Super Bowl: Oh the drama! Super Advertisements go epic
Anheuser-Busch also pulled at heartstrings with a spot about a baby Clydesdale growing up and moving away from his farm and his trainer. Years later, the horse remembered the trainer after returning for a parade. He raced down a street to hug him.
"The Budweiser commercial with the Clydesdale made me cry,'' said Wendy Ponzo, 49, who was watching the game in Pont Pleasant, New Jersey.
Lincoln's 90-second ad was inspired by tweets by fans about road trips. The company asked people to send their stories, and Jimmy Fallon, host of NBC's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,'' decided on which tales would be used.
The ad, which was based on more than 6,000 tweets from fans, shows adventures during a fictional road trip. A woman picks up a German hitchhiker, and they go to an alpaca farm, get stopped by turtles crossing the road, and drive through a movie set.
Rap pioneer Joseph "Rev Run'' Simmons and Wil Wheaton, who acted in "Star Trek: The Next Generation,'' made cameos in the spot.
Coca-Cola created an ad based on an online campaign that pit three groups - a troupe of showgirls, biker style badlanders and cowboys - against each other in a race through a desert for a Coke.
Starting Jan. 23 and continuing through the end of the Super Bowl, viewers voted online for their favorite group. The group with the most votes - the showgirls - were revealed when
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