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Doritos’ time-traveling Super Bowl ad

A time machine that runs on Doritos is too good to be true in the company's Super Bowl ad. (Doritos)

10:07 p.m.: This post has been updated with more information about the commercial’s creators.

The Product: Doritos

The Premise: A little boy builds a time-travel machine that runs on Doritos, and invites his neighbor to give it a whirl.

The Punchline: Except he takes the Doritos and runs, leaving his elderly neighbor to chase the time-travel scam victim off his lawn. A case of mistaken identity ensues.

The Verdict: Doritos “Crash the Superbowl” winners are consistently among the Super Bowl’s best, and this year is no exception. And it’s by a local! Ellicott City resident native (now living in Arizona) Raj Suri wrote this spot, which was directed by Ryan Thomas Anderson, reports Baltimore’s WJZ and The Sun.

See more Super Bowl commercials on Post TV.

 

Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts.
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