“Chipmunk Family Reunion” from Progressive’s “Good Night, Flo”

– – Be brave, and enter by commercial into the dream world of Progressive’s iconic “Flo,” an already otherworldly lady.  We are shown in the commercial the racing car bed that she sleeps in, and are witness to her dreams, appearing in a cartoon-like “thought bubble” appearing above her head.  Flo, perhaps not surprisingly, counts insurance discounts rather than sheep in her sleep state.

Then the parade of discounts is interrupted, and we are shown a dream deviation of a chipmunk family reunion!  They are as cute as the  dickens…but alas!  A dastardly squirrel steals the chipmunk’s nuts!  Despair not, however, for in Flo’s dream, the squirrel is apprehended, and winds up in “Squirrel Jail.”  Even in her dream state, Flo exults “Justice!,” and we are shown a victorious chipmunk holding aloft a liberated nut!   Wonder what a therapist would make of this one…

But don’t ‘ya just love happy endings, even though reunions tend to be nutty? 

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4 Comments on ““Chipmunk Family Reunion” from Progressive’s “Good Night, Flo””

  1. carycomic Says:

    What’s next? A Claymation Death Match between Alvin and Scrat?


    • vulpesffb Says:

      Alvin might talk or sing Scrat to death, but Scrat’s very persistent…


      • carycomic Says:

        And, what about the other dream, where she pictures a unicorn with facial hair wearing a sombrero? I don’t know about you, but I feel like shouting: “Moustaches?! Unicorns don’t need no stinkin’ moustaches!”


  2. vulpesffb Says:

    Indeed they don’t! I find it strange that they made two commercials of that “dream” series, the unicorn in the sombrero being a rather weak entry…


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