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Chris Webber Dons a Wig to Parody Those Weird Southern Comfort Ads

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-AYhOHaeVw

What's the only thing weirder than this Southern Comfort spot? This Southern Comfort spot with Chris Webber.

The former NBA big man put on his best outfit to star in a parody of the TV commercial, and it's nearly impossible to watch without at least cracking a smile at him performing karate in a hair salon.

When Southern Comfort normally flashes its logo on a whiskey glass at the end of the commercial, Webber is seen drinking his "Webber Rye" under the brand's slogan, "Whatever's comfortable."

Maybe this will prompt Webber's NBA on TNT co-star, Kenny "The Jet" Smith, to do an 1800 Tequila spoof.

[ProBasketballTalk]

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