Conall Fisher – Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- Every year, millions of Americans tune into watch the biggest football event of the year: The Super Bowl.

One of the staples of the Super Bowl is the ads.

Companies spend millions of dollars to produce the most outrageous ads just to have them run for thirty seconds.

Five of these historical ads separate themselves the rest.

5. Mountain Dews “Puppy Monkey Baby”

On Feb. 7, 2016, Mountain Dew released one of their most memorable ads. Contrary to what Mountain Dew claims, some things were never meant to be; the “Puppy Monkey Baby” is one of those things.

4. Apple Macintosh 1984

While not particularly entertaining, Apple’s announcement of the upcoming Macintosh was revolutionary. Even those who did not read George Orwell’s 1984 could eagerly point out that the ad was in reference to the book.

3. Esurance Breaking Bad

Brian Cranston reprised his iconic role as Walter White from “Breaking Bad” in this ad for Esurance. The notorious drug dealer poses as pharmacist, dealing prescription drugs free cost thanks to Esurance. A true paragon of society.

2. The E-trade Baby

The financial world is a complicated thing. From futures to options, it can be hard to navigate. The E-trade baby is someone who many would trust to give financial advice. The charming and cute demeanor of the baby is a perfect strategy to lure those interested in dipping their toes into the realm of the stock market to choose E-trade as their platform.

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1. Wonderful Pistachios Gangnam Style

Topping the list, this ad blends pop culture with nuts: a truly marvelous combination. The backdrop of great music to dancing pistachios makes this ad legendary. Not only is this ad entertaining, but it is also inspiring. It achieves a perfect blend of all things, just like Wonderful Pistachios nuts.