I seldom watch Super Bowl commercials, since I watch every play of the game and use the breaks to get food, socialize or run to the bathroom. So I missed the ad for the Toyota Camry, but advertising columnist Stuart Elliott of the New York Times gave it a thumbs up:
A commercial for the “reinvented” Toyota Camry reinvented Super Bowl advertising with what may be the first gay-friendly moment in a game spot. One character, an awkward guy, seems as accepting of finding seven hunks in his living room as he is of finding seven babes.
It also can be seen as the first bisexual-friendly Super Bowl ad.