Last night was all about the Kansas City Chiefs and Rihanna, but Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck also get an honorary mention for best advert of the Super Bowl.
The newlyweds starred in a Dunkin' commercial on Sunday night (12 February) and fans went wild. Check it out here:
In the advert, Ben, 50, finds himself working at a Dunkin' drive-thru, surprising customers when they pull up to the window to see the Batman v Superman star.
Ben is grinning away until Jennifer catches him red-handed, pulling up to the window in a white puffer jacket.
"What are you doing?" she asks him.
"You're embarrassing me in front of my friends!" mutters Ben, dressed in a Dunkin' uniform, complete with the classic black visor.
"Is this what you do when yo say you're going to work all day?"
When Ben tells the other Dunkin' employees that he's got to go, Jen yells to him: "Grab me a glaze!"
The thirty-second advert was so simple, yet so effective.
Speaking to People before the advert aired, Ben joked: "I think people already sort of think that I work for Dunkin'.
"In Boston, it was such a big deal. I think I became kind of associated with it, and this sounded like a fun opportunity to kind of play with that association, and a chance to come back here to shoot it at home in Boston."
After catching the full commercial, fans took to Twitter to praise Ben and Jen for having some fun with the advert.
"The best Super Bowl ad. Dunkin' Donuts did everything right," commented one viewers
"I will give props where props are due! The Ben Affleck #DunkinDonuts commercial with the J.Lo is hilarious!" tweeted a second.
Also making a surprise appearance during last night's Super Bowl were Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, who Breaking Bad fans haven't seen together for about a decade.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul got back into character, likely for the last time, to film a one-minute commercial for PopCorners.
“This might be the retiring episode of the Breaking Bad universe," Cranston told Extra.
Though the actor did admit that he thought the same before appearing in other parts of the franchise, admitting he was grateful for every opportunity to play Walt.
He explained: “I’ve had opportunities to bring Walter White into the milieu. I did it for Aaron’s movie El Camino and then once again for Better Call Saul.
“We were able to come back and each time, we think, ‘Well, this is the last time we’re ever going to do this,” he joked, adding: “…and then PopCorners calls and it was like, ‘Well, we’ll do it one more time.’”