Amazon’s Super Bowl Ad Came With an Extra Spot After the Game

Leslie Jones fills in as an Alexa replacement, with a little help from JB Smoove

Leslie Jones and JB Smoove argue who's the real Alexa replacement. Amazon
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The Super Bowl is over but Amazon’s ads definitely aren’t.

Amazon, which released its Super Bowl ad on Jan. 31, followed up after the game with another short clip featuring Leslie Jones and JB Smoove.

In the spot produced by Lucky Generals and D1, Amazon’s own creative team, the same student who asked Cardi B how far Mars was, then asks Alexa to call “Ashley.” Jones comes on and tells him, “Yeah, it’s about time you called that girl” only to be interrupted by JB Smoove who suggests letting the “love marinate.”

Jones has to remind JB who the Alexa replacement is while the student looks bewildered. Watch the entire argument play out ahead.

The second follow up ad wasn’t too much of a surprise; the Amazon Echo Twitter account tweeted a GIF and a reminder to “stay tuned” to see the ad.

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@itstheannmarie Ann-Marie Alcántara is a tech reporter for Adweek, focusing on direct-to-consumer brands and ecommerce.