Seth Rogen, Amy Schumer Tout 'Huge Caucus' in Bud Light Super Bowl Ad

Seth Rogen and Amy Schumer know a thing or two about America. For one, everyone loves Paul Rudd; and two, everyone is going to be really impressed by the size of their, ahem, caucus.

Budweiser on Wednesday released its big Super Bowl 50 commercial, in which the popular comedians announce the launch of the Bud Light political party.

Not to worry: The aforementioned caucus shouldn’t be too big. It’s also safe to say that the newly-formed party can count Rudd and Michael Peña (Marvel’s Ant-Man) among its early supporters.

Hit PLAY on the commercial above, then sound off in the comments.

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  1. Luis says:

    Kill me now

  2. Tara17 says:

    I enjoyed it. Paul Rudd is indeed so likeable – “I didn’t know that was going to happen”, lol.

  3. Preacher Book says:

    They should have called it
    “The All-Night Party” with their main candidate Howard the Duck. Aaaaah, Steve Gerber memories

  4. Amy Schumer is a humourless skankho.