If there's one thing Americans like just as much as football, it's a good conspiracy.
I know I'll be watching with great interest on Sunday night when so many auto brands write that new chapter in the narrative that is the relationship between people and their cars.
It's unusual that a company has chosen to include something in their upcoming Super Bowl ad that young people overwhelmingly disagree with: cruelty to animals.
Buzz about Super Bowl commercials has been around almost as long as the game has been played. But this year, the ads that won't be seen on Sunday may be getting the most attention.
In this episode, in addition to some G-Men talk, we address the recently concluded 2010 Winter Olympics, Saved By the Bell, and our ongoing social commentary on TV commercials.
Americans on the whole have lost any idea of their worth as a consumer to major companies. Everywhere we turn there are commercials, and no one bats an eye.
TV is not dead. It's a seat at America's last campfire. Where, if you have a really good story to tell, the entire nation will gather around and listen.
Super Bowl commercials are iconic American culture. Ads tell us a ton about what's up, right now, and thanks to social media, we can rate and evaluate Super Bowl ads in more ways.
Judging from the pathetic batch of commercials that aired on Sunday, you would never know that some of the most powerful marketing firms spend in excess of $100 million on Super Bowl ads.
Suddenly, the eardrum-splitting TV volume seemed to mute. My friends stared at me as though I'd just supported a Snookie-for-Senate campaign. "I am totally going to Denny's on Tuesday!"
A record 106 million viewers tuned in this past Sunday to watch the much-anticipated Super Bowl commercials -- surpassing the commercials shown during the finale of Mash in 1983.
Though the New Orleans Saints' decisive victory left little room for Monday morning quarterbacking, the same cannot be said about the Super Bowl ads, where CBS showed just how low it can go.
Surrendering every vessel of manhood is easy when one has a new Dodge Charger to fall back on. Though I'll bet that not a single guy reading this wil...
1. The best Super Bowl. Ever. Notice how I refrained from using the word "greatest"? That's because it's not only a conveniently overused word when it...