This is a new commercial for the Dutch version of Comedy Central. It’s slow-motion spit-takes, and it’s really neat:

Weird! So they spent all this money on this nice commercial that would work anywhere but only Holland gets it? Is it because they have Amsterdam and pot and health care? Americans deserve interesting Comedy Central commercials too! The fact that it’s so shocking that this is even a commercial for Comedy Central says something about their audience here (Cough! Jeff Dunham! Cough!). No fair.

Comments (13)
  1. m  |   Posted on Apr 20th, 2009 +4

    Yeah, all we get here is that Krod Mandoon shit. : (

  2. And Carlos Mencia and Larry the Cable Guy…. as a Nebraskan I’d like to publicly apologize for that one.

  3. Carms  |   Posted on Apr 20th, 2009 +3

    We get Jeff Dunham on the Dutch Comedy Central as wel… :(

  4. Carlos, Larry & Krod M.  |   Posted on Apr 20th, 2009 +5

    Fuck all y’all who hatin’ for no reason.

  5. Mapinguari  |   Posted on Apr 20th, 2009 +1

    Comedy Central America had good commercials.

  6. Comedy Central has actually had some good commercials

  7. dutch comedy central? what’s next, belgian spike?

  8. 0:47. There might be more of a market for Jeff Dunham in Holland than you think, Lindsay.

  9. Is there anything more beautiful than the joyous face? It’s why I make so many people laugh.

  10. late  |   Posted on Apr 21st, 2009 0

    even though they stole the idea from this cursive video:

    stuff in slo mo is usually pretty cool.

  11. OMG, Puppet spit take = WIN

  12. Saul Goode  |   Posted on Apr 22nd, 2009 +2

    They “stole” it? What does that even mean? Man, people hate giving other people credit for good ideas. You can’t “steal” slow motion. It just is. I suppose Steven Spielberg stole black and white when he made Shindler’s List. Stole it from Charlie Chaplin. It’s a good idea. It’s well shot. It’s simple and it fits their product. Just give it to them. Shit.

  13. Am I the only one that thought of cum with those chicks spitting?

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