I always thought fishing was supposed to be a relaxing experience. It would be just you and your friends relaxing with a couple of beers on hand as you wait for something, anything, to nibble on your fishing line. But after watching this blooper reel of Bill Dance, host of Bill Dance Outdoors, the whole outdoor activity is starting to seem less blissful and more stressful. The video is funny, don’t get me wrong, but I can’t be the only one now worrying about all the things I can (and probably) will go wrong the next time I go fishing (which in reality, isn’t any time soon).
This best of news bloopers compilation starts off with a bang when two newscasters have a very naughty conversation about a sausage competition (“like for eating?”). The mashup combines the very best worst moments from live newscasts over the whole year. It includes Sweet Brown and that infamous Hurricane Horseman. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry. Most of all it will make you cover your eyes and CRINGE.
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To be this cute when I’m older!! Dan and his wife had a little trouble nailing a line while filming an ad for Dysart’s Restaurant. Who knew saying the line “Baked in a buttery flaky crust” could be so difficult? Variations included: Baked in a buttery flake crust. Baked in a buttery flavoured crust. Baked in a buttery crispy crust.
His wife got a little cross but couldn’t seem to get it right herself. At least they tried!
This year, there were a lot of live f*ck-ups on local news channels. Take it from NewsBeFunny, who put together a five part compilation of bloopers. We posted their previous cut, which included Tom Hanks’ f-bomb and Hurricane Sandy screw-ups.
This round, this best fail comes courtesy of two news anchors who mistake an epic movie set plane crash for being a legit catastrophe.
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Movie Clips TRAILERS re-edited scenes from the Twilight Saga into a parody of movie outtakes. While most bloopers (like The Avengers) are filled with laughter, practical jokes and flubbed lines, the hypothetical Twilight outtakes are just filled with awkward silences, bad acting and lovers’ quarrels.
The best fake outtakes go to Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, who show very little emotion towards each other yet can’t keep their hands off each other. It’s no wonder why Robert Pattinson storms off at the end. How is he supposed to work with such unprofessionals?
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Hurricane Sandy brought out its fair share of people who were “under the weather” on national television. Being cooped up indoors all day can understandably make people go a little stir crazy. That’s why CompilarizTV pulled together some of the best bloopers from the hurricane — though I don’t really consider them bloopers at all. Kudos to the dude at the end who recommends you prep with Scotch and cigarettes. That’s real journalism right there.
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It’s always hilarious to see that someone doesn’t take their job too seriously. During a traffic report on FOX news, the tech guy thought it would be funny to replace the mapped out green screen behind the reporter, with a live video of their other news correspondent. After that, looks like they both let loose and threw in a little Carlton dance.
The Avengers gag reel proves just how much fun the crew had on set, which isn’t hard to believe considering Robert Downey Jr. was there (he’s a rambunctious sorta fella). The DVD and Blu-ray editions don’t come out until Sept. 25, but this four-minute reel should tide you over until then.
Here are the three best scenes:
1. Superheroes are always coordinated — the direct antithesis the clumsy — especially Thor. However, in a scene with Chris Evans (Captain America) actor Chris Hemsworth (Thor) can’t catch his hammer and instead gracelessly bounces it from arm to arm like it’s a hacky sack. He gets points for never giving up though.
2. Evans demonstrates the difficulty of putting on some of the intricate and complicated gear during one scene. In the movie he puts on a parachute quite easily but in the gag reel we realize how difficult it actually was to put on. “Guess it doesn’t go up as smoothly as I was hoping,” he jokes.
3. After Clark Gregg (Agent Coulson) perfects his character’s death — which is notably hilarious — Cobie Smulders has a severe meltdown that we WISH made it in the movie, because you know, it’s so believable and all.