In Brett's Johnsonville commercial, there's a car chase with all kinds of cars. But they are all trying to chase down the Johnsonville semi. So the truck drivers realized they left the grill on again and there's nothing to do but stop and feed everyone.
Jeff is an employee at Johnsonville and because Johnsonville does everything there, including commercials. In this case, Jess enjoys the forest with his talking animals who are very keen to know more about Johnsonville. He's all too keen to respond.
Johnsonville is a family-owned company and the people are responsible for everything, including the commercials. This formulaic campaign is redeemed somewhat by the aw-shucks Midwestern sensibilities of the employees. But make no mistake, it's still a formula.
How long should you sit in a chair for a haircut? Too long and you are being styled. Too short and you are being taken. What does that have to do with sub sandwiches, you ask? Something to do with time.
Being a good firefighter takes-- bells. With an "E." Not an "A." Sure, your mind wants to stay in the gutter and embrace 20 seconds of dick joke, but don't do it. You're better than that! Okay, maybe you're not.
Let's celebrate all manner of innovation that has made our life better like the crescent wrench and the uh, labradoodle? And steam! Because steam makes turkey and cheddar cheese extra yummy when it's steamed.