Hey, kids! The MBTA is listening to you.
After months of campaigning to make the T safety guidelines less confusing with a little more song and dance from the employees during your morning commute, we have great news!
“It’s already been BROUGHTEN!” says a T employee before dropping the mic, walking away, and never looking back.
The Safety Bounce is a 3 minute MBTA safety video that shows Beverly A. Scott’s got the chops for her fairly new position as MBTA General Manager and has rightfully earned her
Ph.D in Dropping That Thun Thun.
You guys, she’s really done her research; this is by far the T’s best reenactment of that one Buffy episode to date.
Fire on the Red Line? Damn right there was.
Did someone accidentally hit the third rail? Because those dance moves killed. You’d better expect major delays, commuters, because the MBTA is taking a slow ride on the Soul Train.
Additional T-related joke!
“Bounce when you ride it,” sings the band in a tune that I’m totally sure was written for this commercial and not just a cast off song from Rihanna’s next album.
Dancing! Conga drums! Charlie doing the Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It!
This campaign has it all! Watch it, enjoy it, and also wonder if maybe some poor guy lost his job because he missed his train trying to work through that flash mob on the platform. “I know it’s not 2007, but I swear to god I got stuck in a flash mob.”