The 5 Worst Ads From Super Bowl XLI
Once again the Super Bowl has come and gone, and once again, everyone seems to be talking more about the ads than the game itself. But for all the hype that surrounds the 30-second spots, and for all of the money the companies paid to have them air (a whopping $2.6 million this year) some commercials didn't even seem to be trying. Whether they simply neglected to mention what the product they were selling did, looked like they were produced for cable access television, or featured some of the most hilariously bad acting we've seen since 7th grade sex education, all five of these ads made us wonder exactly what the companies were trying to accomplish. CRACKED presents the five worst ads that $2.6 million could buy this year.