It’s been a busy Tuesday for Bill Murray.
You don't just walk away from a Lawrence O'Donnell interview — especially when he hasn't started asking you anything yet. When George Zimmerman's lawyer Craig Sonner canceled his appearance on The Last Word at the very last-minute, Lawrence O'Donnell decided to interview the chair where Sonner would have sat.
On Monday night's Last Word on MSNBC, Lawrence O'Donnell paid tribute to legendary director Sidney Lumet, who died in April and was memorialized at Lincoln Center on Monday afternoon. He did it by playing clips from some of Lumet's most memorable movies, but when the tribute got to a scene of Philip Seymour Hoffman from Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, the audience was treated to an unedited F-bomb—and a good one at that! Video of the entertaining oversight is above. [via Business Insider]