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Matthew Broderick’s ‘Ferris Bueller’ commercial hits the Internet. Oh, yeah!


Oh, yeah! Matthew Broderick's Super Bowl commercial is finally here, and it seems that 26 years later, Ferris Bueller's day off is a little bit lonelier.

The highly anticipated Honda CR-V commercial, which will air Sunday on NBC during the Super Bowl, features Broderick spoofing the famous 1986 flick "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." According to Honda's YouTube upload, it "hid over two dozen references to the movie throughout the commercial." The nods we found to the iconic John Hughes movie include Broderick faking sick ("How can I handle work on a day like today?"), singing on the streets, and being called "Broderick? Broderick?" by a slow, monotone voice.

But, unlike his popular onscreen character, Broderick's day off seems a little lonely. Watching him visit the Natural History Museum by himself makes us miss Sloane and Cameron!

How many "Bueller" references can you spot?

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