June 17, 2024

See the 16 best Super Bowl 2024 commercials, featuring everything from soaring Eagles to couch potatoes.

Super Bowl LVIII had a bevy of star-studded commercials, but just a handful actually made people laugh out loud.

They won this year’s brand bowl because they used the perfect amount of quirky comedy, cleverly positioned visual effects, or managed to get celebrities to say hilarious things.

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The top-scoring Super Bowl commercials from 2024 are listed below, in no particular order, along with a couple more that deserve an A for effort.

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Couch potatoes are grown on Pluto TV’s farm.

And everyone of these couch potatoes—people dressed like giant potatoes, anchored to their couches and the ground underneath them—has their own story.

In the NFL Sunday Ticket advertisement on YouTube TV, the Philadelphia Eagles, along with the Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens, truly take flight.

In the commercial, players adopt an avian stance, flap their wings, and make squawking sounds.

A birdwatcher states, “Every year they have to follow the migration path, signaling the end of the season.”

Sean Evans, the host of “Hot Ones,” makes a fleeting appearance while consuming some chicken wings.

Christopher Walken describes his BMW i5 electric sedan as “the real deal, 100%… electric.”

The actor is then forced to put up with impressions of him from everyone, including drive-thrus for coffee and restaurant servers, all day long. This is when a parking attendant decided to give the actor his best Walken impersonation.

When the waiter replies, “Yeah,” Usher also appears in the commercial, “Talkin Like Walken.”

Here, the co-stars of “Twins” get back together so Danny can fix Arnold’s pronunciation of “neighbaa” for the insurance company.

Due to difficulties with Schwarzenegger’s pronunciation of the word “neighbor,” the commercial’s creators enlist Jersey’s own DeVito to assist them.

“State Farm is there, like a good neighbor,” DeVito declares in the final ad.

At the start of the commercial, 76-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger calls DeVito a “backstabbah.”

He is corrected by DeVito, 79, who responds, “I am a backstabber.”

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