Bud Light, Game of Thrones Have Fiery Crossover in Super Bowl Commercial

Isaac Cain
February 10, 2019

The game was a snoozer, the halftime show predictable (unless you're a fan of Adam Levine's nipples) and the commercials were mostly bland.

Bud Light's Super Bowl commercial has been the talk of the internet, with users praising it for offering an unexpected cross-over with the iconic TV series Game of Thrones.

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A 60-second commercial narrated by actor Tom Hanks informed millions on Sunday evening that "knowing helps us decide" and "keeps us free", but the president's eldest son responded by asking how journalism reached a point where pricey Super Bowl spots are even necessary.

The Mountain kills the Bud Knight by (what we assume) crushing his head in a death blow similar to Prince Oberyn Martell's.

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He and his troops haul the Value-Added Tax to the Miller Light castle, which has already received its shipment of corn syrup.

"To be clear, we brew Coors Light with corn syrup", he proclaims. Bud Light, meanwhile, is just beginning to list its ingredients (water, barley, rice and hops) prominently on its label, which isn't a legal requirement for beers, according to USA Today.

"Anheuser-Busch fully supports corn growers and will continue to invest in the corn industry", a spokesman told the Wall Street Journal. This was reported by none other than The Washington Post, who claimed to have not known about Khashoggi's Qatar ties when it published him and turned him into a martyr upon his death - likely because journalists from another outlet started asking questions and the Post wanted to paint the information in the most positive light possible. "This effort is to provide consumers transparency and elevate the beer category". "And Miller Lite has fewer calories, fewer carbs and more taste than Bud Light".

Doesn't matter, however, because the commercials are sometimes even more fun than the actual game.

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