Whether you tuned in to cheer on the New York Giants or the New England Patriots, wanted to see Madonna lip-sync or loved the excuse of eating tons of tailgate-type food on this unofficial holiday, Super Bowl Sunday also gave us some memorable commercials. This year, advertisers had to shell out $3.5 million for a 30-second spot during the illustrious Super Bowl. Here are five commercials we recommend, including a Full House star getting headbutted for having one taste of yogurt too many.
5. Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt: John Stamos Gets Headbutted:
Perhaps the best — and least expected — commercial moment came when a seemingly lovely woman decided to headbutt John Stamos (aka Uncle Jesse from Full House) over a cup of Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt. His smoldering smile just didn't do it for her.
4. Jack in the Box's Marry Bacon:
In the words of Jack of Jack in the Box, “If you love bacon, make it official.” By that he means, commit your life (which will probably be full of sickness and not-so-much health) to one of America's most beloved pork products. For its viral commercial, Jack in the Box took a food love affair to the extreme and even decided to dedicate a website to it — MarryBacon.com. Wonder how many single guys and gals out there would consider this option if we decided to amend the Constitution…
3. The Doritos Baby Sling:
For all the Doritos-loving grandmothers out there, the nacho cheese chips specialists offered the perfect remedy to obnoxious toddlers taunting you with your beloved snack. All it takes to steal a bag is a baby, a bouncy sling/swing and a bit of arm strength. But seriously, don't try this at home…
2. The M&Ms Are Sexy and They Know It:
Vanessa Williams as the voice of the Ms. Brown M&M was the right touch of sass and class for this commercial. Working females, be they an M&M or human, deserve to be taken seriously, and that's what happened here — until Mr. Red M&M decided to ruin her work day by stripping down to his chocolatey core.
1. Pepsi MAX Checks Out Against Coke Zero:
We just can't get rid of Regis Philbin. Here, he makes a comeback as a host on the Pepsi MAX-winning game show that a Coke Zero employee steps into. Mediocre hilarity ensues.