Forget knob jokes, fart jokes are the new brown. I'm sorry, I thought I grew out of this sort of thing in kindergarden, but the underwater fart was a nice touch, I must admit.
The popcorn here is a bit like the Blob, except you can eat it!
Fallon and Orange have created a campaign to promote its new "Orange Film to Go" offering, which allows customers to download a film from iTunes every Thursday, on Orange. Top film titles include The Wrestler, The Ghost and Che: Part One amongst many.
Breaking on Monday 15th August, the fully integrated campaign features TV, cinema, print, outdoor, digital, mobile, search and retail.
The offer is part of the brand's "more from Orange, for you" strategy, which aims to reward and retain its loyal customer base with exclusive offers and content which they love, and will complement its hugely successful Orange Wednesdays promotion.
The text of this apology ad reads as follows:
We are sorry
The News of the World was in the business of holding others to account.
It failed when it came to itself.
We are sorry for the serious wrongdoing that occurred.
We are deeply sorry for the hurt suffered by the individuals affected.
We regret not acting faster to sort things out.
I realise that simply apologising is not enough.
Our business was founded upon the idea that free and open press should be a positive force in soceity. We need to live up to this.
In the coming days, as we take further concrete steps to resolve these issues and make amends for the damage they have caused, you will hear more from us.
-- Rupert Murdoch