James Corden is the Confused.com driver

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No sh!t, Sherlock.....

Irritating individual IMHO
 
Nice car though. :cool:
the Reg plate isn't genuine by the way- Last seen on a Morris Minor Traveller on Midsomer Murders!:eek:
 
Nice car though. :cool:
the Reg plate isn't genuine by the way- Last seen on a Morris Minor Traveller on Midsomer Murders!:eek:

It is a genuine plate and the Minor is insured. Obviously artistic licence using it in the ad.
 
what model it is please?
 
It is a genuine plate and the Minor is insured. Obviously artistic licence using it in the ad.

Interesting that a genuine licence plate can be " up for hire" wonder how that works. I suppose a fee is involved? I assume the MERC with its original number plate was driven on those roads { closed to traffic?? } several times with some slick editing and the green traffic lights and number plate substituted via CGI later. :dk:
 
Interesting that a genuine licence plate can be " up for hire" wonder how that works. I suppose a fee is involved? I assume the MERC with its original number plate was driven on those roads { closed to traffic?? } several times with some slick editing and the green traffic lights and number plate substituted via CGI later. :dk:

The MM is probably owned by the film company. Closed roads means it's like a film set so normal rules do not apply.
 
Very much like the filming of 'The Saint' where the ST 1 number plate was owned by a little old lady in Inverness , who was often seen running around with it on her Austin 1100 , and steadfastly refused all offers to sell . I once saw the car in Edinburgh with that plate , although I believe it was sold after her death .

This meant that the TV car was not street legal and all filming had to be done on closed roads .
 
Watching this again is it cgi? Just some of the action looks false?
 
I'll never forgive James Cordon for NOT being Smiffy!

He created a perfect sitcom character but due to his enormous ego, wanted the public to like him for being himself.

Turned out, he's not as likable as Smiffy...
 
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So much better than those annoying stupid robot things they had in their earlier adverts.

As for that moneysupermarket ad with that prat cavorting like a desparate lady of the night, well..... I wouldnt use their website purely because of the awful adverts. I cant think of a worse ad campaign.........
 
I'll never forgive James Cordon for NOT being Smiffy!

He created a perfect sitcom character but due to his enormous ego, wanted the public to like him for being himself.

Turned out, he's not as likable as Smiffy...

That's funny.
 

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