Adam gets pissed, and understandably so, at commercials which contrast sage, all-wise consumerwomen with outdated, sexist depictions of men as bumbling ne'er-do-nothings. Me too.
But there is unspoken truth in this high-speed tour through the history of doing laundry with Clorox bleach: though much has changed, the only reason that most of the laundry the last 96 years was done by women is because men stuck them with it. Laundry has always been a shit job that anyone would get out of doing if they could. Anyone.
At least now it doesn't take all day everyday like it used to back when people actually used Clorox for something other than destroying DNA evidence on CSI.