Ellen DeGeneres Hilariously Spoofs Matthew McConaughey’s Lincoln Car Commercial

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Ellen DeGeneres is taking backseat driving to a new level. During her show on Monday, Sept. 22, the comedienne unveiled a spoof of one of Matthew McConaughey‘s new car commercials for Lincoln, in which she sits in the backseat of his new MKC and offers humorous commentary on his epic stare-down with a bull in the middle of the road.

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The original ad, directed by Drive filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn, shows the Oscar-winning actor channeling his True Detective character, Rust Cohle, as he has a conversation with himself about the bull, whom he calls Ol’ Cyrus and describes as “1,800 pounds of ‘do whatever the heck I want.'” In the end, he decides to “respect” Ol’ Cyrus’ space and “take the long way.”

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DeGeneres aired the clip on her show, telling the audience, “I have so many questions. But my biggest question is, I don’t know why they cut me out of it.” She added, “I think it made more sense when I was in it.”

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She then proceeded to play her parody of the commercial, which featured lots of bovine puns (think “moo-ving” and “bull-dozing”), an apparent reference to pot-laced brownies, and some good-natured ribbing about McConaughey’s odd mannerisms in the ad.

Watch her spoof above!

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