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Via: Seven News
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Look closely and you'll see the pained eyes of a young lad who just had his dignity demolished, ego eradicated, and manhood quite literally assailed. The fact that this interaction takes place on live TV, no less, is beyond comprehension. Are the Aussies hurting that bad for new show ideas? I mean for real. What the f*ck are they smoking down unda, and can I have some?

Via: Classic News Be Funny
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The team chemistry is strong with these ones, huh? All sarcasm aside, I'd genuinely enjoy watching these two unfortunately paired co-workers try to make it through a series of news segments without being outright overcome with the burning desire to tear each other's heads off.

Via: News Be Funny Videos
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I'll be the first to admit, 'you the real MVP' has quickly become one of the more painfully overused compliments thrown around.

In this fail-themed compilation of live news segments gone spectacularly wrong, Bill Murray is the shining beacon of unforgiving brilliance, the realest MVP, when he rains down sweet savagery on an irritating reporter during their interview. 

Via: LastWeekTonight
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It's no surprise that our reality-TV gameshow host-in-chief lies constantly. He lives in a reality distrotion field that would make Steve Jobs jealous. It'd be amazing, really, if weren't so dangerous for literally every single person on planet Earth. So John Oliver really, really wants to burst that bubble, and he's putting the truth where Trump can see it. 

We all know that Trump likes to watch cable news. He makes it a habit of tweeting about it and even calling in to them as these shows are airing. So Last Week Tonight is running a series of commercial featuring a cowboy that switches from talking about catheters to the nuclear triad in a way that even he can understand. So while Trump is eating his morning taco bowl, let's hope he gets some medicine with his sugar. 

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