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20/20 Anchor To Drunk Man Who Allowed His 9-Year-Old To Drive: “C’mon Man”


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“C’mon man” is a popular segment on ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown studio show, wherein Chris Berman, Tom Jackson and co. revisit the week’s boneheaded plays and punctuate each with a “C’mon man.” 20/20 anchor Chris Cuomo is obviously a fan of the show, which we saw as he revisited a boneheaded play from real life: a Detroit man’s decision to entrust designated driving duties to his 9-year-old. C’mon man, indeed.

[20/20, via tipster @byondcre8tive ]


  • Jon

    You mean espn stole c’mon man from Ed lovers c’mon son.

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    The father who let his son drive is a Dumbass!!

  • Anonymous

    Jesus, what a hard-hitting, controversial stand. 

    At least Mario can be proud of Andrew.

  • Cecelia

    My father used to take my brothers and me out on country roads and let us drive as soon as we could see over the steering wheel.   He enjoyed it and sat back in his seat completely unconcerned that one us might get the rest of us killed.

  • Anonymous

    It was dumb man should be in jail he is unfit to be a parent worse dad of year award should go to this idiot & moron.

  • gosteelers

    I don’t think that he did such a horrible thing….really? He should be in jail??? Drug dealers should be in jail, not dads who teach their kids to drive. I admit that doing this while being drunk is wrong but really? I think the worse dad of the year should go to all those dads who are never their for their kids leading them to become drug dealers.


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