It's every true American's favorite part of Super Bowl week -- watching the new commercials getting rolled out. Every year some get panned, and others get plaudits. (Sorry, "plaudits" was the only p-word we could think of to go with "panned.")
We've culled the Top 5 ads so far, not in terms of artistic achievement or quality, but in terms of buzz, which is all the companies paying for them are looking for.
#5. GoDaddy.com Lost Puppy Commercial
GoDaddy.com got a lot of buzz for its spot featuring a puppy, but not the good kind. The commercial shows a puppy jump out of the back of a pickup truck and finally find its way back home, only to be sold on a puppy website created by its owners using GoDaddy.com. Many animal lovers -- and puppy mill haters -- were not amused. Godaddy.com pulled the ad.
#4. Carl's Jr. Featuring a Kate Upton Lookalike
We had Charlotte McKinney here at FOX411 a few months ago and dubbed her the next Kate Upton. We could not have been more right, as now she's following Kate's footsteps in a racy Carl's Jr. ad that some deem waaaay over the top. Judge for yourself.
#3. Kia Sorrento Featuring Pierce Brosnan
Brosnan thinks he's being pitched a Bond-esque action movie. He's actually being pitched a car commercial. Hilarity ensues.
#2. Wix.com Featuring Brett Favre
The web-building service is one of the few companies using actual athletes in its Super Bowl spot. Starring Brett Favre and featuring Emmitt Smith, Terrell Owens, Larry Allen and Franco Harris, this commercial may be the favorite of those tuning in to watch the actual game.
Kardashian's self-deprecating spot for T Mobile -- in which she bemoans smart phone owners' unused data because it means more people could have seen her selfies but didn't -- is the biggest buzz gernerator so far, having already been viewed 4 million times on YouTube alone. Who needs a Super Bowl?
Original story from FOXNews.com.