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  • feeling good like I should welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Super Bowl commercials of 2021.

  • That's my face.

  • You can't just wear my face, but I cut you with the counter.

  • Wasn't me.

  • Yeah, local for this list, we're looking at the most memorable ads to air during Super Bowl 55.

  • As usual, we're excluding trailers for movies or TV shows, including Paramount.

  • Plus don't you See thistles?

  • A metaphor for how we're all streaming on Paramount.

  • Plus now.

  • Bingo genius.

  • Also as me more the as that Oatley ad may have been just No, no, no, no.

  • What was your favorite Super Bowl commercial this year?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • Number 10.

  • Last year's lemons Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade 2020 was a lemon of a year.

  • It feels like only yesterday we were watching Super Bowl 54 blissfully unaware that 2020 would soon fester into a lemon of a year.

  • But you know what they say when life gives you lemons, make a lemon based alcoholic beverage and a hilarious commercial to go with it.

  • You know this thing mark.

  • This Bud Light ad brilliantly captures the madness of 2020 as it literally starts raining lemons.

  • January theme.

  • First, the lemons merely drizzle and only affect a few people.

  • Soon enough, however, it begins pouring lemons with no end in sight.

  • People run around in a panic, weddings air ruined and sporting events are left without cheering crowds.

  • Froth Theo.

  • All too relatable imagery is accompanied by a song that pretty much sums up the nonstop frustration brought on by the year.

  • That was 2020 new Bud Light shelter lemonade packed with lemonade flavor after a lemon of a year.

  • Number nine.

  • It wasn't me Cheetos, but I cut you with the counter.

  • Wasn't me.

  • Last year, Cheetos put a clever spin on M C.

  • Hammer's u Can't Touch this Can't touch this.

  • Hello, You can't touch this for Super Bowl 55.

  • Cheetos once again drew inspiration from a retro song.

  • Shaggy's It Wasn't Me, You even at him in the show world.

  • It wasn't me.

  • Shaggy's It Wasn't Me is about a guy whose girlfriend caught him with another lady.

  • In this commercial, the song has applied to another issue many couples face we guess eating your significant other's Cheetos.

  • So you're snacking on the sofa was in May, with all the evidence pointing to his wife, Ashton.

  • Kutcher confronts Mila Kunis about his missing Cheetos bag.

  • Although Mila's guilt is as plain as the orange dust on her face, Shaggy tells her to simply repeat a lyric from his early two thousands hit The Gullible.

  • Ashton believes her life much to Shaggy's amazement.

  • We'll have to try this the next time we're caught orange handed.

  • Well, did you wasn't May.

  • Oh, okay, well, that's the first time that's ever worked.

  • Number eight.

  • No way, Norway.

  • General Motors.

  • Did you know that Norway sells way more electric cars per capita than the US?

  • Norway is frequently ranked among the countries with the highest quality of life.

  • It's also one of the leading countries for electric car use, surpassing the United States by a significant margin.

  • Well, I won't stand for it.

  • This'll does not sit well with Will Ferrell, who is so enraged that he puts his fist through a Globe Norway Lana crusade to take on Norway.

  • He picks up Keenan Thompson, who was in the middle of a birthday party and Aqua Fina who's going about her usual business?

  • Aqua Fina.

  • Sorry to disturb you, but Norway's beating us and E.

  • V s.

  • Uh, unfortunately, the three get a little turned around.

  • Keenan and Aquafina wind up in Finland while Feral realizes he's in adorable Sweden.

  • I'm in Norway, Loria.

  • You're in Sweden, damn it.

  • We'll just have to settle the score with Norway next Super Bowl.

  • Oh, and Feral never did get that globe off.

  • Number seven.

  • Certain is better.

  • Rocket mortgage.

  • Can we even afford this house?

  • I'm pretty sure we can.

  • We were always pretty sure that this commercial would make the cut, as Tracy Morgan shows.

  • An unsuspecting family, though, pretty sure doesn't add up to 100% positive.

  • I'm pretty sure these of parachutes might not sandwich.

  • That's my You shouldn't buy a house without being certain of all the details.

  • The same could be said about eating mushrooms in the woods, parking and Joey Bosa's spot, parachuting or fighting Dave Batista.

  • I'm pretty sure you could take Batista down.

  • You're on, by the way, are we the only ones who want to see Batista star and final straw three, Not to mention final straw one and to wait.

  • How can it be the final straw if there are two Sequels?

  • Sorry, getting off topic.

  • Morgan, with help from Batista, Bosa and Liza Koshi, gets his point across with one hysterical example after another, certain Let's go a certain good choice.

  • Even after all that, however, the family didn't think to check who their new neighbor is.

  • My neighbor.

  • Mhm.

  • I'll hold the dog.

  • Not again.

  • Number six Bud Light legends Bud Light.

