This is the Coldwell Banker "Hoops" ad. The idea is that a family is looking for a house and the realtor tells the little kid that if he puts up a basketball hoop he'll make lots of new friends.
Mission accomplished, from the looks of it, right?
BUT ARE MY JERSEY BOY AND I THE ONLY TWO PEOPLE ON THE PLANET WHO NOTICED THAT THE BLOODY BASKETBALL HOOP IS DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF A FREAKIN WINDOW?!??
So my questions are...
1. Is the kid's hockey net in front of the big ass dining room window to the far right?
2. Does the realtor's brother in law own a window repair company?
I swear you can't make this stuff up. And, to make matters much much worse, I suspect that Coldwell Banker paid an advertising agency about a bazillion dollars to make this stupid thing, and that (given its placement during the NCAA tournament) it's the equavalent of a Super Bowl ad tor them.