Always On Season 5 bloopers! Video
Always On Season 5 bloopers! Video Transcript
-Hi. I'm Molly Wood and welcome to Always On, the show where we're usually taking tech into the real world. But this week, it's my favorite episode of the year: Bloopers. We also have a special behind-the-scenes sneak peek so you can see all the hardwork that goes into making the show and how much we all love each other. I really appreciate you guys watching. We all appreciate you watching. Enjoy. Welcome to Always On. I am Molly Wood and this is the show where we take tech into the real world. On today's show, we are talking-- Because I said real world, so why I couldn't-- weird. I couldn't think of-- It's so weird. Okay. Three, two-- Oh. That's totally up in the game-- In a moment. I heard noises. Welcome back, everybody. Coming up on the show, it's a door. Oh, no. What? [unk] That's not funny. I'm just gonna pause. Sorry. I just went over there and made a mess like I was in a room or something. So, I think I'll-- Wait a second. Sorry. But the rest of the world isn't doing that. I didn't-- -Probably, we're running two seconds. Take that part. -Can CNET's editor's favorite TV handle water, rage quit-- Quit? Slash Always On. I just hear nothing but chaos. That was not professional. Three, two-- Three two-- -What's up? -Three-- Yeah, you're right it's a girl thing. Three, two-- That's it for this week, everyone. Coming up next week on Always On, we get a unique look inside a world-class music streaming venue, like, what is wrong with people. -What's wrong with you? -Okay? All right. Three-- -I can see that here in front. There you go, that's the guy. -To find out how-- Yeah. It was like a truck and wind and-- I was destined for failure. -Molly, please clap. -Thank you. -Sorry. -Oh. -Sorry. -Oh. I am practicing my clapping. I'm getting too good at it. -No, I didn't see it. -One, two, three. -Ridiculoso. -All right. -We could clap one more time if you want. It's just-- -What's your name? -Molly. -Molly, I'm Robyn. Nice to meet you. -Nice to meet you. All right. So, I just go in there and try that today. The lady talking into her phone, walking very fast. There you go. You can do it across the street. Okay. What the-- Hello? Lay it here on this poop. This poop. I'm gonna put it right in the poop. Really, guys? Okay. -Can I go? -Yeah. -You don't know a duckface? Hey, you have-- I got a Tumblr blog for you. It's all-- It's pictures of all the girls who every time they get their photo taken go like this. And then it just gets more and more insane, like there's the ones that get the lip injections and then they're like-- -One more time. If you could do it, do it right, please. You've gotta win your one job here. -There's a bomb dying behind me. Can you hear that at all? He's just taken all of my will power not to burst into song right now. Okay. -Do it. We need a blooper. -I am lost. -Play soccer for you. -You guys are just messing with me, aren't you? He's trying to make me throw up, but it's not gonna work. The magic is gone, Bob. Put it back. -Hi. -How are you doin'? -How are you? -[unk] Look at you. Live show. -And three, two, one. -Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Always On live at Viewing Party. It is episode 53. It is the penultimate episode of the season. [unk] -Hey, guys. This is the Always On podcast studio, audio podcast studio B at CNET, where we do Always On Live every Tuesday. Check it out all my bells and whistles here on my buttons. Check it out. -And [unk] Always On crew. -We have a total of eight. We usually only use about three to six depending on the situation. Here's part of the gear. You know, we take it out and the backpack still covered with mud from veal. Sticking mounts, these have been the NASA LCD screens, sticky mounts that we couldn't get to work in the snow and took a lot of heat for but, you know, now, we're very experienced, very experienced. -Inside this box, I have a unicorn. This is my precious. Yes. This is definitely something that it's so hard to get a hold of. It is the gold iPhone 5S. Because Alison and I are just an amazing team, we were able to make it happen, so-- yes. -Hey, guys. -Hello. -You [unk] more of my favorite stuff and it's been so fun to watch. -Oh, no, at 200 degree. Oh, no. -I love working for this team. I absolutely love it. -I don't even see the red light. Always On is always fun. It's been great. -I think my favorite was the live show at CES when Molly and Brian were torturing the iPad and freezing GoPros and destroying stuff for the live audience, hundreds of people screaming and yelling. That was-- I think that was my favorite moment this year in Always On, for sure. -[unk] -All right. So, that is it for this week's show. Tuning in, thank you guys for coming out. I always appreciate it. It's so nice hanging out in the chat room. You're wonderful and just see you next week. Happy Tuesday. -All right.
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