Allstate Blames Mayhem for World History's Worst in Epic Super Bowl Commercial

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterJanuary 31, 2013

Mayhem is the worst. 

I am partial to the Allstate commercials that feature Mayhem personified as a low-talking man who wears the bruises of many accidents. 

If there is one favorite of mine, it may have to be the one that joked, "Well, that's a problem, because I like Johnny." You can see it here

B/R now brings you the new Super Bowl commercial for Mayhem and his historic hijinks.

While I am not sure if they will go with the full-minute spot for the big game, there is no doubt the referee portion will remain. 

From the moment Mayhem bit into the forbidden fruit, the world has been full of accidents and disasters—including the Sphinx losing its nose and a Trojan Horse blunder. 

One of the biggest mistakes this NFL season would have to be the replacement referees. I dare you to not crack a smile at Mayhem dishing out referee jerseys and offering, "You're a ref. You're a ref. You're a ref. Make me proud."

It seems like a long time ago, but remember that it was just this season when replacement refs nearly burned down all of humanity—or something like that. 

Come for the hilarity of Mayhem unleashing his horrors, but stay for one of the best voices in the business—star of Major League, Mr. Baseball and 24Dennis Haysbert

This will be up there with some of the best Super Bowl ads this year. 

Hit me up on Twitter for more cray Super Bowl commercials. 

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