OK, you win.
I was not intending to post this but not doing so is essentially saying this didn't happen in 2013. It most certainly did and still wildly confounds the mind, still, to this day how it made air; how it got by ALL the various people who are paid well and are smart to catch these types of "jokes" before bad things happen.
Yet, shit, it made air.
This is not some local deal. It's received over 11 million views on YouTube and it was red meat topicalitus inside every newsroom in America. And the living room and kitchen too. To insist that it was merely some Bay Area TV prank is simply a case of being in denial. And while no one, me included, wants to pile on our good friends at KTVU, this brief 30-odd seconds of video continues to boggle the mind.
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