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February 04, 2008

AC Super Bowl '08 Wrap Now Available

The Super Bowl '08 Wrap

John and Tug get up too early and draw far too many hasty conclusions about what worked and what didn't. Listen and tell us where we got it right and wrong.

Happy Super Monday.


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You guys sound like I feel.

I'm glad I'm not the only one that thought the sales genie spots were blatantly non-PC. Perhaps some would say these spots are technically not racist but they were undeniably done in extremely poor taste. Can't wait to see if they have any backlash. You always have to wonder how much the client mucks these things up. Or I guess in this case, if it was in house, they had free reign to muck to their heart's content wihtout any outside opinions.

I may have missed it, but I didn't hear any comments on GoDaddy.com. I'm not even sure why they blow tons of cash on production and placement of a super bowl spot. Their spots always seem more ego driven to me. How direct are they really hitting their target with the types of folks that are going to buy domain names and hosting compared the audience watching the game?

Hey dudes,

Didn't the Tide "stain" ad come out a long time ago? I didn't think that was a brand new spot... right? That's what you meant in the Podcast?


I loved the Tide spot and, as a Godfather fan, the Audi spot. I only wish the Audi spot not only connected with new luxury but made some reference to the horsepower of the new vehicle.

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