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  • This scene from an advertisement provided by the Coca-Cola Co. and Wieden + Kennedy, shows the polar bear tumbling through the air trying to catch his bottle of Coca-Cola before it falls to the ground. The 'Catch,' ad will be aired during Super Bowl XLVI, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012.
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  • This advertisement provided by Skechers USA, shows Mr. Quiggly wearing Skechers sneakers in an ad to be aired at Super Bowl XLVI, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/Skechers USA)
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  • Regis Philbin is featured in the new Pepsi MAX Super Bowl commercial "Check-Out," surprising a startled competitor deliveryman who wins "Pepsi MAX for Life."  (PRNewsFoto/PepsiCo)
  • Award-winning actor Matthew Broderick is playing himself in a grown-up version of his celebrated role of Ferris Bueller to promote the all-new 2012 Honda CR-V in a new Super Bowl commercial to air at the start of the fourth quarter.  (PRNewsFoto/American Honda Motor Co., Inc.)
  • American Suzuki's 2012 Super Bowl commercial, entitled "Sled," emphasizes the premium features and unique all-wheel-drive prowess of the 2012 Kizashi sport sedan and marks the second consecutive year Suzuki has advertised during the Super Bowl.  (PRNewsFoto/American Suzuki Motor Corp.)
  • This advertisement  provided by Dannon Co,. shows a scene from the Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt Super Bowl commercial, starring Jessica Blackmore and John Stamos. The Dannon Oikos advertisement will run during the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVI, Sunday, Feb 5, 2012. (AP Photo/Dannon Co.)
  • This video grab provided by CareerBuilders.com, shows the executive chimpanzee advertisement that will air during Super Bowl XLVI Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012.  Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo says there's nothing funny about a commercial featuring suit-and-tie wearing chimpanzees scheduled to air Sunday during the Super Bowl.   Dr. Steven Ross of the zoo says CareerBuilder.com's commercial that shows the chimps outsmarting a human co-worker actually poses a risk to chimpanzees because people lose sight of the fact they're an endangered species and less likely to try to save them.   (AP Photo/CareerBuilders.com)
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