Next TV Commercial:
Oliver With A Twist
A call from a child in the middle of a busy day at work can be awkward. But calling your father between periods during a hockey game—well, it could be embarrassing especially if the request is for a bedtime nursery rhyme. Our father in this case obliges his young daughter. A moment made even more charming by the great song "Do You Believe In Magic" underscoring the fact that love isn't always convenient, but is appreciated forever. Love... Pass It On.
[intense action sounds]
Coach: O.k. what happened to your passing?
Coach: You have to support the puck. Do I have to tell you this?!
Coach: Now we're gettin' killed on the boards.
Second Coach: Hello
Coach: This is your territory Grimson!
Coach: Do your job!
Second Coach: Grimson!
Grimson: Oh, Hi honey.
Grimson: What? Now?
Grimson: The itsy bitsy spider,
Grimson: climbed up the water spout.
Grimson: Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
Grimson: Out came the sun and dried up all the rain,
Grimson: And the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again.
Girl: I love you daddy.
Grimson: I love you too sweetheart.
Grimson: Hey, it's my girl! You know, my daughter!?
Love, Pass It On.
A message from the Foundation for a Better Life