Simon Roberts and daughter Sydney's advertising agency risks loosing its only major client, MacDonalds, who likes none of their campaign concepts. Simon promises a modern version of a 1980s hit one, starring a major vocal artist. The only option in the given time is haughty Kelly Clarkson, who is promised she can use the video as a launch path for her career shift into sexy. Simon counts on his irresistible deputy Zach Cropper's womanizer magic to talk her over during the recording session.
Did You Know?
Reference is made to selling a lot of "hamburgers and reasonably-sized soft drinks." This is very likely a jab at NYC's recent attempt to ban the sale of sugared soft drinks larger than 16 oz. The ban would have been applied to restaurants, food vendors, and movie theatres, among others, but not to groceries and bodegas. The proposed ban also did not seek to ban free refills. See more
I'm a partner now. My name's on the door.
Really? I thought that was just my name twice.
References The Flintstones
It Ain't the Meat It's the Motion
Written by Henry Glover
Performed by Kelly Clarkson
and James Wolk
Produced by Tommy Faragher See more