* Sent up in an ad campaign for Smirnoff Ice, in which the host has a very conspicuous preparation for (with the exception of one drunk driving device) extremely unlikely events, such as a giant tennis ball catapult in case of giant dogs and a surprisingly dinky trident in case a kraken surfaces from the swimming pool.
* One of Mastercard's "Priceless" [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V70bLAPevMc commercials]] featuring MacGyver (yes, starring Richard Dean Anderson) shows him buying all the little things he uses well ahead of time.
* A few Toshiba ads suggest that their products have certain features specifically to avert extremely unlikely circumstances. For example: shock absorbers in a laptop to prevent a person from blowing out power for all of America by plugging in a damaged computer, leading to a ZombieApocalypse by way of ''spoiled milk''. Or putting wi-fi into televisions to prevent malfunctioning GPS satellites that lead absentminded drivers to drive off cliffs.
* In [[http://youtu.be/9lJy86vQSXc this Vodafone Omnitel]] commercial, the main character must smuggle the title product across some kind of checkpoint. Ducking into a car-wash, she changes clothes and removes a [[LatexPerfection very lifelike mask]] to reveal a completely different look. Qualifies because the mask is a duplicate of her ''normal appearance'', and the curly-haired blonde underneath it is a disguise-by-makeover.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXWZ3uAEKsw This woman]] could easily be part of the Batfamily. Everything the public servant tries, she's ready...