Hey. Y'know what really grinds my gears? When commercials claim that a show or movie is the "THE NUMBER ONE SHOW/MOVIE IN THE WORLD/COUNTRY!!" First off, what the f*ck does that even mean? For a movie, does it mean most ticket sales? In what time period? For a show, does it mean highest viewership? Highest ratings? Sometimes I think that they just make this sh*t up for commercials. I don't think there's any liability whatsoever. I think that any advertiser is allowed to say that their thing is "NUMBER ONE" without any requirement for truth or evidence or anything like that. It's not a legally binding statement, so they can just fling it around all they want because it sounds good. I don't think any of the data matters. In fact, I know it's often bullsh*t, because I know I've seen multiple commercials for different shows or movies at the same time, like sometimes on the same day, that all say some variety of their thing being #1. It's so f*cking stupid.