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Interview with “Key”…

Written By: - Date published: 6:42 am, August 26th, 2014 - 16 comments
Categories: brand key, john key, Satire - Tags: , , ,

Billed as “Decision 2014 Part 1”, Here’s Michael Hurst staring as John Key’s office…

16 comments on “Interview with “Key”… ”

  1. crocodill 1

    Makes Clint Eastwood look not so silly anymore. John Key now suggests that their is little difference between interviewing an empty chair and asking questions of John Key.

  2. Tania 3

    Lol I think this sums it all up

  3. Mac1 4

    “L’Office, c’est moi!” The Gaulle of the man.

  4. Brian 5

    Loved it – great giggle to start the day!

  5. Ben Adam 6

    John Key’s office…… office!……at first glance, I read that as ‘orifice’!

  6. CeeH 7

    speak to the ✋ yeah nah speak to the office

  7. ianmac 8

    Like a live cartoon. Great.
    (Is that a NZ production or a Brit one?)

  8. Bunji 9

    No office is an island!

    It is a truth universally acknowledged, that an office in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.

    etc

  9. hoom 10

    Nice, Clarke & Dawe style.

  10. disturbed 11

    BRILLIANT! HOW CAN WE GET MAINSTEAM TO BROADCAST IT?

    We really need spoofs and laughter as we go to this the dirtiest political election in history with a media that has abandoned or democratic rights to an impartial election coverage voice.

    Where’s the MSM spoofs to replace former shows like “face off” & McPhail & Gadsby?

    National hates any criticism and we worry here, as we are becoming very rigid.

    These short spoofs show the stupidly of the Government better than other ways do.

  11. Richard 12

    Totally unrealistic…..he only said “At the end of the day..” once.

    • NZJester 12.1

      Of course it is unrealistic Richard. Even though Michael Hurst is a great actor, he does not yet compare to the greater actor that is John Key. You could see it in Michael Hurst’s face that he did not believe in the words coming out of his own mouth. John however is a man that made a lot of people in New Zealand think that he is an honest and good man above bad mouthing others and looked as though he was speaking the truth. He convinced a lot of swing voters at the last election to vote for National as he told them with a straight face that Labour would ruin the economy and all Nationals current problems are due to the previous Labour Government. If not for the book Dirty Politics giving people a peek behind the honest man mask a lot of people would still believe in his superb acting and think he was still telling the truth. Even with the book out there John’s acting skills have managed to still convince a deluded few that it is all a left wing smear campaign. I bet even a great actor like Michael Hurst wishes he could improve his acting even more to be as convincing as New Zealand’s greatest actor John Key.

  12. venezia 13

    I love it! Here’s a challenge to the MSM – show it at 7pm on “Current Affairs”.

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