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Like the Energizer Bunny, The Creativity 20th Anniversary Work Gallery keeps on going, displaying the best work of the last 20 years and seeking your votes to help us determine the best spot of the last 20 years. This week's additions are three spots from TBWA/Chiat/Day for Energizer batteries, the campaign that not only launched a fuzzy pink pop culture superstar and persistent catchphrase, but also broke through both the fourth wall and the bad ad clutter it spoofed. You'll find none of that clutter in our gallery, where we'll keep adding spots each Monday until June. Keep coming back to see updated scores, comments, and content, and use our rate-the-ad feature to describe how each spot ranks among the greatest. (As always, please reserve your "world changing" scores for the spots that truly changed your world the most, the ones that set a new standard and altered the course of ad history.)