Geico: Randy Jackson Judging A Dog Show Is Surprising, Dawg

Former American Idol judge was famous for calling contestants “dawg.” But what happens when he judges an actual dog show? After watching Geico’s newest spot from the “It’s Not Surprising” campaign, I actually was surprised…surprised that they didn’t make this ad sooner.

 

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Geico: Casual Fridays At Buckingham Palace Are Surprising

Buckingham Palace is one of the most formal and traditional locales in the world. It’s not the kind of place where you’d expect a casual Friday. But that’s just what happens in the newest spot from Geico’s “It’s Not Surprising” campaign, where we see the normal guard replaced by a guy wearing a robe, eating snacks and reading the paper. He does still have the fun hat though.

Geico: A Triangle Solo Is Surprising

Ahh…the triangle. It’s an oft-forgotten and maligned instrument. But this particular triangle player (played by Jonathan Brooks) takes a chance and goes for a surprising solo in his orchestra’s concert. The audience and his fellow musicians are understandably dumbfounded. Geico’s newest spot from their “It’s Not Surprising” campaign has racked up more than 3.7 million views in less than two days, proving that there are some triangle fanatics out there.

Geico: If You’re A Ref, You Way Overexplain Things

We’re getting to football season now…this is the first weekend for college, while the NFL will start next weekend (well, Thursday I guess). So in that spirit, Geico has a new spot from their “It’s What You Do” campaign. Football’s rules can be complex, and so referees are there to make calls, which can sometimes require onerous explanations. Here, a ref and his wife are out to dinner at a fancy restaurant with another couple. After his wife orders langostino lobster ravioli, Zebraman gets up and explains (in ref-like fashion) that he won’t be ordering the same due to a slight shellfish allergy, plus the fact that she already ordered it. Don’t wanna be repetitive, you know. He tries to get chicken tenders and tater tots, with his dinner partners glaring. Unfortunately, they don’t have chicken tenders and tater tots. Probably don’t have nachos either, buddy. The ref is played by Matt Corboy and his annoyed wife is Heather Simpson.

Geico: Running Of The Bulldogs Is Surprising

We all know about the Running of the Bulls, which is currently taking place in Pamplona, Spain. But a Running of the Bulldogs, like in this Geico ad? That would be both surprising and strangely adorable. So much licking.

Geico: If You’re Boyz II Men, You Make Anything Sound Good (Even Chronic Flatulence)

Geico’s got a new ad in their “It’s What You Do” campaign. In this one, a woman picks up a new prescription from the pharmacy, and it has side effects. What are these side effects? Well, Boyz II Men sing them. She might have dizziness, nausea, sweaty eyelids, and in severe cases, chronic flatulence. Hearing Boyz II Men sing “chronic flatulence”, and the somehow seductive sounding “so gassy, girl” refrain is a delight. Because if you’re Boyz II Men, you make anything sound good. The possibly gassy in the future girl is played by Courtney Cunningham.

Geico: Runway Models On An Airport Runway Are Surprising

Flight delays aren’t surprising at all…the last two times I’ve flown, there have been massive delays. But if you were delayed because of runway models on the runway, yeah, that would be surprising. The ground crew is getting really into the show. And contrary to what that one passenger thinks, I bet the lace looks nice on the model.

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