4. Mad Men didn't get its '60s ads quite right
While Utz was delighted when AMC featured its chips on season two of Mad Men, the company admits the depiction wasn't exactly on the mark. Utz's mascot has firmly been Salie, that little girl with the bow and painted cheeks, since the 1920s, so it wouldn't have hired a comedian spokesperson to rep it, much less a loudmouth like Jimmy Barrett. Still, it was pretty stoked for the free publicity, even if it got eclipsed by that, uh, very rude thing Don did to Jimmy's wife in the middle of dinner.