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Ads of the Week: MoneySuperMarket welcomes us to Sindyville, a celebration of swearing and more

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Mother – MoneySuperMarket

MoneySuperMarket is back on our TV screens this week, as two Sindy dolls save money on their household bills and break out of “Sindyville,” in a humorous homage to “Thelma & Louise.” The 60-second spot, by Mother London, sees the UK’s leading price comparison website partner with licensor Pedigree Toys & Brands and media company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The ad opens in “Sindyville” - a suburban town filled with white picket fences where identikit husbands in blue polo shirts mow impeccably kept lawns, while their identikit wives in

 

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