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GEICO is one of the most prolific advertisers in the United States, along with telephone companies AT&T and Verizon.
A spin-off TV series, titled Cavemen and starring new actors, debuted on ABC in October 2007 to overwhelmingly negative critical reaction.
It was canceled after only six episodes were aired.
The conservative Christian group that monitors children’s programming issued a statement to condemn the clip.
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However, this is offset by not paying agents commissions, since GEICO uses a direct to consumer model.