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Topic: Butler Shine Stern

Kaley Cuoco and William Shatner Team Up for Priceline Spot

'Big Bang Theory' actress plays his daughter

Shatner's back, bitches! Sure, Priceline killed off his iconic "Negotiator" character in a bus crash a year ago. But we all knew that creative shift had about as much chance…

Ad of the Day: Columbia Sportswear

Meet the brand's anti-spokesman, Wim Hof, the one crazy fool who'd rather go almost naked in the Arctic

Wim Hof doesn't mind prancing through the Arctic cold in nothing but his shorts. For the rest of us, Columbia Sportswear suggests trying its battery-powered, electrically warmed line of Omni-Heat…

Mini Sticks Up for the Stick in Manual-Transmission Ads

Here in America, manual transmission is little more than a quirky preference for old-school motorists who make up less than 10 percent of the car-owning masses. But in Europe, standard…

Give gifts from RadioShack, be a superhero

You're not a holiday superhero unless you give expensive digital gifts from RadioShack. That's not the explicit message of this seasonal campaign from Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners, but it's…

Evil Shatner is no match for Shatner himself

William Shatner is always at his best when he's pretending to be his own evil twin. So, it was good to see him goatee up for this new…

Enjoy a crazy, groovy holiday at RadioShack

I wasn't that fond of the first batch of RadioShack ads from Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners that launched over the summer. I thought they tried too hard to be…

Lots of scoffing over RadioShack nickname

As everyone knows by now, RadioShack is calling itself "The Shack" in a new campaign from Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners that was panned before a single ad aired. You…

Shatner back, still going strong for Priceline

A lucky couple live the dream in this new Priceline spot from Butler Shine Stern & Partners: They get kidnapped by William Shatner so he can find them the…

Time to get cracking on that potato patch

Everyone wants to know what the economic downturn tsunami cataclysm apocalypse will mean for the average consumer. Ed Cotton of Butler Shine Stern & Partners takes a crack at it…

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