dumb the thermometer is in this ad while Quinn explains why metric is better than the Imperial system of measurement. Fun stuff!

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Pickin’ Pox

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: https://goo.gl/253UUm

Are you ready to hear two people disagree about something for an hour? Tune in for this episode of inADmissible as Quinn and Mikael can’t seem to come to a conclusion about whether or not the “Bleachers” Skittles ad is disgusting or not.

Our ad boys do a live eating of Skittles and discuss the best way to gross someone out…but not too much. Find out if Quinn loves or hates eating out of someone’s belly button as well as just exactly what makes Mikael’s goosebumps rise.

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The Can’t Can’t

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: https://goo.gl/Wf9pDd

The ad boys are back in town, just like Tim Horton’s coffee! InADmissible tears down a trusted coffee brand’s terrible ad as they rebuild the “Tim Horton’s Coffee: The Musical” TV spot.

There’s not much to this ad other than snappy editing and terrible music so Quinn and Mikael push it to the extreme. We don’t want quirky coffee: we want classy coffee. Come on, corporations: keep your brands in check!

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Back to the Future IV: Dream On

CHECK OUT THE AD HERE: https://goo.gl/7KTmqg.

Quinn and Mikael, your two trusty tradesmen of the marketing world, take a poke at Kia’s “Feel Something Again” ad that aired during the 2018 Superbowl.

Our heroes tear down this atrocious and misguided ad while simultaneously reflecting on the fact that, yes, they also are getting old. The difference between our ad boys and the featured Steve Tyler: they’re not super, super, super, super rich and famous.