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Watch Super Bowl 2020's Funniest Commercials: Rick And Morty, Jason Momoa, Lil Nas X, And More

At least we're being entertained.


The Super Bowl is over, and while many people will be talking about Missouri's Kansas City Chiefs beating California's San Francisco 49ers, the talk around the water cooler for the rest of the week will also be the commercials. This year, we saw ads that cost companies millions of dollars for 30-second spots and tons of awesome movie and TV show commercials.

Many times, these ads have a comedic slant--sometimes they fail miserably, and sometimes they're actually funny. Over the course of Super Bowl LIV, there were a ton of ads, but only a few of them were actually funny and memorable. So we collected the best ones from the NFL game for you to watch below.

If you want more from the big game, check out all the movie trailers revealed during the evening (those included new spots for Black Widow, No Time to Die, and more, plus Disney Plus's Marvel shows in the non-movie space) as well as all the Super Bowl commercials.


When your hands are covered in Cheetos dust, you may not want to touch anyone or anything. MC Hammer pops up to sing the chorus from his hit song "U Can't Touch This."

Avocados From Mexico

Every year, Avocados From Mexico puts out some hilarious commercials for the Super Bowl. This year, it spoofs the Home Shopping Network with accessories for your avocado.

Rocket Mortgage

Apparently, Jason Momoa isn't the man we all thought he was. Just watch the commercial for yourself, as it's easily one of the best of the evening.


Ricky & Morty make an appearance in this year's Pringles commercial, poking fun at the other Pringles commercials from the past year. Also, there are Pringles robots now.


Lil Nas X and Sam Elliot got into a dance-off during this Doritos commercial. Is there anything funnier than a horse with a sound system strapped to it? That's rhetorical because the answer is obviously "no."

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