One of BBC’s most infamous blunders happened in 2006. One of its news shows was supposed to interview a tech expert named Guy Kewney about a lawsuit involving Apple and the Beatles. Instead, they went live with Guy Goma, who was there for a job interview.
(PG-13: Language) Tyrion can’t say “benevolent”, Danaerys can’t speak Valyrian and Theon falls into an icy lake in HBO’s all too short blooper real for Game of Thrones’ previous season. That’s not how you wink, Jon Snow.
In a rare moment of brilliance for the Chicago Cubs, pitcher Jon Lester had to improvise when the baseball got stuck in his glove. He tossed the entire glove and ball to get the man out at first. Naturally, the Cubs went on to lose anyhow.
(NSFW: Language) May 2014 was a banner month for television journalism, as is evidenced by NewsBeFunny’s compilation of crazy moments during news broadcasts. Do these guys all have their minds in the gutter, or is it just us?
In a recent football match between Danish clubs FC Nordsjælland and Randers FC, a shot attempt is lobbed over to the stands. This spectator casually tried to pull off a fancy kick instead of just moving out of the way. Bad decision.
The ordinarily sober BBC News gave viewers a laugh when news anchor Simon McCoy started his show holding a pack of bond paper, having mistaken it for his iPad. Makes you wonder why he needs an iPad in the first place.
(NSFW: Language) It’s always amusing to us when we see someone flub some line or do something they shouldn’t be doing on live television. This compilation of international live news fails does the trick. (Thanks Dylan!)
(NSFW: Language) Tonight! A reporter is sick of being out in the snow, an anchorwoman is red-faced and speechless and a witty anchorman introduces us to the “caboose pistol.” All that and more in this month’s news bloopers.
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