Puppies Do the 'Rudy' Slow Clap in CarMax Super Bowl Spot

Mike Krumboltz
Yahoo TV

CarMax has released two different Super Bowl spots. They're very similar, save for one teeny-tiny difference. Can you figure it out?

Here's the first version of the "Slow Clap" spot, which will air in a 30-second format on game night:

And here's the other version, which will be shown only on the Web:

Stumped? Look closely and you'll notice that in the second version, none of the actors are wearing pants (we missed it the first time, too). A bold move that makes the clip very buzzy but too risqué for a Super Bowl TV audience.

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Both spots are homages to the classic underdog film "Rudy," in which the titular character, played by Sean Astin (who has a cameo in the fully-clothed version) receives a slow clap for his accomplishments at Notre Dame.

Which one do you like better? Leave a comment below.

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