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I don't think any Superbowl commercial could possibly top this one. It has the Soup Nazi, hollographic monkeys, and Jay Leno. Yea, you'll probably have to watch a commercial to watch the commercial, I know.

That's hilarious. A little something for everyone. The three things you mention do nothing for me, and it started a little slow, but by the speedboat bit.,,, :lol:

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