February 06, 2005

Super Bowl wrap-up

Want to see the Super Bowl ads again? Trying to determine which one you thought was best/worst? Here you go.

Personally, I didn't think any of them were particularly memorable. As to the game, other than Terrell Owens catching nine passes and thus shutting up all those folks who thought he wouldn't play, I didn't think much of it either. It seemed to me that the Eagles completely mismanaged the clock at the end of the game. You're down 10 points and you're huddling? You're letting the play clock wind down to a few ticks before you take the snap? I don't know what they were thinking, and in all the post-game gibberish on ESPN the only guy I heard mention this was Tom Jackson, and that briefly. To me, that killed their chances as much as McNabb's interception at the end.

Posted by Linkmeister at February 6, 2005 07:34 PM

Didn't see the Bowl... glad you had this link, though! I'd say the Ameriquest ads are memorable... Cat Killer especially. LOL

Biggest Loser Ads = FedEx/Burt Reynolds & McDonalds/The Lincoln Fry

But then, that's as far as I got... I reserve the right to change my mind later. ;-)

Posted by: CNL at February 7, 2005 05:02 AM

Yeah yeah yeah...but what about your dip?

Posted by: Karan at February 7, 2005 01:32 PM

It makes about a pound, and I took 4/5 of it to the party (that's what fit in the Tupperware, not just me being selfish). I came back with 1/5, so it went over very well, especially considering there were only five or six people at the event. ;)

Posted by: Linkmeister at February 7, 2005 01:47 PM

cat killer made me choke I was laughing so hard! And the chimp xeroxing his butt was hilarious. Beyond that, eh.

Posted by: Skatemom at February 8, 2005 08:12 AM

the super bowl party I attended was like a wake.
We all sat with our hands folded on our laps-it was held at an inlaws' house.
I wanted to make comments left and right about the game and commercials, but I didn't.
I behaved myself, much to my dissatisfaction.. ;^{

Posted by: Toxiclabrat at February 9, 2005 09:12 AM