Best Commercials of 2004

  1. "Good news... I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to Geico" - series of hilarious Geico commercials.
  2. "Feeling Good" - for season 4 of Six Feet Under.
  3. "Why can't you be more like Jessica?" on MTV ('not for use by adults').
  4. "The Ongoing Cock Swinging Contest Between Budweiser and Miller Beers"
  5. "Indestructible Pickup Truck" - the comedic timing when the girl screams "Noooooo!!!!" is absolutely perfect (after the truck remains unharmed by the fall from the cliff)
  6. "Karate Explosion" - the Netzero commercial that is pretty typical until the final moments, when it becomes hilarious.
Author Comments: 

PLEASE nominate some more by commenting and I'll add them to the list.

Lol, someone who actually watches TV should probably maintain this list instead of ME :-)

I do love the Geico commercial that features a fake soap opera, where the guy says he has good news, the girl says, "What? You're leaving Jessica?", and the guy says, "No! I just saved a ton of money on my car insurance by switching to Geico!"

Oh, God, how could I forget the "Good News" Geico commercials! You're right, they RULE.

Very good news....

Please keep it clean. You can always say, "pendular motion."

thanks for the links!

*Lukeprog incase you dont check my response to your 'Call to south park fans' talk, i have taken the liberty of copying it here.
For 2 reasons 1)to show i ahve tackled your point, therefore i am being fair and un-biest and #2 to fight for my point-sorry to parade yor post
(ps i would answer but i dont live in USA -so i dont get those ADverts)

-well, im sorry if this question anoyed you lukeprog, but its not like i was asking or saying anything offensive. its like making a post 'My Fave Movies' and adding a comment 'Sugestions welcome' now you are still having a normal 'content post' but your leaving room for comment, therefore its a question. (of sorts)

also in your 'Fave Movies from decades' post, lukeprog, you select years and post them. now some people (myself included) make suggestions and raise questions related to the dissussion, now through no fault of your won it has become a series of questions and suggestions. therefore it would be unfair for me to comment on that.

Now you might be thinking well ive phrased 'Call to south park fans' as a question, which would be stupid of me to protest but i am still opening a post to gather thoughts and most importantly to express my own, much like yoours and other articles alike.

Hope this has answered your attack, bb and keep up the great posts -

bb well keep up the great posts

Oh, thanks for posting it here, A Movie Fan. I keep forgetting where I make posts on Listology items that are not my own. But also, my computer has been down for almost two days now, so that is another reason why I have not replied (I am now writing from a school's computer).

The difference between posting a Listology item as a question and making a list, then asking questions in discussion is this: in the former example, there is no proper 'Listology item.' In the latter, there is a 'valid Listology item,' and all questions are discussed in discussion... that's the point of discussion.

I guess we'll have to wait for Jim to chime in about it, as Listology is his deal, and only he knows for sure the purposes of Listology. It just makes sense to me to keep discussion in the discussion sections and allow Listology items to be 'valid items' (i.e. lists, articles, polls).

I hope I didn't sound too harsh, initially - it's really not that big of a deal. More like house cleaning really (except it's not even my house!). Your response?

ok, np. im sorry for posting it on your post but i know what its like having to scout through to find the one you commented on.

ok yeah man np water-under the bridge, im sorry if i missed used 'listology' that was not my intention. i was a little suprised is all that you aposed so much agaisnt it, it was more shock than i was actullay anoyed.

well its kool, water-under the bridge

bb mate look forward to hearing your later posts
take care

yeah, I was just voicing my own opinion, I think we'd better see what Jim has to say about it.

and re: later posts, it might be a while for me as my computer is dead! :-(

Somehow this small has by far the most reads among all my Listology items. It must be getting a lot of search engine hits or something.

As Jim told me a long time ago... "reads" mean nothing at all when it comes to Listology. Just two of my music lists combined have close to 10,000 reads, but have only produced 2 posts. It's all just search engine connections.

lol, wow. I don't have any items that have more than 1.000 reads, and most have fewer than 100.

I just found it was interesting that that particular list of mine should have, by far, the most reads.

I enjoyed a few commercial so far this year. I love the "Good News" Geico commercials, but I also like Geico's gecko riding in the convertable looking at all the dogs as well as the commercial with the nice guitar picking when all the kids and the gecko are sleeping.

I love the GMC commercial with the car parts falling on the open field and then you see that those are designs on paper being thrown out.

I think there are some more that I liked but can't remember right now.

I like the music in that gecko and dog commercial, but not really the commercial itself. Trust me - it was a real bitch to find the track used in that commercial, but I finally got it! :-)

Yes, any suggestions you have for this list are highly welcome, but it's more a list of what I think is great. So, if I like it, too, I'll add it to the list.

Oh, I don't mind. I was just posting the one's that I've liked this year, not intending to get them put up.

They still gets best commercial despite lack of advance digital technology way back in 2004. Perhaps, the competition now, would go from various categories because of technology we have today. This site for Debbie Irwin is in fact doing many tv ads performed by various female voice artist.