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Re: Commercials; Good/Bad

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nyadrn wrote:

Okay.  Commercial for Below Deck.    

 

Captain Lee the stud of the sea.    Cracks me up.  Tonight it was stud of the sea on sax.   


@nyadrn - And Captain Lee is happily married, and is very careful to keep a separation from the passengers.


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Re: Commercials; Good/Bad

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Message 12 of 15

Okay.  Commercial for Below Deck.    

 

Captain Lee the stud of the sea.    Cracks me up.  Tonight it was stud of the sea on sax.  

 

 

 

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Re: Commercials; Good/Bad

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When I first saw this commerical,couldn't figure out what the product was, the different situations all had this tag line,'your not taking that'.At the end,young man tells his mom he's taking the car,Subaru. Off camera she says'don't be late'.I thought what the*****,a bad commerical Sue

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Re: Commercials; Good/Bad

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I don't know whether it's intentional or a programming glitch, but sometimes they run the same commercial twice in a row. That makes any content very annoying!

 

I wonder how much Paul "Can you hear me now?" Marcarelli - the Verizon-turned-Sprint guy - got paid to make represent Sprint. Verizon told him they were "moving in a different direction", and stopped using his character in ads.


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Commercials; Good/Bad

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Can I say, I hate the Sprint guy.   Sick of it and him. 

 

 

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