Nostalgia Video: Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminator Superbowl Commercial


Back in 2003 in San Diego California Arnold Schwarzenegger came back to let everybody know that ‘Terminators’ were among us in the form of the (AFC) champions Oakland Raiders and the (NFC) champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Terminator: Rise Of The Machines might have been a somewhat disappointment but this might be the best super bowl commercial ever, or maybe it was the worst, I don’t know. The ratings for Super Bowl XXXVII were the third-smallest ever for a Super Bowl game so maybe they should have just had Kristanna Loken strutting around in that skin-tight red outfit.

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