Monday, August 2, 2010


30 Rock fans will look back and remember the episode in which evidence of Liz Lemon's early commercial acting career surfaced with not-so-sexy results.  Let's reminisce over the ad for the fictional 1-900-OK-FACE:

Gloriously awkward, yes?  Well, if you had any doubts about that little gem not being part of an art imitating life scenario, rest assured, the evidence of the Feyster's true life start-up Chicago past have surfaced all over the internets this morning.  It's not quite as cheesily embarrassing as OK-FACE, but really, all that's happened here is that late night phone hook-ups were exchanged for the Mutual Savings Bank.  Watch the 1995 (really, that was a point where this look was still socially acceptable?  why do i remember that phasing out earlier?  granted, i was in my child windbreaker and tie-dye phase then, i think, so the "fashions" of adults were not my business (though i think i'm starting to remember why i grew up hating clothes shopping)) ad and witness the horror for yourself...

Mutual Savings Bank - "Hi!" - Featuring Tina Fey from Purple Onion Films on Vimeo.

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