Friends, enemies, business associates, we are of many minds about this:
-We are positively sweating with pleasure at the fact that our girls have found such mainstream success
-We feel aggrieved to see the best minds of our generation destroyed by corporate madness (or, at the very least, hawking goods for a company that does not prioritize basic human rights for its workers)
-We are hypocrites and feel ashamed! We are holding Abbi and Ilana to a higher standard than Harrison Ford, also a Jewish artist, also starring in the Amazon Super Bowl ads! Probably because they are women and he is a man!
-But come on, doesn’t “Broad City” take stands against exorbitant wealth and over-corporatizing? Ala Soulstice and Deals Deals Deals and being so broke that you decide to eat free seafood until your anaphylaxis kicks in?
-And goddamnit, Harrison! You’ve crashed, like, 17 private planes! Stand for something, man!
-Abbi and Ilana are going to make so much money from this their grandchildren will be able to take a 9th semester at Bard
See for yourself:
Two Jewesses (their word!) in a hot tub during the Super Bowl selling robots. Don’t say it’s not the American dream.
Jenny Singer is the deputy lifestyle editor for the Forward. You can reach her at Singer@forward.com or on Twitter @jeanvaljenny
This story "‘Broad City’ Ladies Will Star In Amazon Super Bowl Ad" was written by Jenny Singer.