The Prius was supposed to be the focus of this Toyota's Super Bowl ad, but some social media users found the ad's cavalier approach to a police chase a bit tone-deaf in the context of current events. Four white guys (fun fact: All played by actors from "The Wire," a show that understands race) rob a bank and lead the police on a wild chase — with shades of O.J. Simpson — except everyone is more enthralled with the fact that they're in a Prius than the multiple crimes they've committed.
When this gold chain-wearing guy introduces himself as a horse whisperer ("Fancy prance, yo!") we raised an eyebrow. There's a borderline offensive joke going on here about a white guy who is heavily influenced by hip-hop (or at least thinks he is). Or maybe it's just dumb — we can't decide.
The mascot for this medication, prescribed to treat diarrhea and irritable bowel syndrome, is a little pink bundle of intestines. Don't think about what his mouth is.
What, you thought you'd make it through Super Bowl 50 without seeing a toenail fungus commercial? For what it's worth this year's spot featured three celebrated retired NFL players: Deion Sanders, Howie Long and Phil Simms.