“Better Butterfinger” Commercial…


The Butterfinger brand has been bought out from Nestle by Ferrero, who have amped up the brand and its slogan with an alien presence in a new commercial.  The trademark admonition that “Nobody better lay a finger on my Butterfinger” has been said by many over the years, including Bart Simpson.  Last uttered in 2012, the slogan has now been updated to “Nobody lays a finger on my better Butterfinger!

In the frenetic ad, a yellow and blue alien (Butterfinger colors) escapes from a lab, helps himself to a dusty Corvette, and goes on a thrill ride with a hitchhiker he picks up who happens to be selling alien T-shirts!  The wild ride ends with the alien using his telekinetic powers to help himself to a Butterfinger bar, after which he proclaims the revised slogan.  

I saw this commercial for the first time after watching a recording of a Project Bluebook episode, and then seeing LaToya Jackson revealed as the Alien character on S1/Ep7 of The Masked Singer.  I think that the powers that be are trying to tell me something…

(Tip o’ the pen to Cary Comic for the idea for this post!)

  

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One Comment on ““Better Butterfinger” Commercial…”

  1. carycomic Says:

    Whoa! You discovered Snood’s U.H.O.T.M.U. website, too? Awesome!

    For anyone else who might not know what the heck I’m talking about? Dr. Jeff Christiansen (alias Snood999) has a Marvel-ous website dedicated to all the past and present characters overshadowed by such luminaries as Capt. America and the Amazing Spider-man.

    For an explanation concerning the bottom photo-capture, google “Marvunapp Martians.” This has been an unsolicited testimonial.

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