Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen for Prez? Comedians Join Forces in Super Bowl Beer Ad

01/22/2016 at 04:28 PM ET

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Bud Light

Considering the circus that is America’s current political scene, we honestly wouldn’t be surprised (or upset) if Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen ran for office.

The bit is a joke for now, at least. Bud Light released a new 30 second clip of their upcoming Super Bowl commercial, which features the two comedians getting ready for a political rally: slipping into panty hose (yes, both of them), putting on professional clothes and sipping beers.

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They put on buttons that say the “Bud Light Party,” which, again, sounds more compelling than many of of our political options.

The clip is just a teaser of the full ad, which will also feature Michael Pena, according to Variety.

The beer giant has been advertising during the Super Bowl for 30 years. According to Vibe, Anheuser-Busch will have three full minutes of advertising this year.

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The teaser of Rogen and Schumer excited for the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 7th, when we can engage in two of our favorite activities: judging commercials and eating snacks.

— Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda

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People.com can KMA.

Mila on

The female who put on panty hose with the flat tummy doesn’t match up with the female in the blue dress with the big gut. Hmmm.

joe on

Now , I enjoy wearing pantyhose as much as the next guy, but, to wear them on national t.v. ?

Algore on

A company has to be insane to turn to two self-important Leftists, one of whom completely lacks talent of any kind, to pitch its pis s watery product! Yet another reason I drink Coors Light…

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