Something we have been talking about for some time now. Doritos asked inspiring film makers to create an ad as part of the crash the super bowl contest. The winner, pocketing $1 million. They picked... See More
Something we have been talking about for some time now. Doritos asked inspiring film makers to create an ad as part of the crash the super bowl contest. The winner, pocketing $1 million. They picked the top five. Two aired during the game. We're aired by those two finalists, amber and Ryan. Congratulations, first of all, to you both. Two great ads. Thank you so much. Amber, we have talked to you before a bt the ad. When you finally saw it run, cowboy kid, what was it like? I -- I actually didn't believe it. I didn't think that we were going to air. And it was at the very, very end of the game. So, we waited the whole game to see if our ad would run. And I was shocked. We, again, you told us about the making of it. It's terrific. The simplicity of it all. Speaking of simple, Ryan, you make a time machine for a cool 300 bucks. Very cool. Not a bad investment in the potential return. What was it like for you to be picked and see it run? I think my brain broke. So, it was very emotional. I can't wait to see myself looking like an idiot and cry on television. What was the inspiration? Time machine. It was inspired for my son. When we watch a movie, he asks me to make something related to it. He asked me to make him a time machine. I was thinking of a refrigerator box building of it, a lightbulb went off. You're both going to be working on the set of the new "Avengers" film. Congratulations. But only one winner. The drum roll please. The winner of $1 million is, time machine. Oh! Congratulations. Congratulations. Again, both, phenomenal commercials. Both deserves. Seriously. Ryan, your thoughts as we go to break? What's that? Congratulations? I'll let you know when my brain connects. It did break. It broke again.
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