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Published on November 4th, 2014 | by Admin

Nick Offerman Saves A Marriage In A Fake Home Depot Ad Because He’s Nick Offerman

On Last Week Tonight , John Oliver announced that the home improvement superstore Lowe's is testing robotic sales assistants in some of its locations.

Last Week Tonight reminds us why sales associates exist in the first place.

On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver announced that the home improvement superstore Lowe’s is testing robotic sales assistants in some of its locations.

Which, according to every movie set in the future, is the beginning of the end of humanity as we know it.

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As Oliver more rationally points out, robots will not be able to stop couples from inevitably fighting over home improvement decisions.

As Oliver more rationally points out, robots will not be able to stop couples from inevitably fighting over home improvement decisions.

That’s the real reason we have sales associates at hardware stores. Not to help you find the lighting section. To save your marriage.

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To illustrate the importance of human sales associates, Oliver plays a faux competing advertisement for Home Depot starring Nick Offerman:

To illustrate the importance of human sales associates, Oliver plays a faux competing advertisement for Home Depot starring Nick Offerman:

Home renovation extraordinaire. Marriage counselor. Is there anything he can’t do?

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Watch the whole segment here:

Or skip to 2:14 to watch the fake Home Depot ad.

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