Superbowl Commercials

Sunday, February 3, 2008
Well, the Superbowl is over, and although I'm glad the Giants won (gotta love the underdog), we really need to get to the important part: The Commercials.

I have my own favorites, but want to find out what the Hot Chicks and Smart Men think. Give your opinion!


10 comments:

Tania said...

Hey, I did almost the same thing over at my place. Should we do our own version of the "Jinx" Coke commercial?

Tania said...

The Budweiser ones were ok, but not inspirational. The FedEx ad was my favorite, followed by the Charlie Brown Coke ad, and then maybe the cars.com. None of them really stood out, in my not even remotely humble or apologetic opinion.

Btw, how's the jaw?

Michelle K said...

I missed several, so my opinion is skewed.

Janiece Murphy said...

Tania, the jaw's doing very well, thanks for asking. The stitches haven't yet dissolved, so I'm still on the no salty/crunchy restriction, but it doesn't hurt at all. Yay!

I liked the cars.com ones, too, but I have a huge soft spot for the Budweiser Clydesdales, so I have to go with Hank.

Michelle you can see all the commercials (if you want) at MySpace.

Nathan said...

I only watched the last quarter, so I didn't see most of the commercials. I will skiff off to myspace and report back.

Tom said...

Hey, you forgot the Planter's Cashew commercial. That was funny, I don't care who you are.

Kate said...

I loved the Will Ferrell one, with the ending line: "Suck one."

The commercials this year with the exception of the Napoleon Garmin, the Fed Ex, and Flying Powers Budlight, definitely had no problem following Will Ferrels advice. ;)

Janiece Murphy said...

Tom, you're right. That was pretty funny. I was in a hurry, and missed it.

Janiece Murphy said...

Kate:

CUT!

Anne C. said...

I do have a soft spot for Clydesdales, but I have to say my favorite was the Careerbuilder "Follow your heart". It grossed out other people I was watching with, but I thought it was cute. I also liked, for no reason except simple wishful thinking, the Pepsi Democrat/Republican Get Along.