Slate's Seth Stevenson always seems to opine on the same ads I'm obsessed with. We must watch a lot of the same TV. This week he takes aim at the Victoria's Secret spots featuring Bob Dylan, who shows up in the campaign singing "Love Sick" from his 1997 album Time Out of Mind. Stevenson writes, "We cut to a shot of some sort of death's-head demon ... Wait … stand by … I'm now being told that this creature is in fact Bob Dylan." The intrepid columnist speculates about why Bob Dylan might have the ad, eventually concluding that the singer's motive was exposure (no pun intended). But I have to go with one of Stevenson's other guesses: it's all a prank. I mean, really, this is Bob Dylan we're talking about here. It's just the sort of bizarre humor he might pull off. And since the song is anything but a romantic ode, the joke just may be on Victoria's Secret.