This week’s “hero” rating goes to KFC for their epic apology after running out of… chicken (we kid you not).
This week’s “zero” rating goes to Toyota for its new Prado TV commercial.
It features a couple on a birdwatching expedition.
It’s lame, and actual birdwatchers hate it.
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