Your Favorite Super Bowl Commercials & A Few That Were Rejected

By February 4, 2013

Wow, what a Super Bowl, and by Super Bowl I’m referring to the commercials.

We got an extended look at The Lone Ranger with Johnny Depp in the Native American version of blackface.

Well, isn’t that special Disney.

Now to cleanse your pallet of that awful taste left by the Lone Ranger trailer, let’s look at that adorable baby Clydesdale. I know you’re all thinking about him, so I figured I’d give him to you.

This was the geekiest commercial for sure. So gross and awesome and hilarious all at the same time.

Continuing with the weird make-out theme…Here’s a crazy Super Bowl spot that only played in limited local markets. Will Ferrell’s Old Milwaukee ad features him in a bizarre make-out session.

Now we know where babies come from.

The crossdressing dads were a big hit.

The hilarious Bob Odenkirk, Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen sold you on Samsung.

Lastly, here are a couple commercials you weren’t allowed to see. The first ad was banned because it had the audacity to challenge the big two soda companies in America. I have a Sodastream and I love it. You don’t have to recycle with Sodastream, because there’s nothing to recycle, and dare I say that the soda flavors are better tasting than the Coke and Pepsi brands? I dare.

Another rejected Superbowl ad.

Because everyone knows that old people love porn.

Did you watch Superbowl? What were your favorite moments?

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