By Aly Semigran
February 01, 2012 at 05:49 PM EST

You had better be incredibly invested in the outcome of the rematch between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots (or that Madonna and LMFAO halftime show) come Sunday, because at this point you’ve probably seen most of the pre-released Super Bowl commercials. Of course, if you’re just as interested in seeing Eli Manning face off against Tom Brady as you are watching Matthew Broderick face his Ferris Bueller past, you should probably steer clear of Sacha Baron Cohen’s General Aladeen.

In a Super Bowl-themed ad for The Dictator, Cohen’s Aladeen informs that not only has he purchased NBC (maybe he’ll do something about Whitney?), but he knows “the final score.” Thankfully the dictator spares us the news of who emerged victorious and instead shows previously seen trailer footage — including Megan Fox’s appearance and his own unsportsmanlike conduct during a track meet — from the upcoming comedy. Watch:

The Dictator opens in theaters on May 11. (Go Giants.)

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