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Cursing On Air
Oh hey there crazy lady with a mohawk, go right ahead and wish your mom a happy birthday while cursing on live television. No word on the type of trouble, however. [With Leather]
Vin Scully will be returning to the Dodgers’ broadcast booth for another year of being old and fantastic. The news is exciting for L.A.; so exciting, in fact, that it’s causing the city’s local news anchors to spontaneously curse on the air. Video, after the jump.
Delight Yourself With A Sports Anchor Saying “Son Of A Bitch” On Live TV, Then Getting Pulled Off The Air
Ah, the time-honored tradition of anchors saying things they shouldn’t say on live television because they do not realize they are on live television. While it’s generally tough not to feel bad for the anchors in question, it’s also tough not to laugh. After the jump, see what we mean.
We see arguments with referees, on the part of both players and coaches, happen all the time. We might have an idea of what’s being said, but in general, we don’t get the full flavor of the back-and-forth. Today, by accident, we got a much more, um, detailed glimpse.
Last year, when GQ did a comedy issue, the self-described theme of it was, “What’s never not funny?” Well, we don’t remember if “people cursing on programs that: 1) air live, and 2) are not supposed to feature cursing” was featured anywhere in the magazine, but we can safely say it is, indeed, never not funny. Proof after the jump, courtesy of Phillies manager Charlie Manuel.
FOX Cuts To Audio Of Jimmie Johnson’s Crew Chief, Who Promptly Drops An F-Bomb For The World To Hear
Jimmie Johnson’s no. 48 Chevy gave out with five laps to go, and his crew chief was a little upset.
During Saturday’s ESPN telecast of the Oklahoma City – Dallas game, there was a slight mishap when the studio guys went to sideline reporter Doris Burke. And by “slight mishap,” I mean it looked like Burke had no idea she was on TV.
Baseball players are cursing loudly on TV, which can only mean one thing: the changing of the seasons is approaching.
CBS microphones picked up an N-bomb from UConn’s Kemba Walker right before he was interviewed by Mr. Masters himself, Jim Nantz. Luckily, we have video of that one shining moment.
On the way to UConn not losing the national championship tonight, a microphone accidentally picked up a curse and sent it out on the air. This was much, much more entertaining than the game itself.