I’m not sure how much that really comes into play since the script doesn’t even really have any of the characters in situations they would have been in – it is already a transparent shill for some popcorn chips, no chance the actual BB characters would have done much with them in character. I mean I can see Jessie devouring a bag of them part way through a cook, and WW deciding that contaminates the area and going apeshit, but that isn’t at all what was in the commercial.
A commercial is always “this is the product, it is the star, everything about it is great, everyone wants it”. There isn’t any room for that in BB’s narrative which is “the main characters are all flawed, all make bad choices, frequently for some understandable reasons, and in the long run almost none of them are sympathetic” (I have sympathy for Skyler, and Walt Jr, and while I never really liked Hank, also for Hank the blowhard asshole and toxic masculinity spokesman). A snack product doesn’t get inserted into that narrative and come out as the hero item, doing that will automatically make all the dialog around it really off no matter how “on their game” the actors are. It would probable have been worse during BB’s run.