Deflategate is great and Marshawn is a beast, but tonight the commercials with the biggest stars, cutest animals, and best jokes might be more important than who actually wins Super Bowl XLIX. (Budweiser’s lost puppy commercial vs. Patriots/Seahawks? Our money is on the puppy.)

From Mercedes-Benz’s tortoise and hare tale to Kim Kardashian’s selfie-inspired T-Mobile bit, we’re collecting the Super Bowl ads of 2015. We’ll continue to update as more hit the internet.


Sarah Silverman and Chelsea Handler become increasingly competitive to prove they have the best phone connection in this T-Mobile commercial.


Pierce Brosnan can’t believe he’s not being sent on a secret mission in this Kia Sorento spot.


Pete Rose thinks Sketchers are the perfect shoes to wear when walking down his home’s memorabilia hall.


Ickey Woods explains how to make his famous “Ickster” cold cut sandwich.


After a Fiat car accidentally gulps down a male-enhancement pill dropped by an older Italian gentleman, it transforms into the bigger, better Fiat 500X Crossover.

Clash of Clans

Liam Neeson will show BigBuffetBoy85 absolutely no mercy in this “Clash of Clans” bit based on the infamous Taken franchises’ “I have a very particular set of skills” speeches.


A man revels in paying no heed to plane etiquette until a beautiful woman walks down the aisle. He pulls out his Doritos alluringly, but realizes too late she’s flying with her baby.


Bryan Cranston is “sorta Greg” in this esurance ad about a woman who tries to pick up her prescription from a pharmacist but instead encounters the infamous Heisenberg.


In the first draft in the history of the world, the Avocado is selected by Mexico for it’s delicious flavor and all-around godliness.


Cyberbullying can often go too far – but Coca-Cola is there to turn that frown upside-down. In this Super Bowl spot, a Coca-Cola virus spreads across the internet with the power to turn negative posts into positive ones and make people smile.


No, your television wasn’t malfunctioning – it was just this Chevrolet ad reminding you of the new Chevy Colorado comes with built in wifi, so you don’t ever have to worry about missing out on the big game.

SNL Promo

The greatest SNL players of all time are making their big return in the upcoming SNL 40 reunion.


Mindy Kaling takes full advantage of her apparent invisibility in this 30-second spot as she sunbathes in the nude and wanders through a grocery store aisle with a giant spoonful of ice cream. But is she really invisible?


This #BestBuds commercial featuring an adorable lost puppy, his owner, and a band of Clydesdales who rescue the pup from a wolf attack is too cute. It also calls for two tissues.


This sentimental spot from Dove features a bunch of cute kids, their adoring fathers, and the tagline, “Care makes a man stronger.”

Bud Light

A guy says he’s “up for whatever,” as long as he gets a Bud Light. But is he up for the massive blow-out party he just stepped into? The premise for the ad is similar to last year’s “Up for Whatever” ad, which featured Friday Night Lights star Minka Kelly.


Danny Trejo stars as Marcia Brady in this “very special episode” of the Brady Brunch. It’s perfect. Can he star in a remake?


McDonald’s announces in its teaser that in February, the company will be randomly accepting a new form of payment—and these patrons can’t believe it.


Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric don’t really get the internet in this throwback clip from 1994. 21 years later, they’re just as confused by their BMW.


The tortoise has a trick up his sleeve in this twist on the classic “tortoise and the hare” tale, featuring the 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT.

No More

This is the first-ever Super Bowl ad to address domestic violence and sexual assault. The ad plays over a 911 call disguised by the caller as a call for a pizza; the woman is actually reaching out for help. Simple but thought-provoking.


Kim Kardashian parodies herself in this T-Mobile bit as she takes various selfies, an important facet of her celebrity persona. She prompts viewers to help her “save the data.”