Superbowl Commercials: The Day After

by alphamonkey on February 7, 2005 · 7 comments

in Audio Visual,News

Were it not for what had to be the gayest Superbowl meal of all time (Seasame and ginger marinated shark steaks with rice and an avacado salad, I kidd thee not. It was AWESOME.), I would have had a crappy Superbowl experience. 

Not only did psycho cyborg Tom Brady lead the Patriots to yet another ring, the commercials were mostly pretty awful.  (I did like the monkey office commercials, suprise!) But since my ad standards are apparently a little higher than my fellow Transbuddhists, I thought I should be fair and give everyone a chance to see ‘em again. has all the commercials that aired during the big, disappointing game. (McNabb! I had such hopes for you!) The other notable bit of the night was during the pregame when I thought “I wouldn’t be suprised if they trotted out the zombie corpse of Ray Charles” and then found out that they did, but then made it all the more awful by having Alicia Keyes ‘sing’ over it.  Way to pimp a dead guy’s CDs, Superbowl! 

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  • Souped_up_on_Jihad

    “Killing the Cat” was the only thing that did anything for me, and it wasn’t even that good. I was very sorely disappointed in the commercials this year, and the game as well.

  • fealty2dahriyah

    ad’s sucked

    game sucked

    earth/wind/fire lipsynching along side of black eyed sellouts sucked

    halftime show even sucked

    this shows what happens when you take away all the shock and awe from no-talents(like the whole fox network, howard stern, rush limbaugh…ect).

    go daddy

  • fealty2dahriyah

    correct that… the hot sauce lady wins my vote. purely for my own erotic fantasy about 2 of my favorite things, women and spicy food.

    this year the commercials lacked everything. they weren’t too funny, or witty or even worth remembering.

  • taylorlove586

    I kinda liked the cat commercial… and I didn’t think the half-time show was all that bad..

  • .alphamonkey.

    Hey, I won’t knock McCartney.  He puts on a good show, and I liked that he did ‘Live and Let Die”.

  • fealty2dahriyah

    actually live and let die is what killed his show for me. it seemed trite. funny because, it’s the only bet I won the whole game.

    I just thought his show lacked… well just about everything that makes live music great… passion, intensity. it’s almost as if they paid him extra to take away all the luster he typically provides. maybe it’s because I have hopes that can’t imagine to be accomplished…

  • Just Plain Bob

    none of you are from the philadelphia region… silence your irrelevant whinings!

    only we know the true pain….

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