VOTE: What was your favorite Super Bowl XLVIII commercial?

 This undated frame grab provided by SodaStream, shows the company's 2014 Super Bowl commercial. SodaStream’s ad features “Her” actress Scarlett Johansson promoting its at-home soda maker and will run in the fourth quarter. The ad, which promotes the product as a healthier and less wasteful way to make soda, made waves ahead of the game when the company said it would delete it’s last line, “Sorry, Coke and Pepsi, ” at a request by Fox. (AP Photo/SodaStream)

This undated frame grab provided by SodaStream, shows the company's 2014 Super Bowl commercial. SodaStream’s ad features “Her” actress Scarlett Johansson promoting its at-home soda maker and will run in the fourth quarter. The ad, which promotes the product as a healthier and less wasteful way to make soda, made waves ahead of the game when the company said it would delete it’s last line, “Sorry, Coke and Pepsi, ” at a request by Fox. (AP Photo/SodaStream)

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Comments » 4

biomanogt writes:

Sure as heck wasn't the halftime show!

doug#283680 writes:

Overall the commercials were as boring as the game. Maybe the point has been reached when over-hype beats expectations.

MasonDixon writes:

in response to biomanogt:

Sure as heck wasn't the halftime show!

.....which was better than the game itself!

WeThePeople2016 writes:

it's the chevy truck cowboy--but that's probably reflecting a male bias--;)

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