Will Febreze's First-Ever Super Bowl Ad Pass the Smell Test?

Grey sprays on the potty humor

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Febreze doesn’t want you to stink up the bathroom on Super Bowl Sunday.

In fact, the Procter & Gamble brand’s first-ever big-game commercial, developed by Grey New York, suggests folks use Febreze during their halftime potty break to keep such potentially smelly situations under control.

Airing in the second quarter, the 30-second spot focuses on the fact that millions of viewers rush to their toilets at the mid-point break in the action.

“I love you, halftime bathroom break,” begins comic actress Kathryn Hahn (Crossing Jordan, Parks and Recreation, Transparent) in the voiceover of the teaser below.



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