In Carl's Jr.'s most patriotic ad ever, all-American model Samantha Hoopes in a hot tub in the bed of a truck with the American flag painted on it -- driven by an all-American bull-rider on an aircraft carrier under the gaze of Lady Liberty -- takes a bite of the Most American Thickburger under a red, white and blue fireworks show. Why is all of this split hot dog and kettle-cooked potato chip action on a cheeseburger and ridiculous degree of patriotism happening? Because America, that's why. Try the new Carl's Jr. Most American Thickburger today.
iSpot Review — June 26, 2015
What's more American than a cheeseburger? The Most American Thickburger, loaded with a split hot dog with a bed of kettle cooked potato chips. But the America doesn't stop there, America never stops. The Most American Thickburger sits in the hands of All-American model, Samantha Hoopes, who is wearing a stars and stripes bikini top, sitting in a hot tub on the bed of a pick-up truck driven by an All-American bull rider. The truck sits on an aircraft carrier under the gaze of Lady Liberty with New York City in the background as red, white and blue fireworks explode in the sky as American fighter jets do flybys with red, white, and blue smoke trails. Did we mention that the truck was also painted with the image of the American flag? Why was all of this included into a 30-second Hardee's commercial? Because America, that's why.
But we here at iSpot thought a bit more America could've been added into this TV spot. Where was the bald eagle soaring through the heavens clutching a can of Bud Light in its possession? Where was Metallica with Kirk Hammett shredding a nasty guitar solo in his expression of our national anthem? Where was Chuck Norris and his Total Gym being Chuck Norris? When Carl's Jr. promotes a cheeseburger dubbed as the, "Most American Thickburger" and fills it with patriotic symbols that reflect America, we think they've hit the nail right on the head, but it never hurts to have enough 'Murica.