We're getting into the third act of the Glenn Beck biopic. This is where the main character's carefully foreshadowed selling-out phase reaches a ridiculous height. Any second now, an old zoo crew buddy will show up to say, "You've changed man. You used to be about the crazy, reckless, borderline-racist rants. Now, you're all about the money!"
Glenn Beck does his best Sam Elliot impression while selling his brand of patriotic jeans…
I get that these jeans were made in America, but was this ad made in North Korea? I only ask that because it features a man running away from a poorly-built rocket that never goes off.
This isn't the first time a radio show host hocked his own product. Rush Limbaugh currently sells Iced Tea called Two If by Tea (the site features an illustration of a noticeably thinner Rush Limbaugh looking a lot like Russell Crowe in Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World). So it's only a matter of time before we see Michael Savage's brand of They Live sunglasses designed to help you catch illegal aliens.
Tags: Advertising, Glenn Beck, Michael Savage, Rush Limbaugh