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 Post subject: Commercials NOIBN
PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 7:16 am 
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This has been bugging me since I first saw this commercial. It's for (I think)Chrysler Town and Country van. There's a lady with short dark hair which we see; sitting in a recliner reading while wearing a blouse and a short black skirt, jogging on a treadmill in stretch sweats, playing with paper airplanes with a young girl while back in the black skirt then going out to the vehicle to demonstrate how easy it is to get the seats folded down in the rear still wearing the black skirt.

Now comes the question! She reminds me, physically, very much of the female in the first two seasons of "24" that eventually killed Jack's wife. Has anyone seen this commercial and if so have you felt the same?

Oh yeah; NOIBN = Not Otherwise Indicated By Name.

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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2006 11:53 am 
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OK, so I guess nobody saw that one. How 'bout this?

Young girl, pre-teen, in a spelling bee gets stuck on the word aardvark when a frosted cereal not unlike a small shredded wheat with icing appears on her microphone and she then spells the work correctly?

On the surface this girl has almost everything wrong with her face; big ears, doofus smile and it looks like some missing teeth. But for some reason she has to be one of the cutest girls in commercials right now. :wink: Why? I really think she's a doll. What's the attraction? :scratchhead:

And don't anybody say "Cabbage Patch Dolls" cuz I HATED those ugly beasts with a passion! :flame:


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'cause she knows how to spell Aardvark? :smile:

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Sorry, JT. I haven't seen the commercial, and I didn't watch the program. :(

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'cause she knows how to spell Aardvark? :smile:


Now that'd be the way to win a man's heart. :love:


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"Cabbage Patch Dolls"


Was that a show? I only remember the ugly dolls when they came out. Of course that was probably waaaayyyyyy before your time. :angel:


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"Cabbage Patch Dolls"


Was that a show? I only remember the ugly dolls when they came out. Of course that was probably waaaayyyyyy before your time. :angel:

They may have made a cartoon using the cabbage patch dolls, but as far as I'm concerned, they are still the ugliest things ever sold.
Cute tho, in an ugly sort of way. Kinda like a pug nose dog.

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Xjmt wrote:
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Was that a show? I only remember the ugly dolls when they came out. Of course that was probably waaaayyyyyy before your time. :angel:


No, I was actually responding to your first note, probably should have quoted it. :scratchhead:

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A line from a song as sung by Harry Belafonte,

"It was clear as mud but it covered the ground.."

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No, I was actually responding to your first note


Actually my first note only addresses a commercial not a show. In fact I usually see this commercial on CNN 'tho it does appear on network TV from time to time.

I still think she looks like the 'bad lady' in "24". :cool:


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Donahoo wrote:
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Well, didn't you mention the actress in the COMMERCIALreminded you of the actress in the SHOW? Image

I must have had a senior moment. :scratchhead:























I'm so glad JT has a sense of humor. :rotfl:

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Donahoo wrote:
Well, didn't you mention the actress in the COMMERCIALreminded you of the actress in the SHOW? Image

I must have had a senior moment. :scratchhead:

OH!! THAT dead horse!! :rotfl:























I'm so glad JT has a sense of humor. :rotfl:


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Xjmt wrote:
OK, so I guess nobody saw that one. How 'bout this?

Young girl, pre-teen, in a spelling bee gets stuck on the word aardvark when a frosted cereal not unlike a small shredded wheat with icing appears on her microphone and she then spells the work correctly?

On the surface this girl has almost everything wrong with her face; big ears, doofus smile and it looks like some missing teeth. But for some reason she has to be one of the cutest girls in commercials right now. :wink: Why? I really think she's a doll. What's the attraction? :scratchhead:

And don't anybody say "Cabbage Patch Dolls" cuz I HATED those ugly beasts with a passion! :flame:


I finally saw this commercial today. (first time watching the tube in a long time) and thought the little girl, and the commercial was cute. Totally unbelievable, but cute. I think the attraction for you was her ears. :rotfl:
you an "ear" guy?

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I'm so glad JT has a sense of humor


Because he has to....... :smile:

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I think the attraction for you was her ears.


Because he never listens........ :smile:

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