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Oprah: Jeep Super Bowl Commercial - Watch Now!

Oprah: Jeep Super Bowl Commercial - Watch Now!

Oprah Winfrey narrates this inspirational commercial for Jeep, which aired during the 2013 Super Bowl.

“When you’re home, we’re more than a family. We are a nation… that is whole again,” the 59-year-old television personality says in the commercial about troops returning from overseas.

“Proudly supporting our nation’s heroes. The best of what we’re made of. Jeep.” the commercial touchingly ends.

“It was a moment that resonated to my core …here is the ‘Whole Again’ spot from the #SuperBowl” Oprah tweeted during the game, along with a link to the commercial. Check it out below!

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20 Comments

# 1

rough to watch.
people don’t know what military families go thru.
good to remind Americans.

# 2

AWESOME commercial! So glad our families are remembered and honored~

# 3

Drove me nuts trying to figure out if that was her. Some moments she sounded completely different, and I couldn’t figure out what she would be doing for a Jeep commercial, but I was right.

# 4

Commercial would be a lot better if someone else was narrating it. Oprah does not give this commercial justice. Now Morgan Freeman or Jame Earl Jones would have put this commercial over the top. If I were to rate this commercial I would only give it a three only because of the narrator.

# 5
Laura Harrison @ 02/04/2013 at 2:13 am

Lynn it doesn’t matter who Narrated this, it had real meaning to the American People. I am a retired Military wife. Its nice to know that the Men and Women were remembered at Super Bowl.

# 6
Thomas Paine @ 02/04/2013 at 2:37 am

…..Your Congress never declared war on any country. You are fighting for my dad’s companies of oil and drugs ( heroin & weed ). No other country invaded or declared war on your country. Sure, there are many that do not like your country, but it is not the same as a declaration of war. Thanks, for your sacrifice, but it is not to protect your country. When you come to this truth, it will still not sink into your heads, because you have lived the lie for so long. oh by the way, Jeep is made in China.

# 7

I hate these sentimental car ads Americans make. It’s just a freakin’ car!

# 8
3bluestardad @ 02/04/2013 at 6:18 am

It’s the next morning and I’m still crying. I have triplet boys who now serve people have NO IDEA how we feel and think. We AMERICANS need to step away from the glamor/gossip of what’s not important and get back to the fundamentals of what FAMILY is all about.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for making this commercial and opening people’s eyes to see how we all sacrifice every single day.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU to ever single person who served/serves our country. Words can’t express enough the gratitude.
THE BEST GIFT IS FREEDOM. Don’t take advantage of it APPRECIATE IT. Thanks again. Come home safe and WE LOVE YOU ALL

# 9

You are the best Oprah!!!

@lol: Whose the idiot! It’s not about the car!

It’s unbelievable how gullible Americans are. These commercials get more crass and shameless by the year.

Billy Virman @ 02/04/2013 at 11:10 am

This ad is just damage control for a company that has sold American workers out by moving to China. do you actually think that they have a single care about anything other than sales! They made this ad to pander to our sentiments and sell a vehicle that is going to be made in China by slave labor!

oprah sucks @ 02/04/2013 at 11:12 am

the narrator ruined this. the effects on her voice mainly. sounds metallic, robotic, transformerish.

Maybe you should do some research so you don’t ignorantly post incorrect information…the Wrangler is made in Toledo, Ohio and the Grand Cherokee is made in Detroit, MI.

deb kettler @ 02/04/2013 at 7:15 pm

All I can say is we are protected by these people….like it or not Dodge saluted them and their families and we should all admire that….Get a life and realize we must be positive and look forward!!!! LOVE STRONG!!!!

This was by far the best commercial that NOBODY in talking about. This commercial made me tear up, NOT some horse running down the street…

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