Let’s do a new ad, fast. The Jacindamania commercial, explained

The SpinoffLab™ puts the Labour Party’s ad starring Jacinda Ardern through its captioning machine.


View the first National Party ad, explained, here; the National Party teal-runners ad, explained, here; the first Labour Party ad, explained, here; and the first Green Party ad, explained, here.


The leadership switcheroo meant plenty of things for the Labour Party, and among them was having to reshoot their campaign ads. Their centrepiece ad features Ardern heading to the campaign launch rally at the Town Hall in Auckland. Below, the original ad, and just beneath that, our vandalised version.

The original:

The captioned version:


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