The other big question: Which station produced this ad? If WBBM, then its cuts from one slide to another differed significantly from the clunky "fade-out--fade-in" transitions for which New York sister WCBS Channel 2 was famous for decades, from the '50's well to the '80's. But then, practically every Chicago station, I.I.N.M., had RCA TK-27 film chains through which we all saw these slides (and films), and a few by this time may've even gotten the newer TK-28's.
Put'n On The Ritz - Best guess is that it eventually became a place called Cafe 22 (the addresses match based on a newspaper article), and was at one point the Lombard Beef n' Barrel. I gave up trying to figure out where the eff this place was.
Inn and Around - Became a nightclub called Temptations, changed names to "Come Back Inn Sports Bar & Grill", then went back to Temptations before closing in 2012. Yelp says there was also a club called Club VIP there at some point.
Saints & Sinners - Apparently next to a cemetery, how lovely. Now housing.
Erik the Red - Now an Irish pub called Blackthorn Pub.
Tovia Club - Now called the Chicago 21 Club. Most definitely no sign of 2-million dollar anything here.
The Vineyard - Looks like the whole shopping center was given a makeover at some point, so it sure as hell ain't there now.
Mentioning stuff that Fuzzy purposely tried to edit out: That's a Bozo no-no. ;-)
Seriously though, you're right and I will fix the clip to remove that. I don't like stuff that distracts from the main event. How do you think the poor Starbeat commercial feels when the only comment left about it refers to the .002 second flash of something unrelated at the end. Boo-hoo. ;-)
It did seem it was cheaper to buy it in the stores. (The LP topped both the Pop and County charts of Billboard, and was ultimately certified diamond - yes, folks, diamond. It had been originally issued in September 1980, after Rogers' previous label United Artists was folded into a revived Liberty and the UA name was retired for records by parent Capitol-EMI.)