Sunday, November 1, 2015

When you're an admaker for Geico, you make crappy commercials. It's what you do.

What the people who made this awful lump of obnoxious dumb know about little kids can fit comfortably into any sitcom.  In fact, what they know about little boys in general is clearly derived from watching way too many sitcoms.  It's the only explanation for their depiction of a "young forever" Peter Pan character as a crude, rude, boorish little creep played for laughs.

Oh yeah- and another thing that you do if you make commercials for Geico- you make commercials that have nothing to do with car insurance.  When was the last time you saw one which featured a car?

1 comment:

  1. I don't know either. I think people might actually go crazy rampage nuts if they saw a Government Employees Insurance Company ad that had a person standing next to a car, talking about an accident, holding a picture of said formerly banged-up car and telling us how GEICO helped him or her fix it. They don't think 'trying to haggle with insurance agent' any longer; they think 'mascot of the week.'