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Here Is Stephen A. Smith In A Star-Trek-Into-Darkness-Themed ESPN Commercial. Or The Other Way Around?
We may not be the biggest Stephen A. Smith fans in the world (does he have fans? would this help them?), but we may in fact be the biggest fans of ESPN commercials. They are consistently fantastic. And for all of Stephen A. Smith’s flaws, he may in fact be a good actor. In fact, the fact may in fact be that he is a legendary actor trolling us all. I subscribe to this belief, halfheartedly.
This SportsCenter Commercial With Scott Van Pelt In A Fat Suit, Featuring C.C. Sabathia, Is Predictably Awesome
This PSA addresses the topic of colonoscopies with a mixture of seriousness and levity. Such that, when anchor Alan Kalter tells the audience that he’s “having one right now” as he smiles into the camera, one is lead to believe that there is a doctor just out of frame with his finger in Kalter’s rectum. Hey, whatever gets the word out.
Last night, we showed you the Jeff Gordon Pepsi ad that understandably has gone viral. It’s probably staged, but it doesn’t really matter.
Yeah, that game was awesome â but what about the commercials? SportsGrid gives you the best and worst ads of Super Bowl 47, after the jump.
Though we didn’t see this one ourselves, we really, really hope it’s real. Because softly playing Busta Rhymes’ “I Know What You Want” featuring Mariah Carey while some dude caresses a bowling ball with a towel and Peter Weber (?) wipes the sweat off his forehead is just, well, wonderful. The PBA is on ESPN, everyone.
Back before Lance Armstrong’s legacy was tarnished, years prior to today’s news that Armstrong was parting ways with Nike and Livestrong, the “seven-time Tour de France winner” starred in a bunch of inspirational commercials for both outlets. The events of the last few weeks, which came to a head today, have rendered these commercials laughably ironic. Here are a few of the best.
Aaron Rodgers’ Latest State Farm Ad Again Raises The Question: None Of These People Know Who Aaron Rodgers Is?
You know all about Aaron Rodgers’ State Farm commercials. You’ve probably seen them all 100 times. And throughout every viewing of each one, you wondered: how do these people apparently have no idea who Aaron Rodgers is? Well, now there’s a new ad out. Your question remains unanswered.
Athletes often do commercials for local businesses. Often, these commercials are terrible in the best possible way. While we love all such ads, though, what you see above may well be one terrible athlete commercial to rule them all. [Awful Advertisements]
“Yao, you like Mini Oreo too?”
“Of course, one at a time.”
And so begins the most fantastic athlete commercial we’ve seen in some time. Too many good moments here: Yao tricking a confused child, that very child turning the tables and tricking Yao, the phrase “Wa!” Can you choose a favorite? Of course. One at a time. [With Leather]