In a six-part commercial story, Louie the Lizard tries to kill off the Budweiser Frogs. Louie tells the frogs to enjoy the first half, because they may not be around for the second.2.Louie denies rumors from Frank that he's going to kill the Frogs.3.Date sees this and looks to him like she is fooling around with another guy. six different commercials are used to describe the new Impreza:1.
The Impreza having less trouble starting the engine in cold weather condition than the Honda Civic by Eliminating the Distributor.3.With The new EJ18 Horizontally Opposed engine help The Impreza for better connering and better weight distribution Than the Honda Civic.4.A young woman in her bedroom upstairs wearing a white leotard as a top sees her date (Alan Cumming) pulling up.She struggles to get into her jeans by hip rolling, and jumping up and down and trying to pull jeans up at same time.Swinging forward, she puts on a happy smile Swinging backwards, her face crumples in distress Swinging forward, her eyes light up again, swinging back tears form in her eyes, A reverse cut shows that the swing is facing a window When the swing comes forward the baby can see Mc Donald's golden arches When it swings back she can't.
the Baby Swing ad has won the Grand Prix in the section Film Lions at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival with the Rolo ad "Elephant" in same year This ad was produced by Leo Burnett Worldwide.
As an Eggo waffle pops out of a toaster, a family rushes over to grab it, but it disappears.
In an instant replay, it's revealed their grandmother somersaulted through the air and finished eating it before they got to the toaster.
The Ferret, Louie's accomplice, drops the Budweiser sign into the swamp, electrocuting the frogs.4.
Louie says it's the best day of his life, until he sees that the Frogs have survived.5. A little girl talks about how she would want a pet elephant.
The car is only identified as a Jeep on the final title card that flashes across the screen The commercial First aired during the opening ceremonies of the 1994 Winter Olympics.