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2012 Super Bowl Commercials

Audi, Vampire party

Best Buy, Phone Innovators

Budweiser, Eternal Optimism

Budweiser, Return of the King

Career Builder, Business Trip

Cars.com, Confident You

Chevrolet, Happy Grad

Chevrolet, Chevy Silverado

Chevrolet, Sonic Stunt Anthem

Chrysler, It's Halftime in America

Coke, Catch

E*Trade, E*Trade baby - Best Man

E*Trade, E*Trade baby - Fatherhood

H&M, David Beckham Bodywear

Honda, Matthew's Day Off

Hyundai, All For One

Hyundai, Cheetah

Kia, Drive the Dream

M&M's, Just My Shell

Pepsi, King's Court

Priceline, Negotiator’s last deal

Samsung, The Next Big Thing

Skechers, Mr. Quigly wears shoes in dog race (Teaser)

Skechers, Go Run, Mr. Quigly

TaxACT, Free to Pee

Volkswagen, The Bark Side (Teaser)

Volkswagen, The Bark Side

Volkswagen, 2012 Beetle

Volkswagen, The Dog Strikes Back

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