Is This Lyft Driver for Real?

Honda Pranks Passengers With Help From Nick Thune

Published on Oct 15, 2014

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Comedian Nick Thune plays Brad, a Lyft driver with a few unusual habits, in a series of hidden-camera pranks filmed to promote the Honda Fit.

Agency RPA brought in Fred Savage (the former child actor who has directed episodes of "Modern Family" and "Always Sunny in Philadelphia") to direct the video, which shows Brad surprising his passengers in various dryly hilarious ways. These range from Brad asking them to help him rehearse lines from the script of a soap opera to listening to him being dumped by his girlfriend. On speaker phone.

As part of the same campaign, Honda is teaming up with Vine stars such as Cody Johns to create video clips featuring the Fit.

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Oct 15, 2014
Production Company:
Uber Content
Fred Savage
Executive Producer:
Preston Lee
Executive Vice President, Chief Creative Officer:
Joe Baratelli
Senior Vice President/Executive Creative Director:
Jason Sperling
Vice President, Creative Social Media Dir.:
J Barbush
Senior Art Director:
Leo Borges
Josh Hepburn
Art Director:
Joaquin Salim
Peter Megler
Social Media Copywriter Intern:
David Bassine
Social Media Copywriter Intern:
Gabrielle Flam
Senior Vice President/Chief Production Officer:
Gary Paticoff
Vice President, Executive Producer:
Isadora Chesler
Phung Vo
Vice President, Director, Business Affairs:
Maria Del Homme
Senior Business Affairs Manager:
Jennifer Ross
Production Company:
Uber Content
Fred Savage
Executive Producer:
Preston Lee
Line Producer:
Tom Lowe
Teddy Gersten
Assistant Editor:
Leah Turner
Post Producer:
Alexa Atkin
Flame Artist:
Wes Waldron
Flare Artist:
Steven Williams
Executive Producer:
Rob Van
Mix and Sound Design:
Lime Studios
Dave Wagg
Producer Assistant:
Adam Primack
Executive Producer:
Jessica Locke
Celebrity Talent:
Nick Thune
Creative Director:
Sarah May Bates

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