If you take the dilly-ing rate and extend it, you're slightly over 13 dillys for a 60-second ad. You could again play conservatively and, knowing that dillys have thus far only come in twos, assume 13 dillys means 12. Now, the bet is how many dillys over the course of the entire Super Bowl broadcast. It would take just one broadcaster, fan or player saying "dilly dilly" to push it over the 12.5 threshold if the commercial did come in at 12 dillys.
We don't have an inside track on this, and we're not advocating gambling, but if you're looking at the numbers historically, it seems like taking the over on 12.5 dillys during the game isn't a bad guess. Then again, everything you just read is utter nonsense. Congratulations on reading it all. High five.