Mio Fit's Super Bowl commercial features Tracy Morgan advocating the American knack for change, a move that effectively makes the whole situation absurd. Also, we find Tracy to be an interesting choice--since it is in fact a "sports" drink, maybe they should've made some kind of nod towards athleticism other than stuffing the former Tracy Jordan into a tracksuit
Oreo's Super Bowl 2013 commercial features a "whisper fight" in a library that breaks out over whether the cream or the cookie is the best part of the glorious whole that is the Oreo. It's nice to see that even having such strong feelings on the issue, every single person involved is mindful of keeping it down in the library.
We're having a 'Usual Suspects' moment here. The whole time we've been hearing quarterbacks yelling "hut," we thought it was a football thing. Turns out it's just been one gigantic advertisement for Pizza Hut the whole time.
Taco Bell was forced to retract its anti-vegetable commercial for promoting its 12-pack of tacos. The ad opens with the narrator deriding vegetables, saying "Veggies on game day is like punting on fourth and one — it's a cop out."
The Allstate insurance company's Super Bowl offering for 2013 is yet another example of their philosophy of terrifying customers into buying insurance. Dean Winters returns as the embodiment of "Mayhem," which, we are told, is everywhere.
New to the Super Bowl commercial game for 2013 is Gildan. You know, the company that makes t-shirts that other people print stuff on. Apparently our estimation of them is a little low, because this guy is willing to do a lot for his favorite shirt, which is obviously a Gildan.
We wish our parents had been as imaginative as this guy when we were growing up. When we asked where babies come from, we were usually answered with a suspicious look, or, if we were really lucky, an admonishment to eat all of our dinner.
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