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There are worse ways to let down your family, but damn, getting a simple question so confidently wrong has gotta sting. Especially when she gets mocked by the host. Given that it's Family Feud Canada, she probably feels real sorry right about now.

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Listen, we know magic is fake, but it can at least be done well. The actual "jump" itself happens around the four minute mark, and holy crap, this has to be a kids show, right? Explosion!

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Apparently "kick me" signs are out and there's a new thing to put on someone's back before they absent-mindedly walk through a live news report.

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Not saying we could do much better, but damn these guys are slipping and sliding all over the place. The whole thing is just one big panic. Remember, crime doesn't pay, especially if you're this bad at it.

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Clearly there's a little bit of a history between these two. 

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In February 2013, a Montana TV station was interrupted with a real-seeming emergency broadcast system update that bodies were rising from their graves, and they were considered extremely dangerous. A few people called the police to verify if the news was true. The TV station itself said that the message didn't originate from them, and officials never really figured out who the mysterious hoaxers were, just that they orginated from some "overseas source." Here's the admittedly convincing emergency alert.

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Technically it's not their lock that's the problem. It's the existing deadbolt that's too strong. What you're watching is a man breaking down a door as if his entire career depends on it (because it does), while potential investors laugh. To get the job done, Alex eventually has to pull out his signature move. The flying kick.

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TV Head Guy Places Televisions on Fifty Virginia Doorsteps

Recently a mysterious figure using an old TV set as a mask delivered a bunch of old TVs to 50 people's doorsteps. Here's the full Washington Post story, but mostly people were intrigued by the strange nature of the act. The police weren't even sure if any crimes were actually being committed. Is the TV Head Guy just someone who needs to get rid of a bunch of TVs? Is this performance art? Apparently a similar TV doorstep thing has happened in that area in the past, so maybe people will just have to get used to it. Perhaps the creepiness of it is worthy of a cursed image? Either way, anything can happen out there, people see weird and creepy stuff at night.

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Writer Tweets Hilarious "Bot Written" Queer Eye Script

Keaton Patti is a wonderfully weird writer who's behind other "bot written" scripts such as this John Wick script, as well as this Diner's Drive-Ins and Dives script. He claims that each one is written by a computer program that has consumed over a thousand hours of their respective content, but since the amount of content for each doesn't come close to a thousand hours, we're not so sure about that process. Either way, we love these.

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"Some people thought you were being disrespectful" And then she proceeds to tell Bill Burr to "Google it." Well that got him going on an absolutely savage tear. 

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This lady has to realize that this bedroom would be like sleeping in a pile of puke, right? Then she has the audacity to ignore the fact this lady is just being polite. Is this what reality TV is now? Ruining people's homes and telling them their taste is wrong?

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We've seen it before in tons of reality competition tv shows. Someone's leaving the show and they get to make a final statement. But this guy, holy crap this guy. We're pretty sure the first half of this guy's speech is ripped from Rocky Balboa in 2006. The rest is uh... the rest is hard to put into words. Like it's literally hard to spell.

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Game of Thrones might be over, but that doesn't mean that we don't want that (much needed) apology for how things shook out over Season 8. You could say that fans were just a little bit disappointed. That being said, this deep fake of Jon Snow apologizing for Game of Thrones Season 8 is pure gold. 

Check out 10 Game of Thrones fails if you're in the mood for more Game of Thrones gold now. 

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Very rude and bad parenting of Dr. Phil to talk to his son that way! Creator of "Bum Fights" Ty Beeson, definitely pulled a hot one on Dr. Phil here. What a mess.