NEW YORK (AP) -- Super Bowl advertisers on Sunday night sought to win over viewers in a variety of ways. McDonald's called for loving, Coke demanded more positivity, and Nationwide told the story of a dead boy.
The day after the Super Bowl is the day when the great debate begins as to what were the best, worst and most confusing commercials. One commercial specifically though, has been getting a lot of discussion.
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