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Category:Humor, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:CNN, Diarrhea, Dumb and Dumber, jeff daniels
Submitted:roughnready66
Date:12/10/10
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Comment count is 12
Riskbreaker
There's a metaphor somewhere.
Adramelech
More like CNN very appropriately cuts to Dumb and Dumber.
Rudy
Took the initiative...


Took the initiative...


Took the initiative...
Xenocide
This confirms it: old SNL sketches have begun coming true.

Does this mean someone is going to shoot Chris Elliot? Maybe it's already happened but no one noticed.
The Mothership
Heh, nice one.

The McK
I think the most interesting thing here is that CNN has that clip, complete with source notice, on file. Exactly what circumstances, aside from maybe the death of Jeff Dunne, are you going to need that for?
Xenocide
CNN played the clip the day Loud Dobbs left. Jeff Daniels represented CNN.

vissarion
This confirms what I've been telling everyone I know for years: everybody at CNN is drunk.
Mother_Puncher
They can get away with this because no one watches CNN anymore unless it's to watch Anderson Cooper become the next Messiah.
Walker
I was laughing before the clip even started. Good anticipation.
kennydra
yeah, this was almost as good as "talk show inexplicably cuts to picture of cat eating spaghetti"

Caminante Nocturno
If he had played it off as metaphorical commentary he probably would have been given a raise.
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