Gatorade has done it again. Or at least that what they tell me. The office is buzzing about this new spot that is called "Winning Formula." I somehow haven't seen it yet, even though it ran twice during Game 1 and Game 2 of the World Series. Here's how it goes. Michael Jordan heaves up that famous last second shots against the Cleveland Cavs from the 1989 playoffs, but instead of making it, clanks it. Remember that amazing flip by Derek Jeter in Game Four of the 2001 AL Division Series against the Oakland A's? Well, this time the A's Jeremy Giambi is called safe instead of out. Then comes Joe Montana's pass to Dwight Clark in the 1982 playoffs, except in the commercial Dwight doesn't catch the paul and the 49ers don't get a touchdown. According to the Chicago Tribune, Gatorade's advertising firm, Element 79, considered messing with many other endings including Flutie to Phelan, Christian Laettner's buzzer-beater and Brandi Chastain's kick that won the 1999 Women's World Cup. The point of the commercial seems to be that you have to have everything, including a drink like Gatorade, in order to make the big plays. When I see this commercial, I will get back to you. In the meantime, for anyone who has seen this, please weigh in!