I have always wanted to point out that in the movie "WKTEC" they showed the arguably scary EV1 commercial that is a cheap pan/zoom out on a dark print ad backed with a bad Seussian voiceover.. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5123557282079422812&q=GM+EV1&total=147&start=10&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=4 Then in the movie they went out of their way to "shoot an EV1 commercial" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg3Vlr-W0q4 calling it a loving sendoff but implying a good spot was never done. I disagree. GM was equally schizophrenic in their TV commercials as they were in every other part of the car’s existence. The filmmakers and other EV1 zealots usually fail to point out that while Mr. Hyde Produced the dark brooding, 2 dollar EV1 spot. The Dr. Jekyll side of GM did a VERY expensive cutting edge commercial called "Appliances" where home gadgets come alive and travel into the street to greet the new electric car, the Saturn EV1. It was packed with groundbreaking Computer Graphics at the time and very well done. The company, George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic won a Clio and was nominated for an Emmy for their work on the now ignored commercial. http://www.splendad.com/ads/show/893-EV1-Appliances This link shows the original 90 second version: EV1 TV commercial The conspiracy theorists need to give GM and Saturn their two faced credit where it was due.