I found this hilarious, even though I still think the CLS is a much nicer looking car, and I since I dont golf . . . be sure to watch it through to the end.

Zachary Quinto vs. Leonard Nimoy: “The Challenge”

Hat tip Steve

Category: Film, Weekend

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4 Responses to “The Challenge: Zachary Quinto vs. Leonard Nimoy”

  1. mrflash818 says:

    : )

  2. call me ahab says:

    Old Spock still got the moves . . .

  3. pmorrisonfl says:

    I thought the swearing was uncalled for, but I loved the snippet of the ‘Ballad of Bilbo Baggins’, and thought the bit at the end with the third car was brilliant.

  4. constantnormal says:

    Clearly, Spock (senior) has learned a lot from Kirk (senior) about changing the game to one that it is possible to win …

    … ya gotta love these “made for web” commercials … the subtle (or not-so-subtle) way that they pitch products via a story is much more effective (IMHO) than the 10-to-20 second “hit ‘em over the head” TV commercials, with whatever message was (partially) imparted by one of these TV “blip-verts” being washed away almost entirely by the one that follows right on the heels of the prior one … assuming that 90% of the audience has not clicked away or muted or is simply editing them out, and watching the program later, sans commercial interruption (expect for the obscene intrusions across the bottom of the screen, an obvious attempt to push viewers out of broadcast TV and into DVDs/Hulu (Plus) …

    And I’m sure web commercials like this are much more cost effective as well … having successful commercials surf the web via people forwarding links to others that are likely to be the prime candidates to receive the message … with no ad fees or air time charges … I wonder how Quinto and Nimoy were compensated for this … flat fee, or some formula relating to times viewed ?

    Now if only M-B would respond in kind …