The Denver Broncos came away with the win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 last night, but not everyone was watching for the football. The commercials are a pivotal part of the Super Bowl experience, so here are the food-related commercials you need to see.
It’s a tale as old as time: “you’re not you when you’re hungry.” Willem Dafoe rocks the classic white dress almost as well as Marilyn herself.
Apparently, Avocados From Mexico are the only thing of interest that Earth has to offer. But the question on most young people’s minds during this commercial was probably: “who the hell is Scott Baio?” Ugh, kids these days.
Doritos shelled out for not one, but two Super Bowl ads. The first was a disturbing and quite controversial ad where a baby actually ejects itself from its mother’s womb in the hunt for Doritos…
The second – and not as upsetting – ad features a group of dogs who just want the same basic rights to Doritos that humans have.
5. Taco Bell
Taco Bell thinks its new Quesalupa is going to be bigger than Tinder, hoverboards, and even the Internet. Yeah, good luck with that.
Skittles offers a double dose of everyone’s favorite grandmother Steven Tyler. Rock the Rainbow.
Honestly, this one had a bit too much going on. There may be such thing as too bold.
Hey, have you heard about McDonald’s all-day breakfast!? You have?? Well, hear about it again anyway!
Campbell’s is here to remind you that moms are the best. #sentimental
This ad had traction even before it aired on the big night. There’s no love story quite as sweet as that between a dog and its owners – or between hot dogs and Heinz? It’s not quite clear which one takes precedent here.
Mountain Dew introduces us to the Puppymonkeybaby that will haunt our dreams.
What about the quintessential, sentimental Budweiser commercial with the Clydesdale? The one that makes us cry every year?
Like this one?
Or this one?
Well, we didn’t get one this year.
But maybe Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen hilariously campaigning for Bud Light can make up for it.
And there you have it. Hopefully Super Bowl 51 can dish out as many funny, bizarre, and/or disturbing ads in 2017.