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VIDEO: Bob Garfield Reviews the Super Bowl Spots

The Best, the Worst and the Quandary of This Year's Ads

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Advertising Age ad critic Bob Garfield found the 2009 Super Bowl of Advertising to be neither particularly bad nor particularly good. He does has some strong views about the very worst and the very best commercials that appeared this year. At the same time, he ponders the troubling implications that one of the worst pieces of creative work -- the Cash4Gold.com spot -- is likely to have the highest ROI of any ad in the game.

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