I was at my parents house watching a bit of television recently (I don't own one) and I saw two commericals that really bothered me. The first one was for milk which followed a cyclist along the road where first he rides so closely to the edge of the road that he almost gets doored (but as usual the door opens before he gets there which is not what happens when people actually get doored) then he starts staring at this girl not watching where he is going and almost hits a metal pipe. I find that this commercial does a great diservice due to the incompetance of the displayed cyclist.
The second one is a much smaller complaint. It is for some retirement fund company where the screen is split in two and you see the guy today and liek 25 years from now and they are doing the exact same thing. Near the end, they both get into their car --syncronized -- and drive out of the driveway. However, in the future scene, as he drives out, he completely cuts off a cyclist by mere feet!
Commericals like this annoy me because they compleletely misrepresnt cyclists and put forward the notion that cars are king.