Father-daughter ISIS ad parody on ‘Saturday Night Live’ sparks outrage

The show is known for pushing the envelope. But does the father-daughter ISIS ad parody go too far?

By Daddyhood Staff
Posted on Mar 2, 2015 - 3:15pm

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Father daughter ISIS parody on ‘SNL’ starring Dakota Fanning is sparking debate between what is funny and what is in poor taste.

Dakota Johnson, star of ’50 Shades of Grey’ could have appeared naked on stage when she guest-hosted NBC’s Saturday Night Live and received less attention.

But Johnson is making headlines for starring in a father-daughter ISIS ad parody on SNL that’s sparking quite a debate.

The ad copies a commercial for Toyota Camry (scroll down), where a dad gives a tearful goodbye to his daughter who’s joining the military.

In this ad, though, the daughter, played by Dakota Johnson, leaves to join ISIS!

“You be careful, OK?” the dad tells his daughter in the ISIS parody ad.

“Dad, it’s just ISIS,” Johnson says, and then gives a wink to her old man.

The father glances out to one of the ISIS fighters and says “Take care of her.”

The ISIS soldier replies with a strong accent: “Death to America!”

The truck then drives off as the militants fire their weapons into the air.

The parody concludes with the slogan: “ISIS. We’ll take it from here, dad.”

The responses have been flowing:

Original ad from Toyota Camry:

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