Here is a teevee ad with Derek Jeter selling some fucken car:
When he says the following, the second sentence sounds grammatically wrong to me, as if it refers incorrectly to the antecedent of the first sentence:
Everything looks good in pinstripes. So can you.
Is this because “you” is referring back to “everything”, but “you” is a person and “everything” excludes people? Any grammar experts got any ideas? Am I fucken high?