Watch above: The Morning Show hosts give their take on three of the most anticipated Super Bowl 2014 TV commercials.
TORONTO – What do Arnold Schwarzenegger, the cast of 1980s sitcom Full House and Seattle Seahawks player Derrick Coleman have in common?
They’ll all be featured on Feb. 2 in various Super Bowl ads—the commercials (some) people actually enjoy watching.
Greek yogurt maker Dannon Oikos has wrangled an almost-Full House with John Stamos, Dave Coulier and Bob Saget.
It’s a funny look at what characters Uncle Jesse, Uncle Joey, and Danny Tanner would be thinking now, if the three grown men still lived together.
Watch the ad below:
Then there’s Arnold slowly zipping up his ping pong sweat suit before gesticulating above the table in a commercial for Bud Light (the drink of ping pong champions?)
Feast your eyes on the 17-second spot below:
Finally, the ad that’s garnered a lot of positive reaction so far, is a Duracell ad featuring deaf Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman.
The ad tells the story of Coleman’s exclusion from being drafted up to the fame he now enjoys, with the battery-maker’s slogan: “Trust the power within.”
“They didn’t call my name. They told me it was over,” says the voiceover in the ad. “But I’ve been deaf since I was three, so I didn’t listen.”
Watch the full inspirational commercial below:
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