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Below: A montage of Diet Dr. Look, I like Diet Dr. I have some in my fridge right now. But I do not like this ad character, and I do not like these commercials—for many reasons. Another reason I dislike these commercials is that stupid high-pitched sing-talking. Not by contriving silly characters that are bound to be divisive. Three, four years now? It might be time to change over to another product. Can someone please tell me why ANY company would pay an advertising agency to generate this kind of animosity for its brand? The people who perpetrate that kind of advertising never had to sell anything in their lives. Pepper Snapple Group, Inc.
By Gabriel Beltrone. Diet Dr Pepper’s fabulously dressed miniature singing mascot is back for a second round of commercials … and they’re still pretty sweet. A second ad, “Playhouse,” aired earlier this month and stars a father assembling his daughter’s bright pink playhouse. When Guarini pops out of the child-sized door in a cloud of pink smoke, the little girl has exactly the right response she is possibly the only sane person in the campaign so far. The idea is absurd enough to entertain, and nicely serves the tagline “The Sweet One,” though what that actually means is less clear—probably something along the lines of “Better than other diet sodas. Despite what seems like a pretty obvious Prince influence, Guarini contends the character is a general glam rocker who is not based on any single figure. Deustch also denies he’s based on Prince.