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This Is Us Is Still Making Amends with Crock-Pot In Super Bowl Ad

Crock-Pot Gate continues. After This Is Us revealed that the cause of the house fire that killed the patriarch of the Pearson Five began by way of a faulty Crock-Pot, the company found itself on the defensive, ensuring fans on social media that its products do not, as the episode suggests,... Read More > Other Links From This Is Us Milo Ventimiglia
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