Are road trips a struggle for you? Well, then you and Dan Levy have something in common!
Alongside The Office and Parks and Rec's Rashida Jones, the Emmy-winning Schitt's Creek co-creator stars in a new commercial for Citibank's new Custom Cash credit card where he laments about the struggles of having to constantly refill the gas tank whenever you take a trip on the open road.
"I told you this would happen," Rashida says as Dan (who the commercial's narrator affectionately refers to as "always-running-on-empty Dan) pushes their car into the nearest gas station after they ran out of gas.
"The light was not even on!" an exhausted and out-of-breath Dan complains.
"No, it was on," the narrator claps back.
"Never said I was good at road trips," Dan wrote when he shared the ad spot on his Instagram account. "I bought @rashidajones a lovely gift from the gas station. She was...not impressed."
While he may not be good at road trips, the writer-actor is definitely good at giving viewers a chuckle.
Earlier this year, Dan starred in a spicy commercial for Doritos alongside lesbian icon Kate McKinnon that really poured on the laughs (those splits are unforgettable), and we'd be lying if we said we didn't love seeing him on our TV sets plugging some random products for our enjoyment.
As much as we love his commercials though, we love Dan's creative pursuits even more so.
In a recent interview with Town & Country magazine (that was also alongside Rashida Jones), Dan opened up about the possibility of a full-length Schitt's Creek film being made after his co-star and Emmy-winning actress Annie Murphy made comments last month about how "over the moon" she would be if the show's cast got to reunite in the future for a movie project.
"I mean, I've been sending Dan $5 a day in the mail as a bribe. So far, I have not heard back about a movie officially. But, oh, my God, I would be just over the moon if that ever came to pass because I miss everyone so much every day," Murphy told Us Weekly. "Just to see Moira again, I would pay a lot of money to do that."
"Listen, I love everybody so much. I love Annie, even for hinting at that. We had such a great time making the show and I think if the idea is right, I would love to explore what a movie could look like. But, I don't have that idea yet. I'm still searching for it," Dan said in response. "My fingers are crossed, but I also think you need to give people a little time to miss you. So, I'm taking some time and we'll see what happens in the next couple of years, but my fingers are tightly crossed."
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