Lowe's Store Robots Get Ridiculed By John Oliver And Nick Offerman

Posted: Nov 3 2014, 5:28am CST | by , in News | Latest TV News

Lowe's Store Robots get Ridiculed by John Oliver and Nick Offerman

HBO's Last Week Tonight with John Oliver made fun of Lowe's recent introduction of store robots. The clip is hilarious and it stars Nick Offerman as a Home Depot sales clerk.

John Oliver had a great Last Week Tonight yesterday. One of the clips released online from the show is about Lowe's announcement to employ store robots for the Holiday season. John Oliver explains why this is such a bad idea for a home improvement store. To help illustrate the point he got help from Nick Offerman who plays an Home Depot sales assistant in a fictitious Home Depot ad.

John Oliver makes the point that the main task of sales assistants in home improvement stores is to save relationships.

Watch the hilarious clip below. Lowe's is not only at the forefront of costumer service, but also in social media. As reported the retailer will announce Black Friday 2014 deals starting today as Vine videos.

Besides Nick Offerman, H. Jon Benjamin, and Sarah Baker star in the fake Home Depot ad.

The Last Week Tonight with John Oliver has recently passed the 1 million subscriber milestone. Not bad considering the show is not running that long. To mark the occation John Oliver published a web exclusive clip. Watch it below.

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