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" 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 Zombie Apocalypse 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 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 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.
This woman could easily be part of the Batfamily. Everything the public servant tries, she's ready...