There are very few modern-day commercials I enjoy watching, especially the ones you see on nearly -every- commercial break. I understand that's the nature of the business today. I don't have to like it, but I accept it.
Luckily there's nothing preventing me from putting the TV on mute every once in awhile and looking up commercials from the better era of ads (read that as 'before I was born.') I remembered a great ad I saw on a TV special about, of all things, the greatest commercials of all time. It starred dancer Ann Miller, and was a spectacle for the now defunct Great American Soup company. What grabbed my attention was the final line, after Miller's big, expensive song and dance. Her TV husband embraces her and asks, "Emily, why do you always have to make such a big production out of everything?"