Car Company Clash of the Day: Speaking of Chevy, the General Motors division has reportedly ruffled Ford's feathers with its "good-humored" Super Bowl ad showing a post-apocalyptic world in which Chevy Silverado owners lament the loss of a friend who drove a Ford F-150.
Music Video of the Day: For their latest music video-slash-Chevy Super Bowl ad, OK Go drove down a two-mile stretch of desert lined with 1,000 instruments in a Chevy Sonic fitted with retractable pneumatic arms to perform a very complicated version of "Needing/Getting" that took four months to prep and four days to shoot.
Ferris Bueller Sequel of the Day: So the Ferris Bueller "sequel" that was teased last week has been unveiled in full, and it's... an ad for Honda starring Matthew Broderick as himself.
But it does pay homage to Ferris Bueller, which is something? And it does do a great job at selling something: The certainty that no one should ever try to make a Ferris Bueller