She struggles to get into her jeans by hip rolling, and jumping up and down and trying to pull jeans up at same time.

Greene is his usual "mean" self until the kid insists Greene has his Coke.

After Greene drinks the Coke, he "sweetens" up and offers the kid his jersey, saying, "Hey, Kid...

Catch."In what some call the greatest Super Bowl commercial of all time, an Olympian runs to save a race of hypnotized humans from their computer overlord.

Being chased by police, the Olympian throws a hammer at the screen overlord and a beacon of light shines, to the amazement of the followers.

The caption reads, "On January 24th, Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. Marvin the Martian takes all the Air Jordans on earth and challenges Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny to a game of basketball with the fate of the earth at stake.

And you'll see why 1984 won't be like '1984.'" This ad is based on the George Orwell book Nineteen-Eighty Four. This commercial would serve as inspiration for the movie Space Jam.

A young woman in her bedroom upstairs wearing a white leotard as a top sees her date (Alan Cumming) pulling up.

Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond its mere trivial mention.

If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. The Super Bowl is known for its memorable commercials during the half-time break of each game.

In 2010, Nielsen reported that 51% of viewers prefer the commercials to the game itself.

A young man pulled up in a his GTO to a drive-in restaurant with dramatic music and exhaust noise in the background, pulling the "exhaust" knob to activate the vacuum operated exhaust, drowning the noise out, and then drive off.