They say, “love knows no bounds.” We say it almost does.
The commercial is undergirded by some strong voiceover performances from whoever slimily voiced the alligator, the jazz-singing flamingo, and the seal who sounds like a precursor to Larry David.
First aired: Early '90s Rick Snyder may be governor of Michigan, and Mike Duggan mayor of Detroit, but when someone asks us who’s really in charge of Michigan, we say Sam Bernstein.
For those who control the levers of power in Washington and for the global special interests, they partner with these people that don't have your good in mind.
The political establishment, that is trying to stop us, is the same group responsible for our disastrous trade deals, massive illegal immigration, and economic and foreign policies that have bled our country dry.
Alan's should be the first thing you think of as a Detroiter. Alan's has it all: low-budget appeal, non-professional actors, his unforgettable catchphrase ("29 or two for $50"), a voiceover shrieking that catchphrase at you in all kinds of audio mixes, and a view into that peculiar world where live-action and animated characters hang out without it being questioned.