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The 10 Best Super Bowl 2013 Commercials: Watch Them All Here! (VIDEOS)

The Ravens may have won the Super Bowl, but the real winners are the companies who spend months and months creating ads to keep us glued to the tube between plays. Here’s a rundown of the 10 best commercials from Super Bowl XLVII, according to us! Did your fave make the list?

Best Buy
Amy Poehler cracked us up with a million questions that actually remind us of our toddlers, but the best part of the commercial? Um, Amy Poehler!

Axe No. 15
It’s got it all: a hot lifeguard for mom, a hot victim for dad, and an astronaut for all, because, like they say, “Nothing beats an astronaut.”

Mercedes
We get it. If you make a deal with the devil — in this case, Willem Dafoe — you’ll get everything you’ve ever wanted. Or you could just buy a Mercedes.

Budweiser
This ad chronicles a man and the unbreakable bond he shares with the Clydesdale he raised. Honestly, they had us as soon as we saw the little baby colt.

Volkswagen
Office workers with a bad case of the Mondays learn that mimicking Jamaicans can brighten up anyone’s days — as long as you drive a VW.

Samsung
As far as we’re considered, anything that has Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd is worth watching a million times, so run, funny ad, run!

Doritos
The moral of this adorable daddy dress-up ad? Dude, never eat Doritos when you’re wearing your friend’s wife’s wedding dress at a little girl’s tea party.

Taco Bell
We KNEW it! Old people sneak out of nursing homes and party their butts off when no one is looking! At least in this commercial they do.

Cars.com
Nothing is more boring than a focus group commercial, but a focus group with a love triangle and a fight between the two men in love — now that’s funny!

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02.5.2013 / 04:06 AM EDT by Jo Aaron
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