I began lifting weights as a young guy, trying to get broad shoulders like Clint Walker. Never happened. I heard that there was something like an 18-inch difference between his chest size to his waist size.
What made this especially poignant was that throughout the show, Jeff's dad was fussing at him for screwing up something that wasn't his fault, IIRC. So when Jeff sang the song, it really tugged at the heartstrings because despite getting fussed at, he still loved his dad.
I watched another video and the man said that those traps with the yellow tray have a torsion setting. My guess is that this trap's setting was too high, thus a mouse could do push-ups on it until his overweight buddy helped out.
Also take a listen to Leann Rimes singing this. Gave me chills. While originally meant as a song from a man in prison pining for his wife and family, it also became a song with a lot of meaning to those of us who went to Viet Nam, who wondered if our wives would be waiting for us when we returned...if we returned.
Who gave this commercial the green light? Totally stupid. Are there really random red couches all over the country? Are they trying to create a meme? You don't set out to create such a thing. They just happen. One day this commercial will be in the Hall of Shame as a dumb idea.
+CHI-Town Monk Fantastic, pity there's not more like you. My Dad was in the Army UK for 30 years, he loved it. Fought for this country in ther 2nd world war. I have a friend for many years and I can remember her baby son being born, he now fighting in Afganistan.