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LIDL's Yuletide offering comes in three parts: the Cavalier Carver, The Mince Pie Maverick and the Double Dipper.
In the Mince Pie Maverick, a father demonstrates all the different ways you can devour the Christmas snack, including nibbling, grazing and chomping.
Moz and Joe strike up a friendship based on a mutual love of late-night Scalextric and piggyback games, but staying awake starts to take its toll on the boy and Moz realises he must allow him some peace and quiet.
Joe finds a clumsily wrapped present of a night light under the tree on Christmas morning, and the ad ends with him hearing the comforting rumblings of his friend when he switches it off that night.
Set to an upbeat song written by comedian Ben 'Doc Brown' Smith - who rapped on Equality Street with Ricky Gervais - it celebrates the nation's love of food.
In keeping with the supermarket's Living Well campaign, the video was shot in black and white in London, Cardiff, Manchester and Glasgow using a cast of 200 people.
The cute talking carrot who warmed the hearts of the nation last year is back as the star of Aldi's Christmas advert again.
And this year, Kevin the Carrot is on a quest for love, as well as the chance to meet Father Christmas once more.
Andy Murray, Asda's chief customer officer, said: 'The care and attention that has gone into listening to our customers and creating our Christmas range this year is really impressive and the Imaginarium is the perfect showcase for the excitement and ethos behind our products.'Whatever your age or budget, Christmas is the time of year when you're open to a little bit of magic and wonderment and I'm really excited that we've been able to do our bit to provide that for our customers this year.' Argos's 60-second commercial aims to transport viewers to a magical distribution centre where a troupe of elves are helping Santa to deliver gifts.