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Ricky Gervais Returns With More Brilliant Zero-Effort Adverts

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You have to admire anyone that can put in this little effort and still be hilarious.

After providing two no-nonsense adverts for Australian telecommunications provider Optus to promote their launch of Netflix - watch those here - Ricky Gervais is back with another couple of hilarious clips for the company.

Watch as he is offered "even more money for less effort", and then wrestles with the artistic implications of his latest venture. It's a harrowing watch.

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