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Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen Brainstorm Samsung's Super Bowl Spot Without Saying 'Super Bowl'

Samsung Asks: Are You Ready for El Plato Supreme?

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Samsung teams up with Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen and Bob Odenkirk for this hilarious Super Bowl promo via 72andSunny that has the actors thinking up how the company should advertise during this year's game. Poking fun at rules that prohibit advertisers from using the words "Super Bowl," "49ers" or "Ravens," the ad has the comedians coming up with alternatives that are at times kind of brilliant (the San Francisco 50 minus ones) and at times completely ridiculous -- El Plato Supreme, for example. The company will have a two-minute ad in this year's game starring Rudd and Rogen.

In case you missed it, we also loved Volkswagen's teaser for its Super Bowl spot. Check it out on Creativity-Online.com, and follow @creativitymag on Twitter.

And vote for the worst halftime show ever here.

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