|Super Bowl 2013: Best Ads of the Big Game|
|By JOSEPHINE HITCHINGS and BRIAN CANOVA||Feb 3, 2013, 3:15 PM|
Super Bowl is perhaps the one day of the year when our TVs are filled with Clydesdales, comedians and cute kids. This surreal world, where high-priced commercials rule the night, is also inhabited by youthful senior citizens and babies of the well-spoken variety. Heck, even animals get to have their say once kickoff has begun. Check out some of this year's ads that are sure to be the talk of Monday morning.
Old people party to the tune of a Spanish-language version of Fun.'s song "We Are Young."
Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd pitch their ideas for Samsung Mobile USA's Big Game ad.
Commercial features an office worker from Minnesota speaking with a Jamaican accent.
Anheuser-Busch's commercial features a yet-to-be named Clydesdale foal.
For 80 years now, Clydesdale horses have been much more than just the Anheuser-Busch mascot. They have been part of the family. The company's multimillion-dollar iconic horse operation breeds, feeds and trains the mammoth horses from the time they are born to the time they have pulled their last wagon. Read more HERE.
Car commercial features the voice of Paul Harvey reading "So God Made a Farmer."
Supermodel Bar Refaeli locks lips with actor Jesse Heiman in ad for web-hosting company.
You don't know Jesse Heiman by name, but you have seen his face hundreds of times -- because the 34-year-old Texan is one of Hollywood's favorite background extras. Read more HERE
Football-playing dad takes time out to play dress-up with his daughter.
Everyone keeps the noise down after an argument breaks-out in the library.
Car ad has a dad explaining where babies come from to his young son.
Model Matthew Terry reveals new "Concept" underwear line for men.
South Korean pop star PSY pitches nuts for California's Paramount Farms.
"The Big Pitch" commercial also features Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen and Bob Odenkirk.
Axe is promoting its Apollo line by recruiting civilians to take a trip in space.
Mayhem's attempt to alter history starts in the Garden of Eden.
Commercial for the 2013 Mercedes-Benz CLA boasts an all-star cast.
The actress-comedian hits a store employee with a laundry list of tech questions.