Due in part to the wake word's prominent feature, Google Home users all over the country say their devices acted a bit erratic during the ad, responding to the commercial's commands.
This is not the first time that a TV commercial has set off a voice-activated personal assistant - in early January, a news anchor on CW6 in San Diego was talking about a news story involving Amazon Echo and a little girl who had used it to buy a dollhouse and some cookies.
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Another user said: "The Google commercial had my Google Home going haywire".
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Okay, Google - distinguish between real life and commercials. She's the only person in my house who listens to me.
Though the gaffe didn't cause any serious harm to anyone - unless, of course, it accidentally turned off the lights while someone was transporting a fresh bowl of bean dip - many Home users took to Twitter to sound off on the incident.
"That @Google home trailer made my google home have a meltdown", one disgruntled user wrote.
The leading technology companies are all competing to assist consumers in their online activities such as shopping, since that gives the companies a better chance of selling advertising or other services.