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Chainsaw Toilet Cleaner
Client: Reno Depot
Brand: Reno Depot
Title: "X-treme Logmonster"
Agency: Diesel, Quebec
This chainsaw not only unclogs toilets, but can paint your living room and inflate your pool toys. If it really existed, the Reno Depot of Canada would love to sell it to you. One in a series of curious "If it existed" spots from the hardware chain.

Lost Thread
Client: American Express
Brand: Amex Card
Title: "One Hour Photo"
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
Martin Scorcese stars in this commercial about a famous director searching for a lost narrative thread in his packet of one-hour-photo prints.

Client: AFLAC
Brand: AFLAC Insurance
Title: "Supermarket"
Agency: Kaplan Thaler Group
Chevy Chase meets the AFLAC duck in a supermarket but the store gets the worst of it all.

Hair-Cutting Mind Readers
Client: Supercuts
Brand: Supercuts
Title: "Mind Readers"
Agency: Element 79 Partners
When you don't have a lot of time or cash but want hot women to think you do, this is the salon to visit. Plus, they read your mind as they cut your hair.

Ceiling Hammer
Client: Manco
Brand: Loctite Power Grab
Title: "Noisy Neighbor"
Agency: DDB Worldwide, Chicago
So, you want to glue a hammer to your kitchen ceiling. What is the best product for this purpose? LocTite Power Grab, of course. No kitchen should be without it.

Kirstie Alley Again
Client: Pier One
Brand: Pier One
Title: "Magic"
Agency: Campbell-Ewald

Kirstie Alley once again does magic for Pier One. This spot received the highest consumer recall score for the period of April 14-27 in the bi-weekly Intermedia Advertising Group survey.

Blown Away
Client: Pinnacle Foods
Brand: Hungry Man
Title: "Birthday Party"
Agency: Foote, Cone & Belding, New York
Is too much quiche turning you into a lightweight knockabout in your own home? Suffer no longer. Eat these massive Hungry Man frozen dinners today.

Half a Hat
Client: Church & Dwight
Brand: Arrid Total
Title: "Nothing's Missing"
Agency: Joey Co., Brooklyn
Would you wear half a hat or drive half a car? Silly girl. Why use half a deodorant? The first creative work done for Arrid by the five-person Joey Co. shop.

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