Dodge's Super Bowl commercial, called "Man's Last Stand," may not have turned around sales of the struggling brand, but it certainly has generated plenty of chatter -- and a few parodies.
The commercial, created by Dodge's new ad agency, Wieden+Kennedy, showed a series of weary, resigned-looking men staring blankly at the camera as a voiceover speaks of the sacrifices men make to make relationships work.
One example: "I will put the seat down."
The ad ended with the voice saying: "Because I do these things, I will drive the car I want," as a Hemi roars to life and a Dodge Charger surges forward on a highway.
A parody, or rather several of them, have turned up on Youtube.com. "Woman's Last Stand" showed a bunch of weary women talking about the sacrifices they make for their relationships.
A few choice lines: "I will put my career on hold to raise your children. I will make 75 cents for every dollar you make to do the same job. I will see Paul Blart Mall Cop twice. I will watch Super Bowl commercials that depict men as emasculated and oppressed."