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The Best of 2017's Super Bowl Commercials

Here are some of the weirdest, funniest and most CGI animal filled ads from the Super Bowl (2017).

  • The Superbowl. A big day for sports players and a big day for advertising campaigns! The commercials for this Superbowl are coming quickly and delightfully, with some grabbing headlines for their progressive values (Budweiser, KIA), their surreal antics (the avocado ads), and the return of a very silly dog from the 80's into the afterlife (somehow, also Budweiser).

    First up, is the commercial from Budweiser, showcasing its founder's origins as an immigrant, which drew praise for supporting immigration during these trying times.

  • Beautiful, but more importantly, Spuds McKenzie (the beer drinking party dog) is back as a ghost, so I know what'll draw me into drinking more Budweiser, personally.

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  • Good work, Spuds! In your ghostly honor, I will get drunk with slightly more classy panache this time around.

  • Busch Beer today revealed that its beer might be healthier than freshwater. I should say here that it isn't, but I can't help but appreciate the audacious marketing.

  • Okay, what else? Well, here's Melissa McCarthy selling KIAs as goofily as possible!

  • GoDaddy dropped its bananas sexist advertising to showcase the best of the old Internet memes. Ah, Rickrolling. I miss you so!

  • Avocados gives us a two-minute long sketch about how the Illuminati wants us to eat sweet guac. (If we have to be ruled by an Illuminati, I'm glad this is what they want from us. Is that Jon Lovitz at the end there, too?

  • Here's a Squarespace ad where John Malkovich references beloved indie film Being John Malkovich, and somewhere Charlie Kaufman weeps.

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  • Finally, here's Christopher Walken and Justin Timberlake selling juice.

  • Just like that, another football season has come and gone. We can't wait to see next year's commercials!

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