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Walgreens Commercial 2023

Am I missing something here? When the Walgreens commercial begins, a lady is putting a prosthetic on her left leg, and in the next scene, the "prosthetic" is on her right leg. Is the second scene a look-a-like or a twin who is pretending to wear a prosthetic? I'm not sure what the idea was behind that. They could have simply shown the lady putting the prosthetic on her left leg if she isn't able to steady herself on it. Watch the YouTube video of the commercial below.  Walgreens logo courtesy of WiscNews
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