If you’re not a TV news reporter, it may seem to you that the trend of yelling “fuck her right in the pussy!” on live TV broadcasts, considered the cutting edge of comedy last year, has mercifully faded away. But this Canadian reporter still hears it from rude idiots “every single day, 10 times a day,” and she’s not going to take it anymore.
Robert Kovacik, a reporter for NBC Los Angeles, managed to stay calm during a live news segment on Thursday night in which he shared camera time with a cockroach that probably just wanted to be on TV. To his credit, Kovacik did not let the attention-whore bug ruin the shot. As any good top model would know, the best thing to do in this situation is kiss the roach, but if that's not an option, staring straight ahead works just fine too.
BBC host Myleene Klaas farted audibly on the live National Lottery TV show on Wednesday evening. Immediately after ripping ass (unless it was a loud belly rumble?) she breaks into a wide grin and giggles. Off camera, another host chortles.
On the Today Show this morning, Meredith Vieira played a video game designed to show the dangers of driving while distracted. Among those dangers: cursing on air. Video inside.
2009 had its fair share of things that didn't go exactly according to plan. F-bombs, dry-humping, real humping, and lots of unforeseen stupidity. Here are the 12 best things that weren't supposed to happen on TV, but luckily, they did.