In a new commercial for Old Navy, Amy Poehler plays a quirky attorney who can't get over a job candidate's pants, and the outtakes from her ad are pretty hilarious. She asks the young girl to dance then explains that her law firm represents cats in criminal trials before admitting that she lives in a filthy lighthouse. Show More Summary
Never thought about it before, but of course cats need lawyers, too. Amy Poehler is the newest spokesperson for Old Navy, and dammit, that does make us like Old Navy more. Their nefarious plan to use a likeable celebrity to pull us over...Show More Summary
Like Backstreet Boys and Boys II Men before her, Amy Poehler has become an official spokesperson for Old Navy. Her ad — which is now airing on television — is charming and funny, much like Poehler herself. That said, is it enough? Of course, it's not and because of that, Old Navy has been nice enough to release the commercial's very delightful outtakes. Read more...
Amy Poehler shines as a boss with a pampered dog and an obsession with a prospective employee’s pants in Chandelier’s new spot for Old Navy, created in conjunction with Rock Paper Scissors and Sonic Union. In the spot, the Parks andShow More Summary
Last week, Old Navy launched a new ad with Amy Poehler playing a lawyer interviewing a potential assistant, but instead of asking about law stuff, she only cares about pants. It's fun. But not as a fun as this new clip of Poehler just riffing as the lawyer. How wonderful... More »
We love everything Amy Poehler does, even when she’s sexually harassing a job applicant over her Old Navy pixie pants. More » Hilarious Old Navy Commercial Outtakes Prove Amy Poehler Is A Comedy God is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Get sex, dating advice, culture news and hot trends for women..
Old Navy has enlisted Amy Poehler for their latest spring campaign promoting their cute Pixie Pant line. The Parks and Rec comedian will be starring in an upcoming series of commercials for the brand, and we think it's a pretty brilliant move for Old Navy. Show More Summary
It's a wonder how she hasn't been snatched up sooner in the world of advertisement, but Amy Poehler is now making us smile in a new series of Old Navy commercials. In the first ad, the "Parks and Recreation" star plays an interviewer...Show More Summary
Is there anything Amy Poehler can't do? (Answer: No). In addition to her starring role on Parks and Recreation, her acclaimed turns as Golden Globes co-host and her appearance in pretty much the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Amy Poehler Parks and Recreation Golden Globe Awards
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - When Gap Inc began an online campaign ahead of the launch its Old Navy label in China, the iconic U.S. clothes retailer posed an important question to its potential Chinese consumers: have you heard of Old Navy? Only a few had.
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In April of 1939 the Women's Royal Navy Service (WRNS; popularly and officially known as the Wrens) was reconstituted to provide support to the British Royal Navy as well as to free up male members of the Royal Navy to serve at sea.Show More Summary
Not that I usually follow Old Navy’s ad campaigns, but I thought this one was somewhat relevant to our community: Love it? Hate it? Meh? I found the first 35 seconds amusing enough. The rest just seemed unnecessary. The post Old Navy’s...Show More Summary
The comments on AdWeek's Ad of the Day review of Old Navy's new Chandelier-created ad featuring MADtv comic Debra Wilson sum it up perfectly. "Interesting. I didn't laugh once. Nevertheless, I think this actually COULD be funny if they cut it to a :30 and simplify by focusing on the fake wand sounds gag. Show More Summary
This is a welcome gesture, particularly after yesterday's rather twisted CBO report. Retailer Gap, which owns Banana Republic and Old Navy along with other retail fashion lines, announced they are increasing their minimum wage to $10...Show More Summary
On 1 June 1794, the Royal Navy fought a fleet of French warships in the eastern Atlantic, an action that became known (in Britain, anyway) as “the Glorious First of June.” There are two connections between this fight and America. First, the French warships were escorting a grain convoy from the U.S. Show More Summary
At 11 years old, the robot helicopter called the MQ-8 Fire Scout is a at least a preadolescent. But ever since the reconnaissance drone’s first flight in 2002, it’s had one big problem: It’s a little bit…little.So, at the Navy’s request, manufacturer Northrop Grumman basically did a brain transplant. Show More Summary
Today in U.S. Naval History - February 5 1854 - Dedication of first chapel built on Navy property, Annapolis, Md. 1941 - Chief Nurse Marion B. Olds and Nurse Leona Jackson, Navy, arrive on Guam.
There's an old adage that the environment is never saved--just continually being saved. And the U.S. Navy's testing and training with high intensity active sonar is a perfect example. When it comes to the next five years of trainingShow More Summary
Behold the Severodvinsk—the pride of the Russian Navy, the first of the post-Soviet era Yasen-class submarines. It entered service at the end of December 2013 and it will replace the old Akula-class and Alfa-class subs. But unlike those warships, and thanks to a new cruise missile, the Severodvinsk has strategic and tactical nuclear weapon capabilities. Read more...