Super Bowl ads were mostly an array of exhausted blah-blah spokespersons and overused hee-haw spokeshorses.
Find someone without geeky specs, Verizon. The “can you hear me now?” spin off is now trite too. It should be bottled up. I was sick of this guy in 2004.
Enough with the Clydesdales, Budweiser. One cheeky hook up with a stallion aside, eyes glaze over when the horse plays fetch.
Someone wake up the marketing teams; they need to show an ounce of creativity.
After two steps back, one step forward. The Bob Dylan and will.i.am rendition of “Forever Young” was a 60-second pleasure cruise. The montage of life, including Gumby, surfers, dancing guy in Speedo and Bruce Lee, was refreshingly satisfying — like Pepsi, I guess.