Chevy super bowl ad inspired by Danish Seat ad, inspired by Bee movie?

The game hasn't even begun yet, we're all out getting snacks, chips and silly amounts of beers and other drinks in preparation for the big game. Bathroom breaks have been planned in the spots of the super bowl ads we've already showed you. Here's some more trivia that you may impress (or frighten) your friends with while the commercials are on, the first super bowl badlander. If they are adgeeks too, they'll be impressed. If they are civilians, they'll think you're a freak. Don't worry, we've all been there. God knows I have.


Most Notable Budweiser and Bud Light Super Bowl Ads from the past 40 years

Since the 70s, Budweiser and Bud Light ads have been staples in the Super Bowl of Advertising. We've dug into the Super Bowl archive of 40 years of Super Bowl commercials to take a look back at some of the more notable spots.


See Seinfeld in Super Bowl Ads from the past--he's back after 12 years away

Last time Jerry Seinfeld was in a Super Bowl ad was 1999, during his heydays as an American Express spokesperson. Throughout the 1990s, he appeared in Super Bowl ads for the brand. This year he's back but for Honda Acura. Take a trip down memory lane...


Super Bowl XLVI: The Ads of 2012 *SPOILER ALERT* UPDATED 2/5

It’s here! Well, hours away now. Check out the ads you’ll see and watch a good number of them now, so you can know which ones to run to the bathroom during, and which ones you really want to see again. Of course, you’ll be able to watch them again and again right here after the game. And after you watch what will air today, dig into 40 years of Super Bowl Ads in our archive right here:

NOTE: If you want to be surprised, don't go any farther. And, don't say we didn't warn you.


Old Milwaukee / Will Ferrel - Davenport / Swim - (2012)

Old Milwaukee / Will Ferrel - Davenport / Swim - (2012)

Take a swim with Old Milwaukee - because alcohol and drowning go so well together.


Old Milwaukee / Will Ferrel - Field - (2012) :30 (USA)

Old Milwaukee / Will Ferrel - Field - (2012) :30 (USA)

Old Milwaukee is not actually paying Will to do this, he is doing it himself. Why? Because he likes Old Milwaukee. (this is part of the myth for this campaign.


Darling, your brief is showing: A Super Bowl USP critique.

So you have a Super Bowl spot. It's creative. Or at least what passes as creative. There’s just one thing: the actual USP or RTB or whatever acronym you want to use that stands for “the part where we sell you shit.” What do you do with it?

Apparently some have chosen to regurgitate a line on the fucking brief.

Case in point:


BMW 3 Series - The Big Grab (2012) :30 (USA)

BMW 3 Series - The Big Grab (2012) :30 (USA)

Local spot airing in NY Tristate area during the game. Everybody is cold, except the driver.