  • Remember the rush we all felt when the heroes emerged from the portals at the climax of Avengers Endgame?

  • Well, this is the bud light equivalent of that iconic moment that even people post Malone Saturday.

  • Customers are distraught to find a freezer deprived of Bud Light.

  • No spuds.

  • Mackenzie didn't snap all the bottles out of existence.

  • A delivery truck accident does spell trouble for thirsty patrons, though.

  • All right, Bud Light legends.

  • Let's do this.

  • Fortunately, an army of Bud Light characters and spokespeople are there to help post Malone, Cedric the Entertainer and Dr Galaga wits are just some of the familiar faces who turn up the sheer amount of in jokes guarantees you'll watch this commercial multiple times And while the legends do save the day, the Bud Night sadly meets another brutal end.

  • We loved him, too, man.

  • Oh, that looks back.

  • Nice.

  • The Bud Light ledge and Save the Day.

  • Number five.

  • The Jason Alexander Hoody tied You have to wash Jason Alexander Hoody, Their mass producing Jason Alexander hoodies.

  • Finally, somebody gets us.

  • Wait, it's on Leah tied ad.

  • Well, we can't complain because this commercial put a big smile on our faces.

  • It also puts several looks of horror on Jason Alexander's face.

  • We all have that one article of clothing that probably should have been cleaned a long time ago.

  • No matter how much dogged role gum and stale let us get on it, though, we tell ourselves it's not worth washing.

  • If hoodies had feelings or faces, we imagine they would look like Alexander as he stomped all over.

  • But while the Hoody does get cleaned, Alexander still wants his face back.

  • That's my face.

  • You can't just wear my face.

  • My mom told me to say, I'm sorry.

  • Give me back my face.

  • Also, for a long time, Seinfeld fans, the nod to George Costanza's answering machine message is a nice touch.

  • Believe it or not, George isn't at home.

  • Please leave a number four.

  • Alex's body.

  • Amazon.

  • Alexa.

  • We know Alexa is only a virtual assistant, but the Amazon A.

  • I can feel so really at times we've all imagined what Alexa might look like in a human body.

  • And for one woman, actor Michael B.

  • Jordan would be the ideal host that how many tablespoons air in a cup?

  • There are 16 tablespoons in a cup.

  • She daydreams about Jordan as Alexa and several steamy situations.

  • Alexa A.

  • But say you lights lights up.

  • Well, that's already funny.

  • What's especially priceless is that her significant other continually walks in on them.

  • In addition to being a laugh riot, the commercial slightly address is the fact that most virtual assistants have female voices.

  • Read my book.

  • I was in his hands that was being changed.

  • Super Bowl ads are also largely known for sexual izing women.

  • To target a male demographic, this ad flips the script without calling attention to itself.

  • We will gladly take a blue eyed kill monger over the echo dot fourth generation any day.

  • Number three Drake from State Farm, State Farm.

  • Hey, Rogers took, um you, Jake from State Farm, you couldn't find a standard looked anything like me.

  • This ad abides by the rule of three building with each joke while they have ah, cheesehead hat in common.

  • Aaron Rodgers stand in, otherwise looks nothing like him.

  • We'd argue that Patrick Mahomes standing is an improvement, although he looks more like Paul Rub than the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback.

  • Have you seen mine?

  • It's like looking in a mirror right now.

  • That would make sense.

  • The best is saved for last, as Jake from State Farm introduces us to his stand in Drake from State Farm.

  • Hold on.

  • Is that Drake?

  • That's right, A Drake from State Farm Ponds don't get much more ingenious than that.

  • As much as we love Drake, there's Onley.

  • One Jake from State Farm and the company mascot is sure to let the understudy know who's in charge.

  • Standings don't have lines.

  • Oh, okay, of course.

  • The next time we call with an insurance inquiry, we could only hope Drake from State Farm Answers Number two, Wayne's World and Cardi B's shameless manipulation eat local uber eats.

  • They were back 2020.

  • Man, that was a great year.

  • Not It's not a Wayne's World three trailer, but this commercial is excellent.

  • Nonetheless, Wayne and Garth would never bow to any sponsor except for Pizza Hut, Doritos, Reebok, New Print and Pepsi.

  • That's where I see things just a little differently.

  • Contractor No, I will not bow to any sponsor.

  • Well, we guess you can add uber eats to the list.

  • Now this local access message is brought to you by uber eats.

  • Mike Myers and Dana Carvey reunite for this gigantic bowl commercial.

  • We'll see you on the big bowl.

  • The gigantic ball.

  • Totally yeah, completely legal.

  • In a throwback to their classic product placement bit, the dual once again condemns shameless advertising while not so suddenly plugging a brand.

  • Their manipulation tactics include sexy, slo mo and cute babies.

  • The guys break out the big guns with an endorsement from Cardi B.

  • Who brings her massive ticktock following to the table.