Friday's Edge List: Top 10 Super Bowl Commercials
Number 10- Budweiser Clydesdales Playing Football
This commercial aired in 2003 during Super Bowl 37, Having these clydesdales as football players and using a zebra as the referee made for an instant classic.
Number 9- Monster.com
This commercial aired in 1999 during Super Bowl 33. Having kids recite lines like "I want to claw my way up to middle management" and "I want to be paid less for doing the same job" made for a very well conceived spot.
Number 8- Mcdonalds, The Showdown
This one aired during Super Bowl 27 in 1993. A classic horse battle between the NBA's biggest stars at the time, Michael Jordan and Larry Bird. The prize? A Big Mac.
Number 7- E-Trade
This one is pretty clever, it aired in 2000 during Super Bowl 34. In this one a man is diagnosed with a serious medical issue, money coming out of his "wazoo".
Number 6- Pepsi
Pepsi has a new commercial nearly every year in time for the Super Bowl, this one aired in 1996 during super bowl 30. In this one, a Coca-Cola driver tries to take a Pepsi out of a cooler and a slew of cans fall to the floor, its all filmed to look like security camera footage.
Number 5- Tobasco
Airing in 1998 during Super Bowl 32, this one shows a guy eating his meal with Tobasco sauce when a mosquito lands on him and bites him. Then, after flying off the mosquito suddenly explodes.
Number 4- Coca-Cola
In 1980 during Super Bowl fourteen, this classic commercial aired. A kid gives Greene a coke, Greene chugs it and throws the kid his jersey. Props to Greene for chugging however many Cokes it take to shoot that scene.
Number 3- Budweiser Frogs
This one is probably the most recognized Super Bowl commercial, it first aired in 1995 during Super Bowl 29. Three croaking frogs say "bud - weis - errrr", people were quoting this spot for months.
Number 2- Apple
In 1984 during Super Bowl 18 the first ever Apple commercial aired. Directed by Ridley Scott it helped launch the first Mac computer.
Number 1- Reebok and Terry Tate
You'd think Nike would have the most memorable super bowl commercial, but nope, it's Reebok. In 2003 during super bowl 37, this commercial with Terry Tate as the office linebacker has audiences rolling.