$85,000 per second of Super Bowl ad time

Why do I watch the Super Bowl when I have to look up what KO RET stands for? To see the commercials, of course. Companies paid $85,000 for each second of our eyeballs' attention.

I DID NOT LIKE the Snickers commercial and most of what came from Sierra Mist and Budweiser. They say this proves that I may not be a man, after all.

But I did enjoy the Toyota Tundra and Ford F-Series truck ads as well as General Motors' “Robot Suicide,” w/c I thought was blah till the very last seconds. Chevy HHR w/ the shirtless men polishing the car was okay.

GoDaddy had another big-boobs ad. They managed to sign up Danica Patrick and could have used her fame to graduate from sophomoric T&A ads. But, no... Bob Parsons has that greasy look that says he's a man fixated on mammaries.

Garmin's “Ultraman vs. the Roadmap Monster” and Emerald Nuts' “Robert Goulet Messes with Your Stuff” were weird, but made us chuckle. Coca-Cola Grand Theft Auto was cool, as are most of the Coke ads. E-Trade got its point across.

As for the much-covered ideas from amateurs, the only one I found even slightly funny was the Doritos Crash.

MY FAVORITES:

Martha Stewart, Janet Reno, Jimmy Fallon and David Beckham all together for Chad Johnson's Super Bowl party

Oprah Winfrey and David Letterman (Chicago v. Indianapolis) on the couch

THE BEST:



“Federline! I Need Those Fries!” for Nationwide Investments
starring K-Fed, the Kevin who ejaculated on Britney Spears and produced her children

The place to watch all the Super Bowl commercials, yesterday's and the classic ads, is ifilm.com/superbowl.