I've seen it all during TV live shots. Sometimes people grab you or shout obscenities while you are either on the air or preparing to be. You just have to roll with it. Some people are completely unfazed by pandemonium. Absolutely elite focus and execution here by this reporter pic.twitter.com/ZsfM9KEXP1 — Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 6, 2021 Others are not. After the first guy touched me I started rolling... this isn't even all of it. So uncomfortable. Can we please respect people's space pic.twitter.com/1r0VQVoBoq — Lyndsey Gough (@LGonTV) September 5, 2021 It's usually the social media know-it-alls who create a false narrative that gains steam. In this case, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly tried to be funny in a postgame interview with Katie George but it fell
Stumble. Bumble. Fumble. It's what we do. PHOTO OF THE YEAR: women's march, January 2017 -- Me too? Im guessing that's a NO. ALL-TIME CLASSIC BLOOPER FOR MY PILOT BUDDIES:
Lexington native Jim Varney tickled the funny bones of millions through his career as an actor, comedian, musician, and commercial pitchman. He was most famous for his TV commercials where he played the annoying neighbor Ernest P. Worrell, constantly intruding on the never-seen neighbor "Vern." Here is a terrific reel of classic commercials and bloopers from those commercial shoots. The commercial character launched Varney into a series of silly theater movies based on the premise of "Ernest Goes To..." Jim Varney died in 2000 at age 50 but Ernest lives on.
The best News Bloopers from February 2014. Great stuff.