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TiVo says we think Doritos rule, at least in Super Bowl ads


According to TiVo, which measures how popular Super Bowl commercials were, Doritos had two of the top five most-liked ads during Sunday's Super Bowl.

According to TiVo, the most popular ad was the spot in which a young boy tells his mother's date to keep his hands off the Doritos and the mother. The second most-popular, according to TiVo, was the Snickers commercial in which comedic actress Betty White and former "Barney Miller" star Abe Vigoda are tackled hard in a muddy pickup football game.

But according to one report, MBA students determined an ad for Google in which a guy in love Googles his way to finding a home in Paris so he can get married was the most effective.

If you want to see all the Super Bowl commercials, click here.

-- Diane Pucin

This image provided by Doritos shows part of an ad submitted by one of six finalists in the fourth annual Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" challenge. (AP Photo/Doritos)

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