David Harbour is as smooth as butter in this hilarious Super Bowl ad for Tide


What with that whole weird pod-eating trend that’s been skyrocketing among teenagers lately, it’s been something of a tricky year so far for Tide.

They needed a good, solid Super Bowl ad to really give them that laundry-fresh start.

Well, with David Harbour in the driving seat, they seem to have chosen wisely. 

In the advert above, Harbour and his silky smooth voice breeze through a bunch of stock scenes while poking fun at various commercial stereotypes.

It’s that slow motion shot of him bouncing on a mattress with white roses that really makes it, though. Read more…

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