I normally don't care for commercials that much but one that my sister and I like is the All-State commercial where the guy (dressed as a raccoon) is in the attic tearing it up while the home-owners are on a vacation. "I've already had like 4 babies." haha, that part is too funny. This man-raccoon saying he's had 4 babies up in the attic.. it's just the way he says it. I don't know, but I laugh every time.
Luckily with the use of our DVR, we don't have to watch commercials anymore! I will say I will always stop and watch the ETrade commercials with the talking baby ~ gets me laughing every time.
There's a Japanese commercial that takes place in a high rise building and a man is getting acupuncture then the building catches on fire, he is on one of the upper floors, his acupuncturist gets out but leaves the patient covered in acupuncture needles behind. The patient,covered in needles, slowly makes his way to the window and the firemen are yelling jump, he looks down, they show him covered in needles, then he looks back and sees the fire. Very funny, not sure what it's called or what it's advertising but funny!!
The Nissan Van Halen commercial. When it played on the TV, my daughter, who was 4 at the time, and me would drop what we were doing and jump and dance all over all the way to the very end. We loved it! Didn't matter if it was at home or elsewhere; some people didn't like that, but sometimes the best times in life are making a fool of yourself for your kid's sake. lol
by Stacie L 3 years ago
FCC acts to quiet blaring TV commercialsWASHINGTON — U.S. communications regulators cracked down on excessively loud TV commercials on Tuesday, implementing a bill passed last year to quiet commercials to the same volume as the programs they accompany. The commission voted unanimously to require...
by Gypsy48 8 years ago
Is anyone else tired of blaring tv commercials? I have to adjust the volume every time a...commercial is aired.
by OLYHOOCH 7 years ago
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by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
What were your favorite TV shows that got cancelled?Mine were "Homicide," "Rock," "Frank's Place," and "Soul Food."
by Luis E Gonzalez 3 years ago
Just got this message and thought I would share it with you. Exciting if it's true!"Mr.Luise Gonzalez My name is Yoshihiro Kume, a producer working at a TV commercial production company in Nagoya, Japan. I ms a very big fan of yours and admire your work. I am now proposing a project plan for...
by Linda Bilyeu 6 years ago
What's your favorite TV sitcom? Past or present...Mine would be "Friends"... Ross, Chandler, Joey, Phoebe, Rachel and Monica will always be my favorite.
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