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Super Bowl Commercials

With some traditional brands choosing to cut down on advertising, the television commercials during Sunday's Super Bowl will take on a different look. Budweiser and Coke won't be present, and those that chose to pay the estimated $5.5 million for 30 seconds are confronted with questions of tone considering the tumultuous political and health issues in the U.S. Here is a look at this year's ads as well as the best and worst in history.

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    'Walking the tightrope': Super Bowl advertisers try to strike right tone after tumultuous 2020

    'Walking the tightrope': Super Bowl advertisers try to strike right tone after tumultuous 2020

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    USA TODAY Sports - Tom Schad

    During the past 12 months, we've seen the arrival of a pandemic and a falsely contested election. A nationwide social justice movement and racial reckoning. The end of one presidential impeachment. The start of another. Widespread economic uncertainty. And the storming of the U.S. Capitol. Any one …

    M&M's Super Bowl Commercial Calls Out 'Karens'

    M&M's Super Bowl Commercial Calls Out 'Karens'

    The brand took a candy-coated swipe at topical humor for its big-game ad. “Karens” have been everywhere, lying to police about being threatened, throwing meat to protest mask-wearing and getting in the face of LeBron James. Now a “Karen” is featured in M&M’s Super Bowl commercial, which dropped …

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