2012 Super Bowl Commercial Videos: Pepsi Hates Elton John, Loves Wisconsin

Atlanta's own Coca-Cola brought back its polar bear series of commercials for the 2012 Super Bowl, no matter how geographically lenient they may be. Harmless computer cuddles! Pepsi responded by exiling part-time Atlantan and Braves fan Elton John from his basically normal Tuesday afternoon activities into a dungeon, where he'll be shouted at by Flavor Flav forever, and had a Coke delivery guy pummeled with Big Ten fight songs and Notre Dame fan Regis Philbin. So many unpleasant things in here for any number of Georgians to tangle with.

Full disclosure: I think all Pepsi products are superior to all Coke products. Videos, and head to SBNation.com for the best and worst of Super Bowl 2012's commercials:


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