Snickers Just Ran a Mini-Sequel to Its Marilyn Monroe Super Bowl Ad During Colbert

And it looks like Eugene Levy still hasn't gone home

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Snickers wasn't done for the night when its "Marilyn" spot aired on the Super Bowl broadcast. The brand also prepped a little 15-second follow-up spot from BBDO New York, which just aired moments ago during a commercial break on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

It's a coda of sorts that shows Eugene Levy—who plays the stagehand operating the fan that makes Marilyn Monroe's dress flap in the wind—is still on set when he shouldn't be.

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