posted on Oct, 10 2013 @ 07:53 PM
I hate to rain on anyones Conspiracy theory but it probably was just an accident.
The Graphics, usually called a lower third, was made weeks before the show was even finished.
The graphics may have been farmed out or done in house with no idea of what it was going to go over or when.
It probably went something like this:
The Ivy league network exec says "Hey we need a promo for this Once show thingy, get marketing on it"
The former failed cheerleader with the perfect hair in marketing has a team meeting, all made of the popular kids in school who can't hold real jobs,
and comes up with the idea of:
A rabbit bouncing in, Drawing A Big O with magic fairy dust...Once....big O...Once....got it, ha, ha they bask in their creative genius and go to
lunch to get drunk on wine.
The order is sent to one of her flunkies, himself a former frat boy/wanna be actor who may or may not be gay, depending on if there is a part in it
He trots the script/storyboards over to the Graphics Department where it is handed to a George Lucas wanna be burned out CGI artist whose most
pressing thought is,
"Can I get this crap done and rendering in time so I can go to Yaki's for lunch?"
The spot get finished, dumped to tape and handed to a tired Tech at the network and told "run it".
Where he asks? and is told "I don't know Lower third, Center"
Things like placement and timing not being part of the creative process.
The spots get aired at an inopportune placement and time, Conservative mothers across America are Aghast,
Liberals laugh, People point it out as further proof of the vast conspiracy to subvert their children, which by the way, started when the
Jewish/Masonic/Hollywood liberal/Illuminati/Commie Elk club members introduced the hulla hoop in the 1958.
And the world goes on being just as frigging nuts as it was before.