In a six-part commercial story, Louie the Lizard tries to kill off the Budweiser Frogs. Louie tells the frogs to enjoy the first half, because they may not be around for the second. Louie denies rumors from Frank that he's going to kill the Frogs. The Ferret, Louie's accomplice, drops the Budweiser sign into the swamp, electrocuting the frogs. Louie says it's the best day of his life, until he sees that the Frogs have survived. Louie rants to the Ferret that he screwed up the job. Louie apologizes for trying to kill the Frogs, saying it was purely for entertainment reasons. Coyote is almost successful, until the cartoon ends before he can catch the Road Runner. Two men are at a Laundromat when a beautiful woman (Ali Landry) enters to do her own laundry and notices them eating Doritos.
In the Intel Lab where everyone wears radiation suits, the detective (in a suit) finds a processor missing. They try impressing her with elaborate ways of tossing Doritos 3Ds into the air.
And you'll see why 1984 won't be like '1984.'" This ad is based on the George Orwell book Nineteen-Eighty Four. This commercial would serve as inspiration for the movie Space Jam.
Catch."In what some call the greatest Super Bowl commercial of all time, an Olympian runs to save a race of hypnotized humans from their computer overlord.She struggles to get into her jeans by hip rolling, and jumping up and down and trying to pull jeans up at same time.Date sees shadow of her hip rolling in window and gets excited.While watching Star Wars, a little kid is sucking on the straw of his Pepsi too loud, so Darth Vader uses the force to crush his Pepsi. A little girl talks about how she would want a pet elephant.An usher stands up for the kid, and soon has a giant lightsaber battle with Vader. Coyote uses a Widetrack Grand Prix to try and catch the Road Runner. In sweet music, the girl talks about her adventures with the elephant. The commercial ends with her dreaming of a pet zebra.