Commercial For Dog Food More Emotional Than Show It’s During
NEW YORK - While television series “Here We Are” is emotionally manipulative, sources confirmed having a stronger psychological connection to the Purina commercial during the second break.
“I mean, sure, the brother’s paralyzed husband died in a fire,” avid “Here We Are” viewer Katherine Chan began. “But that commercial where the dog grows old and has trouble walking to the food? Oh, you know I immediately started bawling. I was dunzo!”
Even actors on the show have commented on the comparison.
“We work really hard to make it as real as possible,” actor Milo Vennson began. “I even stay in character all day. But dang if that commercial with the puppy and kid growing up together doesn’t just crush us every time. No amount of theater and dramatic scenery chewing can ever compete with that. Instant tears.”
When questioned about using these circumstances to their advantage and making an old dog spin-off series, NBC executives said it wasn’t doable as no one could get through filming without immediately breaking into tears.
Article by Louie Aronowitz - @louiearonowitz