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Okay, we don’t really have any super-cool detective skills, but we know how to use google and we had a little too much free time on our hand.It surprisingly didn’t take us too long to figure out who Courtney is.The best TV commercials are often funny, and they're almost never straightforward in their attempt to sell the product.Instead, they make you laugh, think, and feel as you watch the creative efforts of the team unfold on the screen.It’s probably all the high-resolution trip pictures and shots of her on the beach.Now, you’re probably wondering if this is actually her or if we just stumbled upon a lookalike who happened to have the same name as Courtney.The most viscerally compelling were the Darren Aronofsky spots with Times photojournalists narrating harrowing true stories, punctuated by their cameras’ shutter sounds.Samsung, “Ostrich” Agency: Leo Burnett VR has been notoriously difficult to advertise on regular video, but this playful and inspired spot from Samsung found a way in—via a flightless bird who learns to virtually soar.

She ends the commercial by saying that if you’re out there and you match her criteria, you should come find her.

Burger King, “Google Home of the Whopper” Agency: David Miami It’s been a strong year for Burger King advertising, and this was its most audacious gambit—a TV spot that intentionally got people’s Google Home devices to unexpectedly start yapping about the Whopper. Burger King, “Burning Stores” Agency: David Miami BK also produced one of the best print campaigns of the year, with its “Burning Stores” ads showing real photos of actual BK locations on fire. The Cannes Grand Prix winner in Print was authentic, self-deprecating and flat-out ballsy.

The New York Times, “The Truth Is Hard to Find” Agency: Droga5In a year of mighty political upheaval, the Times used a remarkable series of ads to urge consumers to value, and pay for, the truth that journalism uncovers.

During this year's Super Bowl, Bumble showcased a new 'The Ball is in Her Court' commercial that stars tennis all-star athlete Serena Williams.

Bumble is a dating and networking platform that is designed for women to enable the initial conversation.

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