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Subaru Commercial for Subaru Forester (2013)

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Subaru Commercial for Subaru Forester

Summer/Fall 2013
 
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Plot / Description

Always be prepared. Or in the case of one surprisingly-capable toddler's mom, always have your 2014 Forester handy. This mother drivers her toddler son around in her Subaru Forester. The little boy does not like to wear clothes, and is constantly taking them off, while his mother struggles to keep them on. Thanks to the roomy cargo space in the Forester, the mother is able to fit a drawer of fresh clothes for the little boy who loves to be wearing nothing, nothing, nothing. 
 
"Redressing Room"

Voiceover

What are you doing back there?  
Ow! That hurt! 
You can't go to school like this, come on. 
Don't do it! 
You never know what life's gonna throw at you. 
If I gotta wear clothes, you gotta wear clothes. 
That's why I got a Subaru. 
I just pulled up. He did what now? No, he's never done that before. Ooh, really? I might have some clothes in the car. 
Love. It's what makes a Subaru a Subaru. 
 
(Lyrics) Oh there's nothing nothing nothing 
No there ain't nothing 
Like running wild and free 
There's nothing nothing nothing 
No there's nothing like running wild and free 
Wearing nothing but a birthday suit 
There's nothing nothing nothing 
Like running wild and free 
There's nothing nothing nothing 
No there ain't nothing 
Like running wild and free

Written Text

Subaru 
Love. 
Confidence in Motion