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It's 2023 and Farmer's Dog brought the tearjerker, Kia brought the "Binky Dad" hero, and Elton John stole the show for Doritos.
Farmer's Dog brought the tearjerker, a race against time for our "Binky Dad" hero, and Doritos - Jacks New Angle / “Try Another Angle”
In 2022 some positive ads have arrived as post-covid quarantining years, people really want something to laugh at rather than yet another "in these unprecedented times" adverts. Have the brands succeeded? Only time will tell, but so far they are bringing out the big gun celebrities and comedians and their best attempt to make you smile.
People dance to celebrate car sales in Vroom "Flake - the musical", CGI animals create music as they eat flamin' hot chips to the tune of "Push It" for Frito-Lay, and Eugene Levy turns unexpected Hollywood action hero for Nissan.
Another year, another Super Bowl commercial collection. So far in 2021 we've had big brands like Budweiser pull out of the super bowl, opening up space but newcomers to the big game.
A lady dreams up the perfect vessel for Alexa, which is Michael B. Jordan, much to her husband's annoyance. Matthew McConaughey feels like Flat Matthew until Doritos 3D saves him, and Bud Light bring back their own ad Legends because they're out of ideas.
Well hello 2020. At this point, we have a "get out of chores free" card from Cheetos. Google's "Loretta" ad tugs at the heartstrings because the smartest way to sell AI is to appeal to human emotions, and Little Ceasars' finally tops sliced bread.
Welcome, super bowl ad fans, to 2019. So far we have a few celebrities, but with a twist. Sarah Jessica Parker appears as her most famous role "Carrie Bradshaw", joined by "The Dude" played by Jeff Bridges. Celebrity Director Ridley Scott teases a short film. The Washington Post says that democracy dies in darkness.
Rap battle between hot and cool. Adding Pringles together makes "wow", while Cris Pratt works out to be the Michelob Ultra spokesman.
We have a Busssssssschhhhhhhhhhh, Budweiser is "born the hard way", and the Coen brothers directed "Easy Driver"
We have a wiener stampede, singing sheep and Vikings on their way to Valhalla in a battleship already. Go Vikings, go!
This is the year of The Dad with Dove Men+Care first out shortly followed by Toyota's Bold Dad. Meanwhile Bud Light is still #Upforwhatever including a game of real life Pac Man.
Weathertech did that, the eighties called and the British showed us why they are such good villains.
Willem Dafoe is the devil himself, VW would like to teach the angry & sad youtube world to sing - meanwhile Audi is like a bravery steroid for prom wusses.
Ferris Bueller is back, Darth Vader shows up in the Cantina scene, gorgeous Italian women are actually cars, Elton John is a bigger queen than Madonna and much more.
Stella Artois showed themselves to be the anti-Bud, Eminem pep-talked Detroit for Chrysler, and Bridgestone really wish it hadn't replied to all....Oh, it didn't!
-10 XLIV Google let hell freeze over with a love story, Volkswagen reinvented punchdub, and pantless men prawled for Dockers
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-09 XLIII Alec wanted to eat our brains, careerbuilder said "It may be time" including koalas and Audi did a time-warping chase scene.
08 XLII was when animals screamed, Justin Timberlake had a bad case of magnetic attraction and Fedex began using pigeons. Tut tut Fedex.
07 XLI Fedex had offices on the moon, Careerbuilder was in the jungle and Mr Mencia's English class went on the prowl.
In -06 XL we saw animated dragons, as well as the unusual love story between a monster and a giant robot. Meanwhile, little girls just wanted to be able to be themselves and feel Ok about it.
-05 xxxix was a star-studded gala, from Burt Reynolds to Poppin' Fresh, we were bombarded by stars and icons shilling everything from beer to countertops. We also saw fewer animals, though the ones in the ads almost got themselves killed. Male intuition was shown in a Heineken ad, and everyone raised their glasses to it.
-04 XXXVIII Was another banner year for animals in the ads as well with a donkey, two ads with horses, two ads with dogs, two ads with bears, chimps, monkeys, and elephants. Plus, a man acting like a wolf, and the famous Muppet animals. It was a zoo this year! Well, apart from "Jenkins" the alien.
