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Topic: Geico

Geico's octopus more musical than psychic

The German octopus who predicted the outcome of the World Cup games may be currently the world's most celebrated cephalopod mollusk—but he's got nothing on this Geico creature in…

Geico's Kash now just acting like a dickwad

Geico's googly-eyed wad of bills, who goes by the name Kash, used to just sit around quietly judging you (and emitting a remake of Rockwell's "Somebody's Watching Me") for…

Voice of Geico fired for anti-Tea Party tirade

As a professional voiceover artist, Lance Baxter (aka D.C. Douglas) should've known there's no such thing as freedom of speech when someone else is footing the bill. Baxter, who…

Hairy hand model hypes Geico's iPhone app

Couple months old, but new to us—this amusing Geico spot with one of the cavemen demonstrating the insurer's Glovebox app for the iPhone. Of course, it all goes wrong…

Geico's ad campaign has an evil British twin

Ads for British car-insurance site Confused.com, by Beattie McGuinness Bungay, are like alternate-universe versions of Geico's spots with Kash, the googly-eyed wad of banknotes. Folks don't see the…

Geico ads answer questions with questions

Does Geico try a new direction in four new spots from The Martin Agency breaking Monday? Oh yes, indeed. Check them out above. The spots begin with a guy asking…

Disney frog getting leg up from Geico gecko

The Martin Agency has cobbled together a cute Geico tie in with Disney's new movie The Princess and the Frog. In the spot, the frog prince Skypes the gecko to…

Geico's gecko is still seeking YouTube glory

Geico's gecko breaks out the moves next to Judson Laipply in this remix of Laipply's incomprehensibly popular "Evolution of Dance" video (famous for being YouTube's most-watched clip ever, with 127…

Talking branches and fenders shill for Geico

Geico touts its 24-hour claims service, H.R. Pufnstuf-style, in these new spots from The Martin Agency, which feature tree limbs and fenders that wisecrack after cracking a windshield and the…

Google shows you how to sell that pet stick

When I saw the little pair of googly eyes attached to the stick, I thought Google was trying to get into the car insurance business. But it turns out…

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