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Watch: Will Ferrell's Weird Super Bowl Ad You Probably Didn't See

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist February 4, 2013 at 1:42PM

In case you were in a coma, you know that last night was the Super Bowl and lots of things happened. Beyoncé dominated the half time show, the power went out, and some football was played between a smorgasboard of advertising. Studios rolled out spots for their 2013 heavyweights including "Iron Man 3," "Oz The Great And Powerful," "Fast & Furious 6," "The Lone Ranger" and "Star Trek Into Darkness," while big name directors like Jon Favreau, Jake Scott and Carl Erik Rinsch lent their talents to game day product spots. But here's one ad you probably didn't see.
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Will Ferrell Old Milwaukee

In case you were in a coma, you know that last night was the Super Bowl and lots of things happened. Beyoncé dominated the half time show, the power went out, and some football was played between a smorgasboard of advertising. Studios rolled out spots for their 2013 heavyweights including "Iron Man 3," "Oz The Great And Powerful," "Fast & Furious 6," "The Lone Ranger" and "Star Trek Into Darkness," while big name directors like Jon Favreau, Jake Scott and Carl Erik Rinsch lent their talents to game day product spots. But here's one ad you probably didn't see.

Will Ferrell has once again teamed up with Old Milaukee for another very, very regional spot for the company. As you might remember, in 2011 he randomly dropped three commercials that only aired in Davenport, Iowa. This time, Sherman, Texas, Ardmore, Oklahoma and Glendive, Montana areas got a decidely more surreal advert, which is nothing more than Ferrell and an Asian woman making out on a bus. Um, okay.

Give it a spin below -- and admittedly, this is better than most of "The Campaign." [FilmDrunk]

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