Jewish comics Seth Rogen, Amy Schumer and Paul Rudd star in a Super Bowl ad that parodies the presidential campaign.
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Rogen and Schumer portray political candidates campaigning at a rodeo, a factory and a basketball game and satirize today’s polarized political divide.
“They say we disagree on everything,” Schumer says.
“That’s not true, we agree on a lot,” Rogen says.
“Like Paul Rudd,” Schumer says. “Everybody loves Paul Rudd.”
Super Bowl 50 airs Sunday on CBS. A 30-second ad this year costs $5 million.