The Most Egregious Product Placements in Movie & TV History

10 obvious attempts at brand integration, from 'E.T.' to 'The Internship'

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File under: Worst. TV show. Ever. OK, maybe not ever, but pretty damn close. Based on the popular Geico insurance ads that began in 2004, this short-lived ABC series – created by the same person who wrote the commercials – caught a lot of flak before being canceled midway through its first season in 2007. While not necessarily associated with the company, Geico received a royalty payment for use of their trademarked character.

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