Monday, March 26, 2007

You wanna know what I love?

I love and adore the Geico commercial with the caveman in the airport. You know the one - he's on the moving sidewalk, listening to the muzak and he sees the billboard out of the corner of his eye.

I love that commercial so much, it's embarrassing.

And my favorite part? That damn tennis racket.

Cracks. me. up.

8 comments:

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

I read in Sunday's paper that a sitcom is in the works for the Geico caveman!

Captainwow said...

me too!

PPB said...

I love it too!

Mile High Pixie said...

OMG! As do I! Have you seen the one where they're at the party and one of them evidently got his car insurance through Geico? Priceless! Even though I know I get better rates with my company and don't want to switch, I applaud Geico for making such an entertaining and, dare I say interesting ad campaign.

Christopher said...

sitcom hmmm. we were in the airport this past weekend and we thought of the great commercial as well. i wonder what the plot line of the sitcom would be? would caveman try to date a regular girl? would he work at a rgular job with "modern" people...like a public attorney...or would caveman be a rabbi or minister with 7 kids? or caveman could live with two modern gals...

beth said...

I find it revolting that they are going to raid the commercials to fuel some stupid sitcom...but it's an intereting idea. Hey, it'll make somebody some money...

My favorite part of the airport commercial is the song...I even found it on iTunes and bought it. Everytime I hear it, I think..."caveman..."

Presbyterian Gal said...

Cavemen......Definitely funny stuff. So much better than that annoying green gecko. The one I want to reach through the TV screen, grab by the throat and drag out for my cats to play chase-y bite-y.

TV show from a commercial. *sigh* Shows you how arid the desert of ideas is in Entertainment land.

Cynthia said...

I love the Caveman. And I love the damn gecko too. I just hate their other campaign with cheesy old stars thrown in for no apparent reason. Why would you have two of the highest rated commercial campaigns and add that. It really galls me that it is my dime. I have Geico. BTW they were great when my daughter had an accident.