First Donny Deutsch sold out to Interpublic. Now he's selling out to CNBC.

Superadgrunts, click read more to view a commercial for his TV show. Don't worry. It's only 18 seconds long.

Comments (7)

  • Dabitch's picture

    what theheckishetalkingabout willis?

    Dec 21, 2003
  • caffeinegoddess's picture

    Heh. Is the beginning quiet because of the way it was recorded or is that their (CNBC) editing? And if it's their editing, why? "First sexy talkshow" sure. You'd like to think that Donny boy.
    This is either going to be interesting or flop in a massive way, like godzilla tripping on his own tail and falling down. ;)

    Dec 22, 2003
  • Dabitch's picture

    hahaha, now that I wanna see!

    I'm not quite hearing what he says, and wondering about that "B" word. Boring? Branding? Bodacious? Babelicious?

    Dec 22, 2003
  • Robblink's picture

    The "B" word? Just take "da" outta your name!

    Dec 22, 2003
  • Dabitch's picture

    I did get that. I'm curious to why they didn't just come out and say it. (apart from the usual network ban of four letter words). If the conversation is "powerful women are called bitches", just looks funny when they say "powerful women are called that 'B word'". Weighing too much power into the name of a female dog, making the word more powerful and yadiyada.. I must've dipped too deep into the eggnog here I completly forgot my point if I even had one.... Nevermind me, just get me another willya? ;)

    Dec 22, 2003
  • junyr's picture

    For something that looked like it was going to be hard hitting, anytime you take out a word that is complete acceptable in media, you lose me. I'm in love with language, and that means all of it. You can't prance around a word. Espeically if you are going to be hard hitting.

    Regardless, I lost interest after a few of this short spot.

    Dec 22, 2003
  • CopyWhore's picture

    This Donny bloke once boasted that he's the got the most fab body in advertising! Now they've stuck 'im on the tele! God help us!

    Dec 23, 2003

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