Smirk Du Jour: Slightly Bent Panel Cartoons

The lost art of the panel cartoon came roaring back when comedy writer Walt Jaschek teamed with illustrator Tony Patti for Smirk Du Jour, a…

Radio Ad Script | “Albert Einstein” in “Marketing Genius”

Dr. Albert Einstein has a new theory. He’s just not sure how to “market” it. In fact, he’s “pulling his hair” over it. And if…

Radio Ad Script | “Mr. Rippemoff” for NewsCenter 7 Wastebusters

Funny dialogue and theatre of the mind are at play in this radio spot for Miami’s NewsCenter 7 and their fraud-exposing team of reporters known…

“Cellular Guy” Radio Ad Scripts for Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems

This radio commercial for early generation Southwestern Bell mobile phones established a lively, ear-catching format we used often: a droll voice offering product benefits interlaced…

Radio Ad Script | “Beat-Yourself-Up Hotline” | Smartship.com

“Beat-Yourself-Up Hotline” is a 60-second, funny radio commercial created by Paul & Walt Worldwide for Smartship.com. It stars Stewart Sloke as a caller to the…

Radio Ad Script | Viva La Volvo

“Viva La Volvo” is a 60-second radio spot created by Paul & Walt Worldwide for the Southern California Dealers Association. It amusingly depicts a woman’s…

Radio Ad Script | “Missing Persons” | For Matlock

“Missing Persons” is a funny radio commercial created by Paul & Walt Worldwide for the syndicated run of the TV series “Matlock” starring Andy Griffith.…

Radio Ad Script | Budweiser | Star-In-Your-Own Commercial

Guys! Have you ever wanted to star in your own beer commercial? Well, now you can, thanks to this Budweiser radio spot that will “cue”…

Radio Ad Script | “Laugh Catalog”

One of the first radio collaborations between Walt Jaschek and Paul Fey was this Clio-award-winning spot (“Best Use of Sound”) for George Schlatter’s Comedy Club,…

How to Kill a Pitch: Video Satirizing Ad Biz

Oh, creatives! Don’t fall on that sword over your favorite idea. Certainly don’t pull pistols! “How to Kill a Pitch” is a cautionary comedy video Walt…

Marvel Comics Flashback: Walt’s Team-Up With Jim Lee in What The–?! #5

Walt Jaschek looks back on his story in What The–? #5, Marvel’s self-parody comic, originally published in 1989. Walt recalls: “Just as my freelance writing…

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