Samsung Shows Off Extended Version Of Its Next Big Thing Super Bowl Commercial

 

We know that most of you Android fanatics out there were no doubt tickled seeing Sammy’s Super Bowl teaser last week— but viewers of the Big Game were treated to an even better version of the ad. In this extended version of the advertisement, Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen each take some time to go back and forth about who should be featured in the ad and why they should be featured, while highlighting a typical Samsung device’s noteworthy feature (i.e. being able to take a photo and scribble on the photo with the Galaxy Note II). Of course when given the opportunity, they are each given the chance to pitch their reasoning to a top Samsung exec on what should be featured in the ad— only to realize that the advertisement should feature the world’s greatest basketball player featured as opposed to something with Rogen and Rudd in the ad.

Of course only reading about the funny ad is only half the story— hit the flip to get a good chuckle from the 2:00 min ad.

 

 

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  • passinthru

    Your definition of “better” needs refining. Samsung’s ad was a dud, boring and uninformative. I say this as a Samsung product owner and believer. It sucked. If it weren’t for the Godaddy ad, Samsung’s would have been the worst of the Super Bowl lot.

  • doseas

    The teaser was funny. The actual SB ad was not.