This is it - the final stretch. Thirteen more ads shown during the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. In the 80s and early 90s, no one wanted these spots due to the large leads teams would have by this time, leaving only people following betting pools still watching. But more recently, close contests have made these commercials some of the most watched - at least by those that weren't rushing to the bathroom during a whistle or too drunk to remember.
Let's wrap this up, shall we?
We're back for the second half of the ads from Super Bowl 46. I wouldn't let you down (also, the second half, just by its nature of having some repeated ads from the first half, has fewer new ads, making this a little less daunting.)
Anyway, on to the ads!
OK, we did the first quarter, and the second quarter is a major one, because that's when the people who show up late come in and everyone is all settled in and paying (at least a little) attention. 24 of these bad boys to get through, so you'll excuse me if I don't pick apart every single one.
So let's get on with it, shall we?
So, I watched (most of) Super Bowl 46, and since I kind of hate both teams that were playing in it, I think the only thing I really want to talk about is what everyone else always talks about - the ads. Here's my quick recap to the Super Bowl ads. The first quarter, in order (at least Yahoo's order):