Watch the most talked about ads from Super Bowl XLIX

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Yes, Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to the biggest comeback win in Super Bowl history, but watching all the commercials is just as fun as watching the game Sunday. From sappy sweet, to inspirational, to the most depressing ad ever, these are the Super Bowl commercials that got us talking.

The Sweet

Budweiser "Lost Dog"
We called it. Watching the puppy alone in the rain as soulful rendition of "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" plays in the background was enough to make even the toughest football fan misty-eyed.
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Dove Men+Care "#RealStrength"
All the different ways kids call for their dads, from the happy shrieks when dad gets home from work to the panicked pleas for dad to come to the rescue. "What makes a man stronger," the video asks. "Showing that he cares."
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Coca-Cola "#MakeItHappy"
The soft drink giants combats cyber bullying by replacing negative messages with happy ones.
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McDonald's "Pay With Lovin'"
The fast food giants is giving away food in return for customers sending messages of love to friends and family.
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The Silly

Snickers "The Brady Bunch"
The candy bar continued its "you're not you when you're hungry" campaign with the perennial bad guy Danny Trejo stepping into the shoes of Marcia Brady. It's the classic episode where Peter hit Marcia in the nose with a football, only this time Trejo/Marcia vows vengeance until Carol Brady offers her a Snickers.
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T-Mobile "#KimsDataStash"
The wireless carrier employs famous-for-being-famous Kim Kardashian to tout the benefits of its its data stash program. Kardashian going on about her countless selfies is either hilariously self aware or just really funny because she does take a whole lot of selfies.
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BMW "Newfangled Idea"
Remember back in 1994 when email and the Internet were so new, "Today" hosts Katie Couric and Bryant Gumble couldn't even figure out how to talk about it on the air? Fast forward two decades, the morning show icons are willing to poke fun at their Luddite tendencies.
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Skittles "Settle It"
An entire town of people with overly developed right arms because apparently the only way they know how to settle disputes is "the usual way" - an arm wrestling contest.
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Nationwide "Invisible Mindy Kaling"
Mindy Kaling is so charming she can even make an insurance commercial entertaining.
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Kia "The Perfect Getaway"
Pierce Brosnan thinks he's being pitched an action role ala James Bond. Apparently he's not quite as 007 as he thinks.
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Mophie "All-Powerless"
Sometimes it feels like the world is ending when you're phone battery is dying. What if it really was?
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Avocados From Mexico "First Draft Ever"
Countries selecting what their trademark animals and plants will be. Sorry polar bear, Mexico picking avocado was the right choice.
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Doritos "Middle Seat"
A man on a plane exhibits all the nightmare passenger behaviors you can think of to deter people from taking the seat next to his...until a beautiful woman boards the plane. But she's not quite the seat buddy the man was expecting.
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Bud Light "Coin"
#UpForWhatever is back, this time in the form of a life-sized game of PacMan. Who wouldn't want to play?
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The Powerful

Always "Like A Girl"
A new version of a thought provoking ad that debuted over the summer challenges the convention of what it means to do something "like a girl" and asks us all to empower young girls.
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No More
The NFL's chilling PSA is based off a viral account of a woman calling 911 and pretending to order a pizza. "When it's hard to talk, it's up to us to listen," the spot says.
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Microsoft "Braylon O'Neill"
The company humanizes itself by showing how its technology helps a little boy better use his prosthetic legs.
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Dodge "Wisdom"
The car manufacturer pays tribute to the wisdom centenarians.
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Toyota "How Great I Am"
Paralympian Amy Purdy overcomes life's obstacles as the iconic words of Muhammad Ali lay in the background.
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The Odd

Squarespace "DreamingWithJeff.com"
An entire album of Jeff Bridges' soothing noises to help us sleep. Seriously.
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Fiat "The Fiat Blue Pill"
A little blue pill (you know the ones we're talking about) bounces around an Italian town before "pumping up" the new Fiat 500C Crossover.
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Esurance "Say My Name"
A little convoluted, but it brought back Bryan Cranston's iconic "Breaking Bad" character Walter White.
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Chevy "4G LTE Wi-Fi - 2015 Colorado"
A prank on an epic level that gave most of America a mini heart attack.
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Loctite Glue "Positive Feelings"
Fanny packs make a comeback in this oddball spot.
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Sprint "Super Apology"
Screaming goats were so 2013.
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The Controversial

Nationwide "Make Safe Happen"
It's being called "the most depressing Super Bowl ad ever." A little boy who will never grow up because he dies in a childhood accident. A powerful message, but a dark one.
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