Each year, there always seems to be a theme amongst the Super Bowl commercials, and we certainly feel that nostalgia for the good old '70s, '80s, and '90s was this year's requirement!
We couldn't believe the amount of commercials that brought back some of our favorite characters, actors, and musicians from decades past. Take a look for yourself at the ads below!
The musician popped up in an ad for Chrysler, both appearing in and narrating the two-minute commercial. The spot centers around Chrysler's pride in American manufacturing, and Dylan's Oscar-winning song "Things Have Changed" serves as the background music.
Another Dylan song, the 1960s hit "I Want You," also appeared in a commercial for Chobani yogurt.
After Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander were spotted outside Tom's Restaurant in NYC, we knew some sort of "Seinfeld" reunion was brewing! Turns out, it was all for an ad promoting Jerry's web series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." The two argued over Super Bowl plans at the famed diner, and even ran into former nemesis Newman (Wayne Knight)!
The Muppets have been beloved since the late '70s, and Toyota decided to capitalize on their fame by including the puppets in this year's Super Bowl ad. See how the gang bonds with former football star turned actor, Terry Crews!
It was the teaser seen around the world, and the men of "Full House" delivered with an extra special Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt ad! Let's just say John Stamos' date gets ruined by his old roommates from a certain '90s sitcom...
Women who grew up in the '80s and '90s weren't the only ones to feel a little nostalgic when they saw Kiefer Sutherland's trailer for "24: Live Another Day"!
Fans of the hit series "24," which lasted for 8 seasons, ending in 2010, finally got a peek at the show's second chapter!
RadioShack's Epic '80s Ad
The tech store packed in the '80s references with their ad featuring everyone from Hulk Hogan to Mary Lou Retton to the California Raisins as they stormed a nearby RadioShack to reclaim their old stuff! Can you spot all the '80s shout-outs?