So, Ovi and Mike Richards are immediately gonna recreate this commercial with weird eyefucking in an airport, right
(The Behind the Scenes video is actually much better than the commercial itself because Ovi is fucking hilarious as an interviewer, and he spends the whole time hanging over and/or fucking with Nicky and Mike Green, and then Brooks Laich. But the best part is when he’s interviewing the kid playing him, and dives right into the criticism for his suspension and goal celebrations. Ovi’s actually kind of ridiculously clever, and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.)
1. last kiss, i feel this song so much and i haven’t even had a relationship yet 2. the most romantic lyric ever written in mine: “i remember how we felt, sitting by the water, and every time i look at you, it’s like the first time” 3. back to december is like “you know, I fucked up” and that’s good too. also “maybe this is wishful thinking, probably mindless dreaming: 4. better than revenge and the story of us literally have the best beats ever and it makes me wanna jump every time 5. DEAR JOHN??? the whole track??? written by a 19 year old??? 6. enchanted is literally an experience on its own, it’s like you’re a princess in a fairytale (and also it gave us one of the best cinematic experiences: the wonderstruck commercials) 7. THE LIVE VERSION OF HAUNTED 8. ICONIC sparks fly, the best opening for a tour ever 9. did i mention last kiss 10. and last but not least: the whole intro / prologue for speak now made my skin clearer and the message itself is so important!!! and it really helped me a lot in life!!!
One of Mila Kunis’ first acting job was in a Barbie commercial when she was like 7, she says the best part of it was that she got to keep the Barbie.
Headcanon that Pam Burkhart once took Jackie to an audition for some doll’s commercials and got it. Jackie was on TV for long months every time everyone’s favorite show went on commercial breaks. She got to keep the doll and still has it.
One day, while spending the night on her room, Hyde sees the doll on her shelf. Like a lighting, a little flash to the commercial comes to his mind and he spends the whole week looking at Jackie with amazed eyes until she has had enough of his shock and asks what’s going on.
To her surprise, he asks: “Were you on a tv commercial as a kid?”
“Uh, yes. Of a doll, is in my room. Why, Steven?”
And, to his own surprise, he says the truth: “… Maybe I’ve been liking you since forever.”
“You are the girl on the doll commercial, I always liked you. I thought you were pretty.”
“Oh my god! You have always been in love with me! Oh, Steven!”
Maybe he shouldn’t had said anything, but the sex the news gave him? Well, he’s not complaining anymore. Besides, maybe she is right.