-03 xxxvii I'm still amused that they got away with that name in the Terry Tate ad. Meanwhile Bud made a bigger gap between men and women, and Monster turned into pure action drama.
-02 XXXVI was when the Clydesdales got serious, the E*trade chimp got silly (and fired), and the cowboy had just gotten in to town.
-01 XXXV How are you doing+ Dot Com Deserted and Running with Squirrels.
00 XXXIV E*trade blew millions on a dancing chimp, EDS herded cats and that guys had money coming out the wazoo.
-99 XXXIII When I grow up I want to write Monster.com commercials, bud light buyers dilemma, and the VW Jetta went all Jungian on us.
-98 XXXII Fedex created a fantastic ad but it was never delivered, Outpost.com tattooed kids, and the evil beaver was after your Miller Light!
-97 The pigeons attack! Miller Lite did some really quirky product testing and some guys like it hot, but the mosquitos don't.
-96 XXX Charlton Heston was loved, did not fall for it. The Clydesdales played football, and the bud frogs discovered side-effects of winter.
-95 XXIX Frogs learned how to read, Dennis Hopper went on a rant, and peace was had in a diner between the Pepsi delivery guy ad the Coke delivery guy. It didn't last.
-94 XXVIII Shaq was told off by a kid who wanted his pepsi, Chimps drink pepsi, and the McDonald's showdown between Larry Bird and Michael Jordan once more.
-93 XXVII Larry bird & Michael showdown "nothing but net", Bugs Bunny and Jordan have a showdown, while Corey Feldmen gives us life advice.
-92 XXVI Cindy Crawford shows off the new can of Pepsi. John Cleese showed off everything Magnavox. "Hare" Jordan showed off skills against Michael Jordan.
-91 XXV Nike told us there is no finish line and became "just do with" with all of America, The Go-Go's asked if those were bugle Boy jeans, and Ray Charles had a hard time finding the right "uh-huh" girls.
-90 XXIV Coke had a hilltop reunion and taught the world how to sing again, while Fred Savage received a love letter and Paula Abdul danced around with Elton John just for the taste of it.
-89 XXIII Michael J Fox makes a robot clone, Diet Coke airs the first ad in 3D which is the announcers "single proudest moment of his life", and Dana Carvey / Jon Lovitz shilled for Amex.
-88 XXII Michael J Fox escaped a mad dog, Bartles and James added a bugle to their repertoire and a dog did dog impressions for Stroh - nobody recognized his Spuds MacKenzie.
-87 XXI Spuds MacKenzie was a party animal, Michael J Fox had a messy apartment and Footlocker freaked us out with some very weird looking future sports.
-86 XX Pepe le Pew fell in love with the McDLT, IBM declared themselves our type, and New Cok filled "The Refrigerator" William Perry.
-85 XIX Apple called PC users lemmings, you could get a Golf for under 7000 dollars and the Canned Food Council showed off their sexy robot.
84 XVII was the year that Apple kicked Alan Alda and Atari's tush, Bill Bixby shilled for Radio Shack.
-80 XIV Mean Joe Green turns out to be nice, Orson Welles sold Paul Masson, here's his sober outtake, and Gillette tested the thickness of their foam in silly ways, like by dipping bikini-clad ladies in it.
Monks discovered Xerox copiers, a divine invention, proper stunts with pickups trucks were all the rage and McDonald's discovered that archeology makes you hungry.
In -75 IX skiing was all the rage, Mdonald's inflicted the meme "two all beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese pickles onions on a sesame seed bun" on us all and IBM showed off their copier which was high tech at the time.
Farrah Fawcett creamed Joe Namath, Master Lock tested its products with a gun at the shooting range and hey look, it's the Fonz with a moustache!
Back in 72 VI, Gillette sold "the dry look"; real men used steel and Coke taught the world to sing on a hilltop.
Gillette made their finest ad ever, while talking about the technical abilities of the techmatic, meanwhile some guy acts a little stoned as he sees mint grow in his foam and Mott's predicts genetic modification mutant fruit.