Super Bowl Commercials 2014: Breaking Down Most Interesting Ad Teasers

Tyler Brooke@TylerDBrookeSenior Analyst IIJanuary 27, 2014


Super Bowl XLVIII will feature the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, but more casual football fans may be more excited for the commercials than for the actual game.

The commercials are among the best parts of the Super Bowl. Companies release their best possible ads, giving us a chance to laugh, feel good or just watch something crazy. Thanks to YouTube, several companies have already released teasers for their ads.

So let's take a look at a few Super Bowl commercial teasers and break them down.

Arnold Is Ready for Some Pingpong 

Mr. Universe, governor of California, the Terminator and now a serious pingpong player? It looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger really can do it all. 

Bud Light has released several teasers for its Super Bowl commercials, which feature the famous actor/politician as he appears to be preparing for some serious table tennis competition.

Perhaps the most entertaining aspect of the commercial is the fact that the Governator has long, flowing hair and is wearing a very strange pingpong outfit.

Seriously, I want to know what is going to happen. But whatever it is, Bud Light is suggesting we should be #UpForWhatever.

Full House Cast Returns

It seems that Jesse Katsopolis, Danny Tanner and Joey Gladstone are still living together even though the show Full House has been over for nearly 20 years.

Oikos yogurt brought John Stamos, Dave Coulier and Bob Saget together for an awesome Full House reunion commercial. The show lasted eight seasons and had 192 episodes, which have been on rerun ever since.

The biggest question now is whether other former cast members from the show will appear in the Super Bowl commercial.

CarMax Releases Two Teasers

CarMax has released two Super Bowl teasers, and one of them features an interesting twist.

In the first commercial, a man buys a new car from CarMax, which leads to an excess amount of slow claps. From old men being rescued from their homes to Sean Astin dressed as Rudy, many people appear to be cheering on this guy.

The second commercial is exactly the same, except CarMax replaced all of the people with actual puppies.

CarMax decided that if there is a Puppy Bowl before the Super Bowl, there should be puppy versions of commercials too. I think it makes a pretty good point, but, then again, I think puppies make everything better.


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