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On April 7th of 2010, the company Nike released an ad in which Tiger Woods simply stares into a camera while audio of his father--Earl Woods--asking questions is playing in the background. The advertisement was later cited to be a shameful and exploitative use of his late father’s voice. However, it was later discovered that his father’s questions were not even directed towards Tiger originally- it was actually taken from an ABC interview with him in 2004, and the “Tiger” at the beginning of the advertisement is actually supposed to be his wife’s name, Kutilda (Source).
The internet quickly remixed the advertisement, as well as made their own parodies.
Rick roll remix:
David after Dentist remix:
The Boondocks version:
Tiger Woods voicemail remix:
Lion King version:
On April 8th, Stephen Colbert’s show “The Colbert Report” created their own version of the advertisement. This further popularized the video.
|The Colbert Report||Mon – Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c|
Saturday Night Live parodied the advertisement that same week, this time with Kenan Thompson.
Entertainment Weekly article regarding the parodies: “tiger woods commercial parody: it has begun”
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