Tide's Super Bowl Ad Almost Made People Forget the Tide Pod Challenge

Tide's Super Bowl Ad Almost Made People Forget the Tide Pod Challenge

With Harbour, Tide parodied a number of generic commercials we often see at the Super Bowl, and because none of their spoofs featured dirty clothes, they claimed it had to be a #TideAd.

The infamous "Old Spice guy", AKA Isaiah Mustafa, appears in the brand's ad alongside Stranger Things star David Harbour.

Before he can continue, he gets cut off by David.

There were four total Tide ads that ran during the Super Bowl.

First, check out a supercut of his Tide ads:Well played, Hopper. After all, making fun of people pretending to eat laundry detergent would probably be a bit irresponsible to broadcast during one of the biggest TV events of the year. Thankfully, Tide put them all together in one video. Now they just need to convince people to stop abusing their products and stick to using them on their clothes instead.



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