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We had calls for diversity, laughs, and the return of Spuds.
After a rough start, Super Bowl 51 offered America some decent commercials. These were the best, likely to generate tears, laughs, and other assorted feels.
Cam Newton suddenly shows up to lead a Pee Wee league team to unfair glory.
Bad romance for everyone.
3) Bai Antioxidant Infusions
Christopher Walken hilariously quotes N-Sync’s “Bye Bye Bye,” to Justin Timberlake.
More beautiful inclusiveness.
5) 84 Lumber
Likely to put heavyweight salt in Trump supporters’ eyes, with a passionate, pro-immigration message.
Part of their #DriveProgress mission, promoting economic gender equality.
7) Kia Motors
A sly and clever spot, with Melissa McCarthy using her physical comedy to save a world that doesn’t want to be saved.
8) Bud Light
The world’s most famous bull terrier comes back, as Spuds of Bud Lights Past.
It was a thoroughly watchable, occassionally political lot. But we’re mostly thrilled to finally have a due date for Stranger Things season 2.
Kahron Spearman is a music and film critic whose work can also regularly be regularly found in the Austin Chronicle.