‘Full Frontal’ hilariously mocks those lame celebrity videos aimed at millennials
Some Get Out The Vote videos are cool or hilarious. Most are lame. Some even mock the millennials they’re trying to get to the polls. But instead of making yet another millennial-targeted video with a celebrity saying the word “vote” over and over again, Samantha Bee’s “Full Frontal” team went a different route.
“What up, guys, it’s me! YouTube celebrity Pat Cassels!” he said riding on a hoverboard. “Today, I’m surprising one of my biggest fans, Ashley, to inspire her to vote. So come on!”
Cassels proceeds to stage a one-man flash mob in Ashley’s cubicle, does all sorts of dances and dresses up in some sort of USO-style dance leotard with a red, white and blue tutu.
“As your celebrity crush,” Cassels begins.
“No,” Ashley replies.
“I’m here to encourage you to get out and vote for Shillery Clinton,” he said.
“I told you, that’s not her name,” Ashley replied, not pleased.
Ultimately, Cassels discovers Ashley voted early, which he never knew was actually a thing. He also discovers he procrastinated too long before registering and can’t register to vote and be able to cast a ballot.
Check out the video below: