This time, they've had hundreds of thousands of hits, with a commercial on YouTube that tells kids to say "no" to crack and "yes" to a Nevada roller rink.
Good advice, guys!
The 90-second spot was developed for Roller Kingdom in Reno by the McLaughlin-Neal team. It had nearly 240,000 views on YouTube by midday Friday, four days after it was posted online.
The campy video features a drug dealer offering pills to a boy...a man trying to lure children into a van with candy...and gang members inviting kids to spray-paint bridges.
The children tell the bad guys they'd rather be roller skating.
The owner of Roller Kingdom, Brad Armstrong, told KRNV-TV that the duo offered to produce the commercial for free so they could show it on their cable TV show, "Rhett and Link: Commercial Kings."
That's also a hit.