Is advertising regressing? No really, is it?
Grandma's cookies taste so much like homemade cookies you might mistake someone in accounting (the advertising cliché is always accounting) for your real grandma. Apparently these cookies come with unwanted psychological repercussions. That's not creepy at all.
"Though her name may be unfamiliar to young people, Anita Hill's testimony...." is the line that really hammers home that this cliff notes of history is targeted at millennials and I am officially old.
In 1970 Vince Lombardi, legendary football player, coach and executive, held a speech about "What It Takes to be Number One". That speech is the backdrop to the one million and one things mothers do for their children. They find them to console them after a fight.
3M's picture hanging strips called Command are great for hanging stuff. Also, MC Hammer. In MC Hammer Pants. The 90's are back.
I think it's a shame he didn't bust a move because that would have been a much better end to the spot.
The Wyndham Rewards guy is back only now he's a weatherman combining the two. This is a very strange ad. It's like it's trying to be ironic but it's too earnest to be ironic. It's like what would happen if Capital One and Old Spice had a baby.
The Wyndham Rewards call center guy is taking calls from his "office" in the middle of a swimming pool. Delightfully silly, but it gets its point across.
This tells the story of the extraordinary life and times of a strawberry. How much time and costs and energy it takes to get them from field to grocery store to your refrigerator where all they do is sit there and rot, your miserable human!
Bang. This is one tough hard alcoholic apple juice. With a taste that is bold. We're talking break-the-glass hard. Better drink it from the can next time.
It's about to get wicked. So wicked, the glass itself will actually pee itself. hence my title, Apple juice. Geddit?