People Are Loving Paul Rudd And Seth Rogen In Lay's Super Bowl 2022 Commercial

Long live football. Super Bowl 2022 is only a few sleeps away, which means that viewing party planning is in full force. The anticipation for the final score on game day is slowly building, and so is the excitement around this year's halftime show. USA Today confirms that rap legend Dr. Dre is set to perform with music icons Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dog, Eminem, and Kendrick Lamar. Whether you're a passive watcher or die hard football fan, there's something for everyone for Super Bowl LVI.

One of the best parts about watching the Super Bowl is the commercials, no contest. Decider reports that close to 96.4 million people — a number lower than previous years but still impressive — tuned in to the game on CBS. That explains why brands are prepared to fork over $5.5 million for a 30-second timeslot, according to The Sports Geek. Every Super Bowl, the ads top each other — judging from a humorous teaser that potato chips brand Lay's released on YouTube, this year will be no different.

Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen go on a wild adventure in Lay's hilarious commercial

Comedy dream team Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen keep the laughs rolling with their Super Bowl 2022 commercial. Their longtime friendship is the focus of Lay's first Super Bowl ad in almost two decades, per People, and makes for hilarious material. In the YouTube video, the comedians relive their golden years right before Rogen's wedding takes place. 

Only, the scenarios become increasingly over-the-top and absurd. From a road trip with the music up and windows down to casually breaking up a turf war, Lay's chips were always there. Rudd and Rogen's fabricated "trip down memory lane" was a hit, and racked up positive reactions online. This isn't the first time the comedy duo have worked together, with "Anchorman", "40-Year-Old Virgin," and "Knocked Up" being some of their popular collaborations, per Newsweek

The "This is the End" stars jokingly hinted at their extensive film collaborations in the potato chips commercial. Rudd admitted that he's never seen any of Rogen's movies, despite the fact that they've starred in many together. They're also so close that Rudd once pranked Rogen with a massage, earning him the nickname "Paul Rubb" on Twitter.