Super Bowl Ads Promise to Be the Best Ever

Viewers prepare for the outrageous commercials that have become an iconic part of the big game.
3:00 | 02/01/14

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Now back to our super bowl coverage and whether the game is a nail-biter or a blow-out you can always count on those incredible commercials and this year's crop is some of the best we've seen. ABC's nick watt is just out of the screening room. He joins us. Came all the way from los Angeles. Reporter: Good morning, Listen if like me you don't really understand what's going on on the field all that pushing and shoving then your super bowl is about to come early because some say the commercials are even more important than the game. I hope I don't get in trouble for saying that and they've been leaking out all week and here are the best of them. If I give this to you are you up for whatever happens tonight? Reporter: I'm no expert but this might be my favorite. I think I could do that. Reporter: Surprised with one crazy night. How are you? Great. ♪ Highlight, I think, of my life. Hey, don, how are you? The llama was amazing. Prepare to be crushed in table tennis. There's don Cheadle and there's Arnold schwarzenegger and one republic and me and we're all on stage living the dream. This is the best thing in the word. Reporter: Most disgusting? One of the five finalists in the doritos make your own commercial contest like a weird dorito finger cleaning machine. You ask too many question, Billy. You know I already have 27 million views on our ads? I've already had a super bowl before the super bowl. Reporter: Most heartwarming. This lieutenant came home surprising not just his girlfriend but the whole town came out to give him a hero's welcome. Second surprise, bud shot it all and 100 million super bowl viewers will now see it. ♪ Reporter: Most intricate. A bunch of geniuses gave up months of their lives to create the doberman chihuahua cross, the doberhuahua for this one. In Hollywood movies all the villains are played by Brits have you noticed? Reporter: Not everyone has released the whole thing. There are some teasers. Go daddy tells us someone is going to quit her job in their ad Sunday night. She's got a message for her boss. Reporter: And her boss has no idea. Well, hey, what you got there? Reporter: What's going to happen to yellow? Sleeping time. Reporter: I can work out why ahead of time but someone released an ad by mistake, it created such a buzz that now they all do it and, Dan, I'm watching the game with you, I'm relying on to explain what's going on. Oh, no. That's your guy? Really? Final answer? That's my guy. You need a life line. I got tell you the dorito commercial, how is that selling any doritos for them? That is gross. It's questionable that's airable on TV but we just did it. I know. I'm waiting to see nick watt in a commercial. Perfect star. Don't look at me that way. Enough, bianna. Thanks. Thank you, nick. See you tomorrow night.

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