Ellen showed viewers the version of the new Matthew McConaughey Lincoln commercial they didn’t see, featuring the talk show host herself. Let’s just say there’s some backseat driving, what seem to be weed-laced brownies and a very large bull. Watch it here!
Ellen DeGeneres is the queen of spoofs, so on the Sept. 22 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she poked fun at Matthew McConaughey‘s new Lincoln commercial. We originally thought the promotional clip was totally bizarre, but we have to admit, it makes a lot more sense with the comedian’s presence. Or at least it’ll make you laugh uncontrollably.
Ellen DeGeneres Joins Matthew McConaughey’s Lincoln Commercial: Watch Spoof
As part of the spoof, Ellen takes a backseat in the Oscar winner’s new MKC, where she cracks jokes and serves up some hilarious commentary.
First, Ellen played the real commercial, where Matthew stares down a bull whom he refers to as “Ol Cyrus,” on the Sept. 22 episode of her talk show.
She then tells her audience, “I have so many questions. But my biggest question is I don’t know why they cut me out of it. That’s my biggest question. I was in the original version and I think it made more sense when I was in it.”
Ellen then preceded to share her parody, which consists of wild puns and what seem to be pot brownie references.
“Hey, whatever you put in these brownies, I don’t know what they are, but boy they are delicious,” she says in the clip. “Maybe we should ask him to moo-ve, moooooo-ve, mooooo-ve it along.”
“Hey, if we’re in his way, maybe he should use his horns,” she also jokes.
Ellen then continues to mock Matthew, particularly his mannerisms, before telling the True Detective actor that the “guitar music is weird.” So what does she do? She switches the radio to Lil’ Jon‘s “Turn Down for What” and has her own little dance party in the backseat.
The two then drive off together as Ellen yells, “Pass me another brownie!”
What do YOU think of the commercial with Ellen, HollywoodLifers? Did you laugh upon watching it? Tell us what you think!
— Chris Rogers