Funny Watch Some of the Most Memorable & Forgettable Super Bowl 50 Ads
Which Super Bowl 50 ad stuck with you?
Brian Kilmeade went over some of the top ads from last night with Lee Carter, a language strategist and researcher for Maslansky & Partners.
Carter assessed viewers' real-time reactions to some of the top ads.
A funny conversation between comedian T.J. Miller and the Shock Top "orange guy" tap scored an A, especially among men.
Snickers had one of the most anticipated airings, with Willem Dafoe standing in for Marilyn Monroe in the iconic white dress.
Carter said this one scored a B-minus, but she applauded the spot overall because people are going to remember that this was a Snickers ad.
Intuit Quickbooks got a D grade for a spot which featured a small business called Death Wish Coffee.
The coffee maker won an online contest sponsored by Intuit to feature a small business in a 30-second Super Bowl ad.
"Nobody got it," said Carter, calling it a great promotion that didn't have a "clear tie-in."
Here are some more of the most memorable ads...
Star comedians Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen teamed up for a highly-anticipated Bud Light ad that featured a cameo by Paul Rudd.
T-Mobile got Steve Harvey to poke some more fun at himself for his infamous Miss Universe gaffe.
#PuppyMonkeyBaby, brought to us by Mountain Dew, was probably the social media winner, and it's already been watched on YouTube almost 10 million times.
Doritos has a history of stellar Super Bowl ads and this one - featuring a dad crunching loudly during his pregnant wife's ultrasound - had a lot of people talking.
Some said it was a little gross, though.
Topping most of the "worst ads" lists was this spot which centered around opioid-induced constipation...
... and this one for a drug called Xifaxan featuring a cartoon intestine.
Michelob Ultra had the first ad in the first commercial break of Super Bowl 50. CBS reportedly charged $5 million for a 30-second ad this year, up $2 million from just five years ago.