The Geico Gecko And A New Homeowner Explore A Creepy Old Attic

Geicoween continues with this spot. The Gecko and this new homeowner come to up the attic and Gecko explains half of the fun of a new house is seeing what people left behind in the attic. Of course, this attic contains a tiny dancer in a music box and broken mannequins that seemingly stare at you from all directions. Eek. Creepy. But Geico can help you save on homeowners and renters insurance, so that’s cool I guess. Anyone know who plays the unsettled new homeowner?



Geico: These Young Women Get Griswalda The Witch As Their Third Roommate

One wanted a roommate who would help with the cooking, while the other wanted someone who loves cats. So the clear compromise is Griswalda the witch. We then cut to Griswalda cooking up a mystery pot in a kitchen full of black cats. When one of the women (Megan) tries Griswalda’s unknown brew, it ends up turning her into a cat. Besides, it could have used a little salt. Then, the other roommate ends up teasing Megan with a cat toy. Not nice! It’s another amusing spot for “Geicoween.” And also, Geico added some cooking videos with Griswalda. Anyone know who plays the women or Griswalda?

Geico: This Couple’s House Is Haunted By Casper The Friendly Ghost

Well, if your house is going to be haunted by someone, Casper the Friendly Ghost doesn’t seem like a bad pick. And that’s just what happens in this new Halloween-themed Geico ad, from a mini-campaign aptly named “Geicoween.” Casper is excited by movie night with Jill and Curt, and he’s got snacks! Popcorn, caramel corn, kettle corn…good stuff! Seems like Casper would get pretty annoying though, what with overt friendliness and loud chewing. Anyone know who plays the couple?


Tuesday Throwback: Eddie Money And Geico Have Got Two Tickets To Paradise

Rocker Eddie Money, performer of fratty classics such as “Take Me Home Tonight” and “Two Tickets To Paradise”, died on Friday at the age of 70. In this 2012 Geico ad, Eddie Money happily runs a travel agency. He gleefully sings to a family that he’s got two tickets to paradise…of course though it’s a family of four. Hah.

Geico Is Having Jerome Bettis On Your Flag Football Team Easy

The NFL regular season kicks off tomorrow, and with that comes a new crop of football commercials. Jerome “The Bus” Bettis is 47 years old and probably doesn’t have the best knees anymore, but he would still be an asset in flag football, as this new Geico commercial shows. He knocks down his would-be defenders left and right, and literally drags a guy (played by Terence Bernie Hines) who’s lucky enough to grasp his flag.

Geico Makes You Feel Like You Matched All Your Socks

One of the most annoying things about doing laundry is when you’re missing socks. Which is like, always. So how would you feel if you matched them all? That’s apparently how Erin M. from Roswell, GA felt when she saved hundreds by switching her car insurance to Geico. We then go to a dramatization from the Spinville laundromat where Erin pulls out both green socks in succession, then two blue ones, and she keeps going until she’s matched every sock in perfect order. Everyone at the laundromat is amazed, and the owner is so impressed that he hangs up a plaque of Erin. “She really did it”, indeed. Nice.

Geico: Sophie’s Science Fair Project Opens Up A Wormhole Through Time

Did you have to do a science fair project? Mine was a poorly designed experiment with fudged data. I did not like science fair. My project was clearly inferior to Sophie’s…there was not a wormhole through time and no Abe Lincoln, French aristocrats, pterodactyls, or futuristic uhh…bug things. But the guy judging the science fair seems more impressed at the ease of saving hundreds of dollars on his car insurance with Geico. Poor overlooked Sophie.



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