NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The Super Bowl has become just as famous for its commercials as it has for the game on the field. And in the case of the Seattle Seahawks' 43-8 dismantling of the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, the commercials became more interesting than the game (unless you're a Seahawks fan, of course).
The commercials usually range from the touching to the funny to the downright crazy, and its that latest category on which we're turning our focus today. We've had a few days to digest the commercials (and the wings we ate on Sunday), so here are the 8 Most Ridiculous Super Bowl Ads of 2014:
8. Dannon Oikos' "The Spill"
This one makes the list sheerly because it demolished our collective childhoods and 1990s nostalgia in about 30 seconds. It starts off with John Stamos, who apparently likes to eat Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt on dates. It gets uncomfortable as the girl removes the spilled yogurt on Uncle Jesse's mouth with her own mouth, but it gets worse when he drops some on his pants. Enter Stamos' Full House co-stars Bob Saget (Danny Tanner) and Dave Coulier (Joey Gladstone), who promptly dismiss the woman. We'll never be able to watch Full House the same way again.
7. Chrysler's "Bob Dylan Ad"
Bob Dylan is now selling things, and not in an ironic way. He held out for decades, though, so that's a plus.
6. Chevy's "Romance"
Chevy's (GM) Super Bowl commercials usually involve the following ingredients: toughness, America and Clint Eastwood. But they went in a different direction this year as they showed a rancher acting as a wingman for his cow as he tried to get him some lovin'. We're not sure if this makes him a great wingman or not, so we'll let you decide.
5. GoDaddy's "Bodybuilder"
GoDaddy.com used to be the standard for risque commercials in the Super Bowl, though now they have plenty of competition in that department. This year, they went with a bizarre sequence that featured hundreds of bodybuilders sprinting to a spray tan shop. Not weird enough? Danica Patrick, the company's longtime celebrity spokeswoman, is one of those bodybuilders, muscles and all.
4. Audi's "Doberhuahua"
Audi took a turn for the bizarre by fusing a Doberman and a Chihuahua into the "Doberhuahua," a mutt with a small body and freakishly large head. The animal starts to scare pedestrians and judges at dog shows, but the best part comes when it terrorizes Sarah Maclachlan, who famously starred and sang in all those animal rights commercials years ago.
3. T-Mobile's "Tim Tebow #NoContract"
Much like the next entry on the list, Tim Tebow was more than willing to have some fun at his own expense and point out the fact that he has no contract, which happens to align with T-Mobile's (TMUS) campaign. These two ads feature Tebow delivering babies, saving the whales, throwing a football on the moon, saving puppies from a burning building and even touring with his own rock band. Forget football, let's get Tebow a movie career!
2. RadioShack's "The 80s Called"
Kudos to RadioShack (RSH) for making fun of itself and the perception that the store contains every product you'd want if we still lived in 1985. The roster of 80s-era guest stars in this commercial is staggering, with everyone from Hulk Hogan to Erik Estrada to the California Raisins. We've embedded the longer, 60-second version for your viewing pleasure:
1. Jamie Casino's "Casino Law"
This is the one that sparked the idea for this list, and with good reason. Jamie Casino, a Georgia lawyer, wrote, directed and starred in his own two-minute Super Bowl commercial that aired locally during halftime of the big game. The spot plays like a trailer for AMC's Breaking Bad Saul Goodman spinoff, Better Call Saul, but it actually pays tribute to Casino's brother, Michael, who was killed on Labor Day 2012. It's still absurd, with flaming hammers and shattered tombstones.