Seinfeld and Soup Nazi Return in Funny Acura Super Bowl Ad [VIDEO]


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Jerry Seinfeld wants the new Acura NSX. He loves it so much, the new ad from Acura would have us believe, that he would do anything to be the first person to own one.

Unfortunately, Jerry is number two on the list, and the ad shows us just how far he's prepared to take that first spot from an unsuspecting customer.

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The elaborate ad, which Acura posted on YouTube, is quite long (1:52), but it's well worth the watch. In it, Seinfeld concocts a myriad of hilarious favors he's ready to perform in order to get that car first; he even calls on his old frenemy, the Soup Nazi, to aid him. However, as usual, things don't go exactly as planned.

Acura's new commerical is yet another Super Bowl ad that premiered before the actual game, but (mercifully, perhaps), this one does not include dancing or singing animals -- if you don't count the holographic monkey. Check out the rest of the Super Bowl ads released so far in the slideshow below.

How do you like the ad? Do you wish some of these companies waited until the big game or do you prefer watching them on your own schedule? Share your thoughts in the comments.

1. "The Bark Side" (Vokswagen)

Not surprisingly, the sequel to the most-shared ad of last year's Super Bowl, and of all of 2011 for that matter, is leading the pack this year. Volkswagen released this video last week showing dogs barking to the tune of Star Wars's "The Imperial March." So does that mean there will be dogs in this year's ad? More Star Wars? We'll know soon enough.

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