The folks at Hulu got together and came up with 'Super Bowl ads that changed the game,' featuring memorable commercials from the 80s, 90s and 2000s.
Included in this list: Cindy Crawford drinking a Pepsi and the Michael Jordan vs. Larry Bird showdown of '93.
We asked our Facebook fans to vote on their all-time favorite Super Bowl commercials, and as it turns out, everyone has a favorite.
Coming in third place was Coca Cola's Mean Joe Greene from 1979. Commonly considered one of the best ever, the commercial features a young fan offering Pittsburgh Steelers' Joe Green a Coke as he limps off the field. 'Grumpy Greene' chugs the coke and says the infamous line, "Hey Kid, catch," while tossing kid his jersey.
Turns out Mean Joe is actually a big softie.
The runner-up was Budweiser's Frog commercial from 1995. There are three frogs each saying "Bud" "Weis" and "Er". Eventually, they get a nice beat going and croak "Budweiser" in unison. The camera pulls out to reveal a swamp with the Budweiser sign. And it's awesome.
The top spot belongs to Budweiser's Clydesdale tribute to 9/11 from Feb. 2002. It's perhaps one of the most moving commercials to ever air, which viewers saw just months after the terrorist attacks. The one minute commercial ends with the Clydesdale horses bowing to the New York skyline in honor of the victims of September 11th.
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