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Super Bowl Commercials
Guys, you will not believe what happened to me the other night: Bud Light pranked me with the most elaborate ruse ever. Ya, it was nuts. I almost thought my life was turning around, that my dreams were coming true — then the walls opened up and they explained it was all for a Super Bowl commercial. I went back to my Mom’s place in Staten Island and cried into the six pack they paid me with. Good times.
A career, resurrected. Kinda reminds me of some other famous figure who seemingly came back from the dead. What’s his name? The guy…with the beard. And the wine? Jesus — it’s on the tip of my tongue.
Legally Deaf Seahawks Fullback Derrick Coleman Meets The 9-Year-Olds Who Wrote Him That Touching Letter
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Your average NFL game yields over 100 commercials. Most of them suck. For the first half of Super Bowl XLVIII, they will not. Here’s how we know. Full round-up of every ad, trailer, and rumor going into this year’s big game, including 13 new spots that were just released…
Super Bowl Commercial Power Rankings: Wrongfully Accused Ostrich Will Have His Revenge, In This Life Or The Next
Here are the new Super Bowl commercials and trailers, ranked, as God intended. This list will change dramatically, we’re sure, as more commercials and trailers are released. Check back each day this and next week.
Whoever made this commercial must have just recently been introduced to subtlety, because it’s incredibly clear that they’re selling guns — which is why the NFL isn’t having any of it. What do you think?
Will Ferrell: Still Making Weird Old Milwaukee Super Bowl Commercials That Air Only In A Couple Tiny Markets
Last year, one of the best-received Super Bowl commercials was one hardly anybody saw during the game – Will Ferrell (barely) pimping Old Milwaukee in one of the smallest TV markets in the country. And it went so well that the actor and the band teamed up again this year… and things got weirder.
Not many homes in the United States house a San Francisco 49ers fan and a Baltimore Ravens fan. But we’re glad that Tide paired the two in their Super Bowl commercial,and portrayed the 49ers faithful as past-dwelling clingers and Ravens fans as conniving trolls. This and Taco Bell’s old-people-go-crazy commercial, we think, are the early (late?) clubhouse leaders.