Ben Stein, who famously played Ferris Bueller's economics teacher in the 1986 classic comedy, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," wasn't asked to spoof his much-repeated line in the Honda Super Bowl ad -- but he thinks he should have been.
Stein told a TMZ reporter that "it was a good ad, but I should have been in it."
In the ad, Broderick recreates many of his scenes from the film. Instead of Stein staring out at a zoned-out economics class droning "Bueller ... Bueller?", the ad featured an unknown actor droning "Broderick ... Broderick" as the actor picks up his car.
"They had a guy imitating my voice, they should've had me in it," Stein told TMZ.
Stein offered a solution to soothe his ruffled feathers, but he's a little mixed up on brands. "Just my humble opinion, but I think they used my voice, they should give me a top of the line Toyota -- I mean, Honda!"
Stein was also asked what he thought of the occasionally rumored "Ferris Bueller" sequel, featuring a fortysomething Broderick. "I want to be in it; I want to be in anything," he said.
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