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While a hefty part of the country will be tuning in to see the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints in Sunday's big game (6:25 p.m. live/ET on CBS), let's remember the other reason millions will be watching Super Bowl XLIV: the commercials.

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To get in the spirit, check out our top four favorite spots from last year and weigh in on which commercials you are looking forward to seeing during this year's game.1. "Talking Baby": E*Trade


If you were worried the economic you-know-what storm left the E*Trade baby crying, rest assured. We have to say, though, he does seem pretty cranky about the economy. He wouldn't even let his friend flex his golden pipes. All the kid wanted to do was take his broken wings and learn to fly again.Watch video!2. "Crystal Ball": Doritos
Don't be fooled— this sphere may look like a snow globe, but it's really a crystal ball that reveals the future. How else would it know about the free Doritos in the office that day? Or that the guy who nailed his boss in the crotch wouldn't be getting a promotion?  That's some serious forecasting right there. Watch video!3. "Crazy Pets": Pedigree
Advertising 101 clearly teaches you that cute, furry animals are the key to moving products off the shelf, but Pedigree went a different route. In this spot for a dog adoption drive, man's best friend is replaced by a destructive rhinoceros, a mailman-chasing emu, a space-hogging warthog and a lifeless cow.Watch video!4. "Tips": CareerBuilder.com
Don't know how to figure out if it's time to look for a new job? Careerbuilder.com compiled a list of signs: a nervous breakdown in the parking lot, daydreams about punching a vision-impaired koala bear, and working next to a dude who insists on wearing a Speedo and picking his toenails. Note: Nothing is wrong with your computer — the "12 Days of Christmas"-like repetition is, in fact, intentional.Watch video!Check out the AdZone widget to watch more Super Bowl commercials and to see all the new ads during Sunday's big game: