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Ranking the Best Super Bowl 50 Commercials

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Ask any casual sports fan what the best part of the Super Bowl is and they will say the commercials. 

Though recent year's commercials for the big game have been somewhat lackluster, there was bigger hopes that 2016 would be a good year with it being the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl. Some you can't forget, some you want to forget, and some are just plain weird.

Note: I'm not counting movie trailers because those are good or bad depending on who's a fan of the movie.

11. Hyundai

Ryan Reynolds is making every girl out there want a Hyundai.

10. Colgate

An important message for everyone to see. We all leave the water running while brushing out teeth and the image should've stuck with us all. 

9. Amazon Echo

Some products get lost in the commercial. This was one of them.

8. Puppy Monkey Baby

This makes the list solely based on the fact that you had nightmares about it. Well after the game was over, people unfortunately couldn't stop thinking about the puppymonkeybaby.


The Mini Cooper gets a bad rep for being small and wack, but thanks to this commercial, we all saw it in a different light.

6. Bud Light 

Great comedians, beer, and a play on the upcoming election. It's all here.


This was too weird not to include.

4. Kia & Walken

This is another one of those commercials where the product gets lost because you're so consumed with the commercial. Christopher Walken and and sock puppet?? Kia didn't stand a chance.

3. LG & Liam Neeson

Liam Neeson can steal any show. This time it's the younger Neeson, who is actually Liam's son, who is the star here.

2. Super Bowl Babies

Call me a sucker for 90s nostalgia, but this is the one of the best commercials. Seal, an iconic song, and a premise that is actually true for Super Bowl winning cities. Win.

1. T-Mobile

The best thing you can do is take something deep in pop culture and turn it into a commercial to remember. First Drake, who's "Hotline Bling" is so perfect for a phone company you have to wonder how much T-Mobile paid to get him.

Then there's Steve Harvey, who's Miss Universe gaffe was the talk of the town... and now the Super Bowl. Hand it to T-Mobile because these two commercials stuck with viewers.