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Ah, Super Bowl commercials: Where cute dogs reign alongside horrors like Mountain Dew's puppy monkey baby.
During this year's Super Bowl Helen Mirren lectured us about drunk driving in a perfectly delightful British way. Meanwhile, Seth Rogen and Amy Schumer encouraged us to join the "Bud Light Party." Ant-Man and the Hulk fought over a can of Coke. Janelle Monaé grooved for Pepsi. We all felt for a man who couldn't poop.
Sure, the ads started debuting long before the game aired on February 7. But this year's commercial breaks also brought some surprises. Universal dropped a first look at the latest Bourne movie, revealing its title, Jason Bourne. (Look it's not the most creative, but it does the trick.) CBS, which aired the Super Bowl, revealed that The Good Wife is coming to an end.
Here are some of our favorites.
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OH MY GOD, THESE MAJESTIC DACHSHUNDS. Sure, maybe it's a little strange that these cute little dogs are supposed to represent food, but who cares? Look at their little legs go. Points for cuteness, Heinz.
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First off, this one features Drake doing his "Hotline Bling" dad dance, which is enough to win our approval. Add Drake goofily responding to notes from suits? Yeah, we're sold.
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Hyundai wants you to imagine a world full of Ryan Reynoldses. Are your ovaries overwhelmed yet? Or have you still not forgiven him for Green Lantern?
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Any commercial featuring A+ badasses Serena Williams and Abby Wambach has my vote.
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Avocados From Mexico
Guacamole is so good that I hope it is one of the few things that outlast human civilization. Of the cast of Happy Days, I wouldn't have necessarily picked Chachi to stand the test of time.