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That's not a green screen. James Burke had to do this take with perfect timing, and the crew had to get everything right on the money. The result is pretty badass.

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This guy got a call from his mom at 3:30 saying her car alarm was going off, so he went to check it out. Turns out there was a bear in there. How did it get in, you ask? Well he's got your answer.

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Never have I ever been so amazed by a performer's ability to exercise control over the audience. 

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Just imagine if George Foreman accidentally struck the bag holder in the hands. His punches look as powerful as lightning strikes. 

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If you look very closely you'll notice that she greatly enjoys playing the drums. 

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News people have a ton of cues and time spent on live TV, so they're routinely guilty of on-air mistakes. In this case, that mistake was the classic "I so pale."

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Described as vinegar-ey but without reportedly containing any vinegar, Leslie Horton's artichoke dip went horribly wrong. She admitted it, but for some reason still brought it in to share. And they still ate it. And they paid for it. Not a good look.

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This is actually amazing. Just imagine a live video feed of the ocean if this were able to be applied? Could be some mind-blowing stuff.