It's not the first time an internet hit's been set in an IKEA, though - as the LA Times has noted, the Burbank store alone has had two other well-known web videos set there, one of which (reality TV spoof ' The Real World: IKEA') was also filmed guerilla-style, without the store's knowledge.If you watch one video on the web today (apart from the Clarkson one), it should probably be this clip of William Shatner's beat poet-style recitation Sarah Palin's final speech as Alaksa's governor, on US talk show The Tonight Show.
I’m thinking of father-daughter purity balls as well as, um, Courtney Stodden’s pop.
We're guessing that the creators of the blog Nic Cage As Everyone - which comes with the description 'founded on the belief that everything in life would be better with a little more Nic Cage' - probably fall into the pro-Nic Cage camp.
The evidence for this would be the great levels of effort they've put into Photoshopping Nic Cage's face onto a dizzying array of other faces, in their effort to create an entire world populated only by Nic Cages.
My dad never told me to go out and have "awesome sex" -- but he clearly communicated that sex could be awesome.
In his geeky vernacular, this meant saying things along the lines of, "Good sex is like two star systems colliding in outer space." We didn’t have just one sex talk; over time, he painted a picture of what sex meant to him and to my mom.
But one internet soap opera has taken the quick and cheap ethos to new heights, by filming the entire show in a branch of IKEA… ' IKEA Heights' is shot, guerrilla-style, in the Swedish flat-pack emporium's store in Burbank, California, with the store's lovingly crafted showroom homes standing in for their sets.