Super Bowl XLIX Ads Roundup: Budweiser, Snickers, BMW, and All the 2015 Commercials

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From Budweiser's "Lost Dog" clip to BMW's epic throwback footage of Katie Couric, Us Weekly rounds up all of the Super Bowl XLIX ads here. 

Step aside, Deflategate, Tom Brady, and Marshawn Lynch! When the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, Feb. 1, these are the commercials that people on Facebook and Twitter will be buzzing about.

Below, Us Weekly rounds up the best of the bunch, including Snickers' take on The Brady Bunch, Budweiser's emotional "Lost Dog" ad, and BMW's neat commercial including throwback footage of Katie Couric.

1. Budweiser

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Anheuser-Busch's Budweiser "Lost Dog" ad tugs at the heartstrings as it tells the tale of a wayward puppy yearning to go home to his owner and Clydesdale pals. Along the way, the little pup runs into some trouble.

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2. Bud Light

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So rad! Bud Light's 2015 Super Bowl spot features a hidden camera set-up involving a bar patron named Riley. After a bartender hands him a Bud Light (on condition that he be "up for whatever happens next,") Riley somehow finds himself in a hidden warehouse party where a life-size Pac-Man maze awaits him.

3. Snickers' Brady Bunch Take

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Marcia, Marcia, Marcia! Danny Trejo stars as a significantly-scarier Marcia Brady in Snickers' funny Super Bowl ad. The commercial is part of the chocolate vendor's "Your Not You When your Hungry" campaign, and attempts to illustrate how even America's most picture-perfect family can behave when they're craving a Snickers. Boardwalk Empire star Steve Buscemi also joins the fun as Jan Brady.

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4. T-Mobile, Kim Kardashian Selfie Spot

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#Obsessed! Kim Kardashian mocks her never-ending fascination with selfies in T-Mobile's 2015 commercial. "Tragic," Kardashian says in the PSA-style ad, as sad music plays in the background. "Data you paid for that could be used to see my makeup, my backhand, my outfits, my vacations, and my outfits. Sadly all lost."

5. Kia "The Perfect Getaway" With Pierce Brosnan

The ultimate "action-adventure" star receives an alluring pitch for a script, only to discover that the plot line is not as crazy as he expects. "What's the mission? Top secret, eh?" he asks as each scene is presented to him. Brosnan drives a car up the road of a snow-covered mountain, thinking he'll have to deal with explosions, high-speed car chases, villains, and more. Instead, he simply gets to a cabin thanks to his handy dandy 2016 Kia Sorento.

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6. Wix.com's "It's That Easy"

Lloyd! Wix.com enlisted NFL legends Brett Favre, Terrell Owens, Emmitt Smith, Franco Harris and Larry Allen along with Entourage star Rex Lee for its 2015 Super Bowl ad.

7. Mountain Dew's "Come Alive"

So that's how the Dew is done! Mountain Dew is a Super Bowl sponsor (via parent company PepsiCo), the brand will air its brand new Kickstart ads during the pregame and post-game shows come Sunday. The epic commercial shows how a party can get pretty wild when a can of Kickstart is opened.

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8. The Today Show

Gang's all here! The Today show crew Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Natalie Morales, Al Roker, Willie Geist, Carson Daly, Tamron Hall, and others do a ceremonial morning walk around Rockefeller Center in the to the tune of Coldplay's "Sky Full of Stars."

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9. BMW "Newfangled Idea"

The luxury car company dug into the archives and found an old clip of former Today show co-anchors Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel from 1994. "Allison, can you explain what the Internet is?" Couric asks in the throwback footage.

BMW then cleverly flashes forward to the present day with Gumbel in the driver's seat and Couric beside him in the brand new wind-powered BMW i3 model. "Allison, can you explain what the i3 is?" Couric asks.

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10. Nationwide

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Mindy Kaling goes nude in Nationwide's 2015 Super Bowl commercial, after thinking that she's invisible. "After years of being treated like she was invisible, it occurred to Mindy she might actually be invisible," a voice resonates in the ad. The Office star does naked yoga and randomly steals food off people's plates — that is, until she realizes that she's actually… visible.

11. Victoria's Secret Goes Global

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Heavenly angels! The lingerie giant's supermodels Behati Prinsloo, Karlie Kloss, Lily Aldridge, and more take over every "corner of the world" (from Stockholm to Singapore) in their lingerie and angel wings.

12. Carl's Jr.

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That's how you nab 'em! In true Carl's Jr. fashion, the fast food company enlists buxom Guess model Charlotte McKinney, posed to become the next Kate Upton, seductively prancing around a market "naked" as she bites into a burger.

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13. McDonald's Pay With Lovin'

That's a whole lotta love. The fast food giant promotes its brilliant campaign "Pay With Lovin'" in its 2015 Super Bowl spot. From Feb. 2 to 14, customers who order during a certain time span will be allowed to "Pay with Lovin" and eat for free. Their form of "loving" payment includes calling mom, giving high-fives, dancing, and more.

14. Toyota "How Great I Am" Starring Amy Purdy

Paralympian and former Dancing With the Stars contestant Amy Purdy running down a street, snowboarding, dancing, posing as a model, and living life to the fullest in a Camry commercial.

15. No More Domestic Violence Call

Domestic violence organization No More uses a real life situation in its first-ever Super Bowl spot to call attention to the reality of abuse within households. The commercial features the voice of a woman dialing 911 and telling a dispatcher on the other end that she'd like to "order a pizza." The conversation is based on an actual 911 call, which was covered by media outlets around the world.

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16. GoDaddy Goes Home

The Internet domain company caused a stir with its annual Super Bowl spot, which appeared to parody Budweiser's "Lost Dog" ads. Amid backlash from viewers, the company was forced to pull its planned "Journey Home" ad after more than 42,000 people signed a petition against the commercial for making light of puppy mills.

"What should have been a fun and funny ad clearly missed the mark and we will not air it," GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving tweeted.

17. eSurance With Lindsay Lohan

The Disney star teased her 2015 Super Bowl spot on Thursday via Twitter. "Maybe you've heard about me being in an #ad for @esurance. Well, it’s #sorta true…" she wrote, alongside a behind-the-scenes clip.

18. Mophie "All Powerless"

We've all been there. Mophie displays in its 2015 Super Bowl spot what happens when a phone dies. "God knows what can happens," the mobile battery case maker claims after disastrous worst-case scenarios.

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