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Super Bowl XLVIII Commercials

Watching the Seahawks annihilate the Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII wasn't the most enjoyable experience for the casual fan, but as usual the commercials delivered plenty of laughs and some heartfelt moments as well. Whether it was Tim Tebow making good use of his down time or David Beckham running around in his underwear, celebrities were out in full force to get the attention of the biggest television audience of the year. Who did the best job? Cast your vote on our special categories below!

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What grade would you give the Super Bowl XLVIII commercials?

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  • Which Super Bowl commercial made the best use of a celebrity?

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  • Which Super Bowl commercial made the best use of an animal?

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      60%
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      17%

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  • Which was the funniest Super Bowl commercial?

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    Discuss (Total votes: 19,643)

  • Which Super Bowl commercial movie/TV trailer intrigued you the most?

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      24%
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      32%
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      26%

    Discuss (Total votes: 18,300)

  • Which was the better part of Super Bowl XLVIII?

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      48%
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      52%

    Discuss (Total votes: 243,035)

  • Would you quit your job to star in a Super Bowl commercial?

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      42%
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      58%

    Discuss (Total votes: 19,043)

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