I read about this on Gerald's The Cafeteria Is Closed blog, but I was just exposed to it on my television this evening. I am speaking about the nauseating Ford commercial that ends with the weekend Dad being let out of the "family" van in front of his condo complex, hugging his kids goodbye while saying to the ex-spouse sitting in the driver's seat, "Thanks for inviting me this weekend."
Bold moves for Ford? How about showing a Catholic family pulling into a crowded church parking lot and unloading their five or so under-10 kids from their Ford family van, with a soupcon of humor thrown in whereby they manage to rush into their pew, squeezing past the priest who is standing in the back, ready to process towards the altar, but who gives them all a happy smile, knowing that for a family of that size, it's hard making it to Mass on time and realizing that God has blessed them indeed. The good padre can even ruffle the hair of the youngest gap-toothed tot as he passes in the processional as the final shot, with the voice over, "Bold moves - they happen every day."