Now we know what it was all about: an ad for Jerry Seinfeld's show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" on Crackle.
In the ad, George gripes that he wasn't invited to a Super Bowl party. After some prodding, Jerry tells him it's because he "over-cheered." After some more prodding, Jerry admits the real reason: it seems George "availed himself" in the bathroom of the host's master bedroom.
NEW YORK CITY GETS A TUNE-UP
Halftime sponsor Pepsi got one of the sweetest ad spots of the night, with a 30-second lead-in to the show starring Bruno Mars.
The spot showed various New York City monuments at night being lit up and played like instruments — the Manhattan bridge is strummed like a guitar, Columbus Circle is spun like a record and the Guggenheim and famous Pepsi-Cola sign in Long Island City get played like drums.
MetLife stadium, where the game is being played, is turned like a dial, making the lights climb across the city's skyscrapers.
TIM TEBOW MAKES IT TO THE SUPER BOWL AFTER ALL
Tim Tebow may not be on the field, but he's still in the NFL spotlight.
T-Mobile wants to win over customers and who better than the former Broncos quarterback to show how great life can be without a contract?
The Broncos may have gone with Peyton Manning for its quarterback, but expect to see more Tebow tonight too; T-Mobile has more ads on the way.
RADIO SHACK HAS FUN WITH ITS '80s IMAGE
At least Radio Shack understands its problem — and can laugh about it.
The company poked fun at its outdated image by having pop culture characters from the past ransacking its store for an "'80s Giveaway."