The five funniest Super Bowl commercials (video)

(Courtesy GoDaddy)

In its ’80s flashback commercial, RadioShack had the guts to make fun of itself — and in the process, it dropped a nostalgia bomb on Gen Xers.

Celebrities from 80s invade a RadioShack to take out the old to make room for the new RadioShack. (Courtesy of RadioShack)

Bud Light’s wild night with a guy named Ian is like a mini-“Hangover.” And it’s a great performance from Arnold Schwarzenegger, who plays “tiny tennis” (Extended version here).

Bud Light's epic night begins in the company's first of two Super Bowl ads. (Courtesy of Anheuser-Busch)

A time traveling machine that runs on Doritos becomes a case of mistaken identity in this winning fan-created spot.

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

Finally, a rancher-driving-a-pickup-truck commercial that doesn’t take itself so seriously. Chevy pokes fun at itself by adding a twist to its longstanding “A man and his truck” formula.

GoDaddy’s turn away from its old sleazy marketing strategy was a good one — this year’s Danica Patrick commercial made people laugh, not cringe.

Danica Patrick stars in this GoDaddy ad about a tanning salon owner who pumped up her business after turning to GoDaddy to get found. (Courtesy of GoDaddy)

Tell us which other commercials made you laugh, below. And watch more of the Super Bowl ads on Post TV.

Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts for the Weekend section and Going Out Guide.



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