Heinz managed to wrangle dozens of Dachshunds for an epic ketchup commercial.
Honda unveils the reborn Acura NSX with a lot of David Lee Roth vocals.
Alec Baldwin and Dan Marino get an assist from Amazon's Echo in building a snack stadium.
Jesse isn't about to let Walt have all the commercial fun.
Jamie Casino wrote and directed this year's best Super Bowl commercial, detailing his transition from criminal defense lawyer to personal injury attourney - and the tragic event that brought about that change.
If there is an 80s icon that isn't in this commercial, it probably wasn't an icon. RadioShack raided the decade and packed 10 years into this 60-second Super Bowl spot.
There's a reason your dog wants to sleep on your uber comfortable Casper mattress with you, and that reason is not you. The Casper Dog Mattress gives man's best friend his very own Casper bed, made from a mixture of pressure-relieving memory foam and durable support foam, ensuring universal and long-lasting comfort. It's durable and includes a machine-washable cover. Your pup will love it, but has 100 nights to decide — just in case. Available in small, medium, and large.
Presented by Casper.
Whether you're closing a deal or cleaning up for a date, Timberland Killington Chukka Boots will keep your feet protected and comfortable this Spring. The upper is made from a combo of full-grain leather and mesh, giving the shoe a rugged/casual look that pairs perfectly with a variety of ensembles covering a multitude of occasions. A cushy insole keeps your feet happy all day long, while the SensorFlex outsole moves with your foot and combines three different layers to deliver additional comfort, support, and outstanding traction on any surface. Available in four handsome colorways.
Presented by Timberland.
Newcastle almost made a Super Bowl commercial starring almost-celebrity Anna Kendrick - but they didn't. Here's the behind-the-scenes footage of the Super Bowl commercial that never was.
Despite Eminem getting in the way, this was our favorite "serious" ad shown during the big game. Kudos, Chrysler.
Around 40 years of classic TV highlights, retouched nicely with their corresponding NFL team gear.
Just tell her how you really feel. Or tell her what you want to feel (of hers).
With the same life-saving capabilities as Lassie, how could the Chevy Silverado not be 2011 Motor Trend Truck of the Year.
Audi's Startled Smart program is so good, it startles the unstartleable.
The 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid reminds us that change is good. Although that looks like it would really tone your back-side.
Since hotels hate your guts, HomeAway has created the Ministry of Detourism to save your vacation. Only one baby was harmed during the filming of this commercial.
Those Ancient Mayans will go though some great lengths to get their hands on a new Kia Optima. That must be some ride.
This might not only make you cringe, but rethink eating Doritos all together. At least in public places.
A hot ginger in a sweet Camaro always makes for a good commercial.
If you watch this ad for the 21st century Beetle, be prepared to sing Whoa, Black Betty Bam-ba-lam over and over for the rest of the day.
Taking a hammer to a new Camero doesn't seem like a brillant idea, especially a transforming alien robot one. That chipmunk had it coming.
Size matters not as this mini Vader uses the force against the 2012 VW Passat.
Technology moves fast. Don't get left behind. Let Ozzy Osbourne and Justin Bieber tell you about the Buy Back Program.
Elizabeth Hurley explains how to save on just about anything.
Not sure the extended range electric Volt from Chevrolet rates on the same historic level as electricity, but up to 40 miles on pure electric is pretty awesome.
Cars.com reminds us that whether it's poisonous food or arrow-throwing Indians, one can never be too careful.
Silly monkeys. You can't drive a car and go to work.
Mr. Peanut ain't got nothin' on Alejandro. He's hot like Mexico, rejoice. Ale-Alejandro, Ale-Alejandro.
Thanks to this Doritos commercial, every kid's birthday wishes will now be hijacked by their robot-loving, pole dancing father. Whoops!