Comedians Share Their Reactions to Super Bowl 53


 

Comedians like most of America were largely bored by Super Bowl 53. They were excited to see a few friends pop up in Super Bowl ads- particularly Broad City for Amazon, Aparna Nancherla for Buble, Tommy Pope for some insurance company, and Adam Scott introducing a new app called Expensify. There was also Steve Carell in a Pepsi Ad, and Jason Bateman making some cash for a Hyundai commercial, and The Dude making an appearance on behalf of Stella Artois but I digress.

Comedians this year put most of their jokes about the game into the halftime show, where Adam Levine’s tattoos were a source of cringe for many, and Matteo Lane lamented the lack of a proper diva. And there were plenty of comments about the post game press conference where Robert Kraft kissed his star Tom Brady on the mouth.

Joe Machi and Sam Morril may have stolen the night with their back and forth bickering on Twitter while sitting a few feet away from each other at the Comedy Cellar. A few comedians tweeted about the game, including Jared Fried who made it clear that if you hate the Patriots, you really just hate yourself.

Here are a few of our favorite looks into how comedians spent Super Bowl 53.

THE HYPE


PRE GAME


THE GAME


THE PLUGS



THE HALFTIME SHOW


THE CHEERLEADERS


THE COMMERCIALS

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POST SHOW PRESS 



THE PARTIES

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