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Why watch the commercials on Superbowl Sunday when they're all on a YouTube a week in advance? In this one, Matthew Broderick reprises his iconic role to skip work and drive his CR-V. Honestly, he should have gone with Cameron's Dad's 1961 Ferrari, but hey who am I to judge. --New Guy Nick

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The trend of "Let's see all the commercials before Sunday!" continues with this 36 second spot featuring Will Arnett quoting himself from his vast collection of unfairly cancelled TV shows.

For more of your football fix, head on over to the Big Game!

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Sometimes they let him in for a few snaps when they want to run the fake ball, but past that manikin Tebow is doomed to an eternity of sitting.

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Sunday marks the XLVIIth occurrence of a certain football game that stringent copyright laws keep us from referring to by name. With XLVII years of the game, come XLVII years of exorbitantly produced commercials that have come from terrible shaving cream ads to Kate Upton washing cars. Oh how the times have changed.

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What's the deal with all of these sports broadcasts containing numerous references to a single movie/TV show? With the recent popularity of WHAS Louisville sports anchor Adam Lefkoe's Seinfeldcast and RapCast, Youtubers have been finding television programs with similar strings of pop culture references embedded in their telecasts. Case and point: NFL Kickoff on ESPN has a ton of references to The Princess Bride (1987).

Now if somebody could just drudge up a reel of Jurassic Park quotes, that'd be super.

Don't worry though, I'm sure the internet will find a way...