I've heard from students that some organization of fast food workers has complained about the Kevin Federline commercial, which I found hilarious. I haven't read about any such complaints, however.
And now, a suicide-prevention group is complaining about GM's robot ad.
I take back what I said about the Federline commercial. From the link above:
The ad is the latest from the Super Bowl to come under fire. Earlier this week, a commercial for Snickers candy bars was benched after complaints that it was homophobic. And aspiring rapper Kevin Federline apologized after a restaurant trade group said it was insulted by an ad that starred him as a fast-food worker.
Of the three, the complaint about the GM ad is the closest to being reasonable (in my very humble opinion). But come on. If your self-esteem is depreciated by a freakin' Super Bowl commercial, you need more help than just having the commercial yanked.