Geico Says To Give Your Fitness Tracker To Your Dog

The woman in this new Geico commercial says the claims process is so easy that she can do it all from the Geico app. In fact, it’s giving your dog your fitness tracker easy. And there he goes with her fitness tracker on his tail! 40,000 steps…all while just sitting on a park bench. Passerby people who are actually exercising don’t seem so impressed though. I saw this one on TV, but haven’t been able to find it on YouTube yet…so for now here’s the link from

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Geico: This Woman Gives The Perfect High Five

And I’m back! Geico’s new ad featuring the perfect high five might have been released at an inopportune time, considering current events. I wonder if Geico will be like Hershey’s, and shelf this one. But in the meantime, saving hundreds of dollars on car insurance with Geico feels like giving a co-worker the perfect high five. It’s so perfect that the boss even wants one too. The best high fives seem to come naturally…if you try too hard to make it good, someone will inevitably miss or get poked in the eye or something. Nereyda M. is cute and has a nice accent…anyone know who plays her in the dramatization?

Geico: This Groom Was Raised By Wolves

Well, this is the first February 29th post in 4 years, and it’ll be the last for 4 years. Anyway, you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “raised by wolves” to refer to someone who’s sloppy and uncivilized. In this Geico commercial, we go to a wedding and meet a groom who was literally raised by wolves. They wolf down food as wolves do, pull the linens of the tables, jump around, and howl. Ansley Gordon and Shondalia White play the bridesmaids, Aynsley Bubbico is the bride, Dan Lippert is the groom, and the older woman who better be sitting down is Bonnie Bailey-Reed.


Geico: This Couple Has A Man Cave Close To Nature

He wanted a man cave in their new home, but she wanted to be closer to nature. So the couple in this Geico commercial compromised and built an actual cave into their house. And they have a cute grizzly bear visitor who’s quite interested in raiding their fridge. Brad Abrell plays the husband and Heather Simpson (who apparently got frustrated and left the ref) plays the wife.

Geico’s Woodchucks Keep Chucking Wood

I’ve written about the first two Geico sequels already…now for the final one. In these, we’re treated to commercial spoofs, one for a lumberyard and one for coffee. They’re pretty spot-on parodies. And of course, they’re both interrupted by those dang woodchucks chucking wood. Also, I didn’t realize groundhogs and woodchucks are the same animal.

Geico: Pinocchio Lies On A First Date, And Gets A Parking Ticket

More ads from Geico’s “Sequel” campaign star Pinocchio. When we originally saw Pinocchio, he was a bad motivational speaker. This time around, we see him on a Tinder-style first date. He thinks his date Samantha looks more like a Heather, but “Pete Nocchio” did some lying, and she’s not impressed. Samantha walks out. And elsewhere, Pinocchio tries to convince a cop (Regi Davis) that he unknowingly parked in a no-parking zone. Spoiler alert: it doesn’t work.


Geico’s Raccoons Steal A Garbage Truck And Run A Food Truck

Geico is now running a campaign where they’ve created sequels to some of their more popular commercials, and you can vote for your favorite. So far, they have spots featuring Pinocchio and woodchucks (more on those later), but my early favorite stars the raccoons. In one, the raccoons live out a (presumed) raccoon dream, and jack a garbage truck. Except they don’t really know how to drive it, and they drop some precious cargo, like half a cheesesteak. Luckily, the cheesesteak is recovered. The raccoons also jump on the hipster foodie trend and start a food truck called “Chez Dumpster.” Trashy back ribs and melon rind stew…yum!


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