A frustrated woman -- searching for the right relationship that lets her express herself with a particularly bright shade of yellow paint -- begins by saying, "In 1979, I moved in with John." He didn't like her paint choice or the little ceramic bird she pulled out, which he laughed at hysterically. "Oh well."
Next, in a New Wave apartment, she says, "And it must've been '85 when I moved in with Peter." He looks injured when she starts painting his otherwise black-and-white decor with her bright yellow. "Peter 'perfect.' "
Moving ahead to the '90s, she says, "But it was William that I married." He obviously was so unresponsive he didn't care what she did. "Three years... with William." She dumps her wedding ring into the paint can.
Finally, she settles down...with a woman and a new shade of paint. "And now, me and Mary. Mary and me."
The very gay-friendly tagline: "Change is the spice of life."
This commercial is remarkable in its apparent acceptance of a same-sex relationship as not only on par with opposite sex ones, but also as better for happiness. It almost seems to sell gayness better than paint.