You probably first saw her last year picking at her parents' social lives in that biting Toyota Venza spot. It could have also been that Walmart spot, where she proves she can spell "hobo" on a calculator. The three-minute plus video captures a day-in-the-life of a loving family.Dad drives his three daughters to the local pool, while Mom is at home, where she discovers the family dog Muffin has once again disappeared.Having dropped off the kids, the father remains vigilant, even ignoring another call because he sees a neighbor on the street coming out to get his mail, and then, there's a surprise -- a stowaway in the back seat, a young boy.
Or maybe it was the e Bay ad, in which she narrowly evades becoming the polite inheritor of a box full of mom jeans. I don't necessarily want to go the ["Saturday Night Live"] route, but I look up to them so much. “U-verse has more live channels on-the-go than cable.” It’s part of an AT&T campaign — called “Where will you be” — that aired in late April and aims to show how people will watch major news moments of the future.Many of the spot’s 315,000 viewers on Facebook (as of Tuesday morning) called it “inspirational” and “beautiful” and used all-caps words like “LOVE.” The commercial was a bolder choice than, say, the humans on Mars spot that ran before it, because it presents a woman in professional baseball as a when, rather than an if. “As a dad of twin girls, a female major leaguer is something I really hope my girls and I will get to see.” The team presented the idea to AT&T, and “they loved it so all we had to do was make it happen, which we did in just a matter of weeks,” Mac Donald said.But things proceed as normal and the man and boy have a pleasant chat about everyday things like soccer and school.Dad continues to ignore his phone because of his little passenger, but then it all then takes a supernatural turn -- one that explains what the boy was doing there in the first place, and likely, will jolt viewers once again.