This idea was born when I was thinking to myself that if people shopped for cars like they shopped for computers, everyone would buy a Mac. It's a direct response to Microsoft's annoying "Laptop Hunter" ads. We fade in and there are Justin Long and John Hodgeman standing against the traditional white background, but there are two cars in the scene, one behind Mac and one behind PC. They are identical cars, but the one behind Mac is all silver and very clean looking, and one behind PC is a few different colors, it's covered in stickers, and it's full of random crap. And now the dialog... Mac: "Hi, I'm a Mac." PC: "And I'm a PC." Mac: "So PC, what's with the cars?" PC: "Well someone told me if I found a car that I like, they'd buy it for me." Mac: "Ah, I see." PC: "Yeah, I think I've decided on this one (points to fugly car). It's cheap and it's got all these stickers with different features on them." Mac: "Yeah, I think they may have gone a little overboard with those..." PC: "No, it's fine, the only problem is that no matter how hard I try, I can't get all of this free stuff out of it. (whispers) Besides, they told me I wouldn't get the money if I bought that car." Mac: "Well, I'm sorry to hear that." PC: "Thanks. Well, I've got to hit the road. (drives away and the tires fall off) The end. Best retaliation ever?