Pepsi Max ran some ... interesting Super Bowl commercials last night. All the taste, no calories ... part humor. Some of the spots were better than others.

While some ads went for a star-studded smash (see Best Buy, Bieber) or just to get their names out there, Pepsi Max opted for these standard, slapstick gags.

Three weeks prior to Super Bowl XLV, Justin Bieber Tweeted that he was filming a commercial, couldn't really tell followers what it entailed, but "when you guys find out it's gonna be funny as heck."

We found out last night. And the singer was correct. How so? This photo pretty much says it all.

Kim Kardashian did what she does best during her Super Bowl XLV commercial for Sketchers last night:

The reality star wore very little clothing and flirted with men. She sent a bad message at the same time, telling viewers that you don't need a personal trainer as long as you walk around in these sneakers.

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Hyped as Super Bowl commercials may be, most are gimmicky and quite forgettable. Chrysler's effort featuring the Motor City's own Eminem was anything but.

Two minutes of gritty footage set to the rapper's "Lose Yourself" served as both an homage to Detroit's past and a look to the future in introducing the Chrysler 200.

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