It's been increasingly obvious that Ernst & Young has the most talented video producers amongst the rank 'n' file Big 4 professionals. Last year we saw a video from the Las Vegas office (it was pulled) that was not the most impressive in terms of the talent presented but a Elvis impersonator made up for the rest of the group.
More recently from the Black and Yellow we've seen a farewell rock video and a mockumentary from across the pond (also pulled) that both demonstrate the sort of right-brained capabilities that exist within E&Y. Today, we bring you the latest in epic E&Y videos that brings voice to the frustration of being stuck in a JIT ("just-in-time") cubicle.
So there's a lot to digest here but I've got my favorite moments picked out:
1. I'm not sure who wears vests to the office these days but it's fashion-forward and I like it.
2. Cursing right off the bat (and not letting up) score bigs points with Adrienne.
3. A Flavia diss is always apropriate.
4. Best lyric ever: I'M THE KING OF EY; ON A JET LIKE TURLEY; YOU'RE IN PUBLIC ACCOUNTING, NO YOU AIN'T LEAVIN' EARLY
5. Kicking the roller was mean (but hilarious).
6. They should have known they were doomed when they wrote the lyric about a partner "seeing me now."
7. Chuck Norris? Obama? Paddycake? Things really took a strange turn at the end.
The word from the tubes is that it's been making the rounds inside and outside E&Y so we're not exactly sure when this was made but our tipster was a little miffed about the possibility of these guys not having anything to do:
Here's another video produced by auditors in the midst of busy season who somehow find time for this shit. This one comes courtesy of EY San Jose. Apparently it's been making it's rounds inside (and outside) of EY all day. HR must be thrilled at this use of company time (and property, from what it appears).
Apparently it never occurred to our tipster that this was a firm-sanctioned production since the Vegas vid went over so well. There's only one way to find out so I left voicemails for both of these guys to try and get the behind-the-JIT story. So far I haven't heard back from either of them but it's still a little early out in San Jose. But whenever you can guys, email us.
Your thoughts on this latest bit of video ingenuity are welcome at this time.