Dodge chimp story told in Taiwan animation


Dodge and Widen + Kennedy's humorous replacement, under pressure from PETA, of a real chimp with an invisible chimp in one of its ads has earned the automaker the ultimate 2010 Internet honor—an animated retelling of the story by the tireless news watchers at Taiwan's NMA World Edition. See below. This puts the episode on par with some of the year's top stories, including Lindsay Lohan's stint in jail, the JetBlue guy's meltdown and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi's assault on President Obama with a wine bottle (fact checking required on the latter). See more of NMA's masterpieces at the company's YouTube channel. Via Jalopnik

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