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Aliens, Scott Baio star in AFM’s 2016 Super Bowl ad

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Avocados from Mexico, whose 2015 Super Bowl ad spot received critical acclaim from media pundits, is returning to the Big Game lineup again in 2016.

This year’s ad, which will air in the first quarter, features a group of aliens being led through an interplanetary museum, viewing various displays representing “the bounty of Earth.”

Among the exhibits on the tour are a Rubik’s Cube, the emoji alphabet and Scott Baio. The final display is an avocado tree, where the group stops to sample some guacamole and is informed that avocados from Mexico are available year-round.

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