Every year the Super Bowl is as much about the commercials as it is the game and the halftime show. With over 114 million eyes on last year's Super Bowl, it's no wonder that it now costs almost $5 million for a 30-second advertisement. If a certain commercial resonates with the audience and is discussed, shared, and meme'd then that directly translates to earned revenue thereby making the initial investment a no-brainer. 

This year we saw a lot of talking animals, old Oscar-winners, and just flat-out strange concoctions (#puppymonkeybaby) try hard to gain your favor. With viral ads being a goal, hashtags quickly formed on social media as a sharing tool to shine light on the top commercials. In the video above we break down the most talked about Super Bowl 50 commercials of 2016.