The Best Super Bowl Commercial Was The One That Happened Right After

Football fans watched commercials during the Super Bowl this year suspiciously as some companies felt that the sport’s biggest day warranted the airing of liberal political messages, like the pro-illegal immigration one from 84 Lumber.

But one groundbreaking car company ad went above and beyond to honor a fundamental American institution and bring its audience to tears.

And it didn’t air until after the game ended, for one very good reason:

Watch Inside Edition explain more about how the commercial was made:

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