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The 8 Debate
Mark Bechtel
February 04, 2013
Greatest Super Bowl Commercials
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February 04, 2013

The 8 Debate

Greatest Super Bowl Commercials

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More cute kids, this time reciting the types of jobs no people dream about when they're young: "I want to be a yes-man," and "I want to have a brown nose."

6 Beware the Penguins Bud Ice, 1996

Budweiser has had plenty of memorable spots (Clydesdales playing football with a zebra as the ref, those frogs, etc.) but none as funny as the one in which a penguin torments beer drinkers. Doobie, doobie, doo, indeed.

7 New Neighbor Diet Pepsi, 1987

Michael J. Fox goes to great lengths to get his attractive neighbor a soda. Simple yet, like Fox, charming.

8 Please Don't Go Pets.com, 2000

The highlight of what became known as the Dot.com Super Bowl—in which 19 Internet start-ups splashed millions on ads—was the wryly hilarious Michael Ian Black voicing a sock puppet that croons Chicago's "If You Leave Me Now." Sadly, business went to the dogs and the company went bust by the end of the year.

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