The Apprentice Best Bits has left fans in stitches after they were reminded of the iconic moment Elizabeth McKenna was defeated by chickens.
Remember season 13 when the stars were tasked with the challenge of launching a brand new car?
Well, the BBC has blessed us all by replaying one of the most hilarious scenes of the series to date.
While coming up with a concept for their campaign, the candidates had to think of a location they could film their advert to help sell the vehicle.
And Elizabeth’s team fell foul when realising they’d booked a medieval town instead of an English country village.
‘What has that got to do with cars?’ Lord Alan Sugar snapped down the camera. ‘Chickens? A wishing well?’
‘I don’t mean to be funny James, but we are scuppered,’ Elizabeth confessed.
However, their loss was our gain as we got to see the hopeful take on a flock of chickens.
Clambering out of the car, Elizabeth started to flap her arms around as she ran towards the birds.
‘Get out of the way! Get out of the way,’ she shouted at while chasing them around a field.
Karren Brady was re-watching the scene and giggled: ‘I remember that!’
And it turns out viewers also remembered the stunning moment, and took to Twitter in hysterics.
‘Elizabeth & Sajan honestly made the best of a bad situation with that ad,’ one wrote alongside a string of laughing face emojis while another simply said: ‘The chickens!’
Someone else added: ‘Playing 90s rave in a medieval village I’m crying!!!’
At the time, the team were crucified in the boardroom, where Lord Sugar told them: ‘I’ve got to say, that is a terrible TV advert.’
‘Sajan [Shah],’ he pressed. ‘You were supposed to be the director. God knows what that was supposed to be. You were making it up as you were going on here.
‘The chickens, you made it look like you were going to run them over. It reminds me of why did the chicken cross the road? They’re lucky they didn’t come your way.’
He wasn’t wrong! But it was great viewing.
The Apprentice Best Bits airs Thursdays at 9pm on BBC One.
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