Those of us with digital cable, and those of you with your “legal” dishes will enjoy these!

Homer Simpson is going to the Super Bowl on Sunday.
The animated star of “The Simpsons” will headline a 30-second MasterCard ad – one of several funky spots airing during Sunday’s Big Game.
The Homer spot, part of MasterCard’s ongoing “Priceless” campaign, is titled “The Simpsons” and highlights a typical day for Homer, who runs some errands so he’ll be able to spend more time with Marge and the kids.
Homer’s first stop is the Kwik-E-Mart, where he grabs a six-pack of Duff, a hot dog, potato chips and some doughnuts as the voiceover intones “Diapers, milk and laundry detergent . . . $25” (“Oh yeah, and the stuff he said,” Homer responds).
And so it goes, with Homer getting his oil changed (as a swarm of bees eat his doughnut), visiting his barber and ending up at Moe’s Tavern – where he’s served a beer and toasts the voiceover.
“Getting your errands done quicker to spend more time with your family . . . Priceless,” says the voiceover, before repeating itself more sternly a second time.
“Yeah, yeah, I heard you the first time,” Homer replies. “Stupid voiceover.”
Pepsi, meanwhile, will air an ad featuring about 20 teens – including 14-year-old Staten Island resident Annie Leith – who were sued for unauthorized downloading of music from the Internet.
The ad, for the “Pepsi iTunes Giveaway,” will inaugurate a new campaign in which Pepsi is offering up to 100 million free (and legal) downloads from Apple’s iTunes for a two-month period.
During the ad, Leith holds a Pepsi and says, “We are still going to download music for free off the Internet,” according to published reports.