The ETrade Super Bowl 2012 commercial with the talking baby has been released in full. The ETrade Baby reassures in the Big Game Day ad a new dad about planning for his daughter's future with ETrade Financial Consultants -- and his friend Bobby stops by for an unexpected surprise visit.
The new ETrade Super Bowl 2012 ad is a save play for ETrade. The baby is cute and the gag at the end is funny. There are though lots of better 2012 Super Bowl ads and ETrade will not have a chance at the top ranks in the 2012 Super Bowl Ad rankings. Watch the ETrade Super Bowl 2012commercial titled Fatherhood below.
The Super Bowl 2012 is taking place in Indianapolis on February 5th, 2012. Just like last year, I4U News will be featuring again the Super Bowl for Geeks Guide. Of course the Super Bowl 2011 for Geeks Guide will be all about the Super Bowl Commercials and not the game. Watch the first 2012 Super Bowl Ads in our Super Bowl Ad Video Gallery. For even more Super Bowl 2012 Ads coverage visit our new Super Bowl Ads Blog.
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