Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Sept. 14-21

1

Honda ‘Surprising Monsters Calling Home’

Honda appreciated that very, very indie band Monsters Calling Home filmed its videos in Hondas. So, it thanked the group with a secret booking on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

2

Volkswagen ‘Smiles’

This is one spot where everyone laughs and smiles, and then you do, too.

3

Smartwater ‘Jennifer Aniston Security Tapes’

After all this time, we find out the tabloids were right: Jennifer Aniston is having a bay-bee! Make that three. And yes, she drinks Smartwater, even when no one is watching. 

4

Toyota Prius ‘Hum’

A Prius is a wonder to behold in this sweet and memorable animated spot from Saatchi & Saatchi L.A.

5

St. John Ambulance ‘Helpless’

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BBH London follows a man's journey through cancer treatment, only to see the life for which he fought so hard get stolen in the most unexpected way. 

6

Samsung ‘The Next Big Thing Is Already Here’

With a tone that's sharp and snarky, but not nasty, this latest effort from 72andSunny for the Galaxy S III throws some more punches at Apple—without naming names, of course.

7

Fragile Childhood ‘Monsters’

This frightening PSA asks parents to consider how they appear to their kids when they're drunk. Brutal in its execution.

8

Skittles ‘Treadmill’

Abe Lincoln's doppleganger sweats Skittles as he runs on a treadmill, while a younger guy collects his sweat candy. Another weird spot for Skittles from DDB Chicago.

9

Comcast ‘Easy vs. Hard’

Comcast says signing up for its Xfinity service is easier than unmooring a beached whale, body-waxing Sasquatch, eating food in a full-body cast or setting up a tent, in this Martin Agency spot.

10

Coke Zero ‘Unlock the 007 in You’

This spot promoting Coke Zero's involvement with the James Bond movie Skyfall comes off as a straightforward ad about a guy using the product in question to get the girl. How quaint.