The Super Bowl is on the books, and that means it’s time to close the door on the ad harvest again this year.We rated every one of them when they aired last night but here’s the biggest (and not biggest) hits version: the best and worst of what we saw last night

Your judgment on how you liked these Super Bowl ads largely depended on how you like your nostalgia: remixed or just rehashed The Jason Alexander hoodie piece was a clever little montage and put it on the theme “Greatest American Hero,” George Costanza’s answering machine ringing means it’s a huge hit with people remembering what an answering machine was

Super Bowl ads have moved away from objectifying sexy actors and models in the past decade, but I’m pretty sure many viewers had absolutely no problem with a shirtless, tub-soaked Michael B personifying Jordan as Alexa. p>

Tracy Morgan is a national treasure, and I guarantee that any brand that trains one camera on him for a specific 60 minutes of a day will get more than enough genius to fill five Super Bowl commercials next year


Lemons raining from the sky, ruining everything we care about and forcing us all indoors is a surprisingly accurate metaphor for a major international beverage company

The idea of ​​the King of Slices declaring war on Jimmy John’s in a Scorsese-style montage is so damn strange it deserves more love

Oat subordinates: Sir, we heard you played karaoke at company meetings Do you think this is a good idea?

Newly hired Oatly subordinates: Absolutely! Whatever you say sir! And may we say you have a beautiful singing voice!

As someone who, unlike Cardi B, went through the first iteration of Wayne’s World, I can safely say that a cute Saturday Night Live skit passed its expiration date well before the second movie, resurrecting the corpse The idea for an ad in 2021 is like propping up oldies acts for halftime shows, you think you want it, but what you want is the version from your memory, not the one now I’m indulging Wayne and Garth for not having this one got cute, sweet Super Bowl coin, but that execution made me want to hurl

The Ashton Kutcher-Mila Kunis Cheetos ad on Shaggys “It wasn’t me” wasn’t a bad ad per se. It’s just that all you have to do is say, “Ashton Kutcher-Mila Kunis ad on Shaggys” It was not I “set” and you know exactly what is going to happen, blow by blow And that it did

So what exactly was that ad for? Mini Maya Rudolph’s on horseback with weird CGI splitting payments or something I realize the criticism of an ad for being too far out is exactly the opposite of what I did in the Cheetos ad as a paint by number, but still you have to give us some more to work with, Klarna

It is not enough just to pick the actors – at least one of them – from a popular 90s movie and start over with the second role you’ve got to give them more to do Given that the original “Edward Scissorhands” was a mockery of the stultifying consumerism that Super Bowl ads celebrate, it was a sad, sighing disappointment to see Lil ‘Edgar Cadillac

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During the first half of the Super Bowl loss to the Buccaneers, Chiefs Safety Bully Mathieu had a rather violent on-field exchange with the game’s eventual MVP, Tom Brady Mathieu would end up being tagged for unsportsmanlike conduct, and the cameras off CBS caught Mathieu pointing a finger in Brady’s face but the two would share words [more]

Some members of the Mahomes family lost Sunday’s Super Bowl loss better than others to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

After beating the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, Rob Gronkowski explained how Tom Brady got him to retire and join him in Tampa Bay

Whether you’re a die-hard NFL fan who stayed up until dawn to see the Super Bowl or – like the “What We Do In The Shadows” characters – you thought everyone was talking about one especially great owl, there’s one one thing that everyone can agree on: Tom Brady, who won another title at the age of 43, is impressive. And a bit depressing for the rest of us, Brady, the quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, won his seventh Super Bowl last night as he led his team to a comfortable 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs It was his first season with the Buccaneers after 20 years with the New England Patriots and he has no intention of standing to withdraw Brady calmly to see how he makes it a habit to win again – despite the fact that he is the same age as the mother of his counterpart, although he is more than a year older than Matt Hancock and despite Madonna’s Version of American Pie The charts when he started made many ask, “What is his secret to avoiding the Middle Ages? Can i have some And will he ever die? “If you hear about this, you might not be that excited. Here’s Tom Brady’s Guide to Never Aging. Buckle Up His Daily Routine It has been reported that a day in Tom Brady’s life looks exactly like this: 5:30 PM – Wake up, drink electrolyte water.” and Smoothie 7 am – Breakfast with his partner, Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen, her two children and sometimes Brady’s son John from a relationship with his former partner, actress Bridget Moynihan 10 am – “Beach Time” lunch – lunch 3 to 3 pm – Workout or workout 5 to 6 p.m. – Post-workout suppleness session 6 p.m. – Dinner with his family 7 p.m. – Movies, strategy with his trainer, and charity work 7:30 a.m. – Family time, reading for his kids 830 a.m. – Bedtime fun! Gisele must love it

Mike Kaye of NJcom reports that the Eagles have closed a deal that will either send Carson Wentz to the Colts Bears are a mysterious third team

When he joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, one of Tom Brady’s first jobs was with his center Ryan Jensen making some changes to improve quarterback-center exchanges

Tom Brady has a contract with Under Armor His Super Bowl Champion t-shirt had a Nike logo. Did Brady cover the logo on purpose?

The Kansas City Chiefs were penalized for 95 yards eight times in the first half and were 21-6 behind the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

in the half

The Chiefs star showed the rookie a peace sign in a regular season TD that Winfield remembered

Todd Bowles, Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator, said the biggest game of his life was all he shouldn’t do

Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale flew from Texas to Colorado to place his $ 3 million bet on Tom Brady and the Buccaneers

At least one prominent analyst hears the Celtics are up to something – but the question is, what?

The Chiefs seem to have a real problem getting on the right side in Super Bowl LV

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