Blooper reel 2012 Video
Blooper reel 2012 Video Transcript
-Hey, I'm Karyne Levy. -And I'm Emily Dreyfuss, and this is a very special episode of Rumor Has It coming to you not from the studio, but from our desks. Since it's the holiday season, we decided to bring you an entirely comedic show so that you can laugh at us. -More so than usual. So, you gather family around the computer and please enjoy our 2012 Blooper Reel. We work hard at gathering more rumors for next week. See you then. -Hey, I'm Karyne Levy. -And I'm Emily Dreyfuss. -And this is Rumor Has It. The show where we round up the biggest-- -Of half shooters. What just happened? -And vote on which ones sound legit. -Awesome. -Yes. -No, it's fine. No, no, no. No, no, it's fine. I guess I'm gonna make you sing Rihanna song just like a duck. -I am absolutely not gonna dress like a duck. I don't like ducks. If it looks like a duck -It doesn't matter -and walks like a duck -It doesn't-- -I'm not dressing like that. -Fine, we'll dress you as a banana, all right. -I just wanted to be a hotdog. Try to find that costume. -Yeah, but I might ask. Somebody needs to send HTC as the source so that they can come up with some new words for their-- -Sorry. I agree with you. -What do I say? -Somebody needs to send HTC at the source so that they can add some new vocal words that-- shoot-- -So, tell me-- part of it -Yeah. -Somebody needs to send HTC-- -I don't if 2013 is really too close or too far way. I don't know what I was gonna say. I mean and wish-- I didn't know what I was really gonna say. I don't know, which camera is pithing to it too. So, that's-- -Yeah. -My-- -So your-- Yeah, that one. -Okay. -Okay. -When are we gonna see the new console? -This is why I pitch the question to every-- okay-- to the same camera. -To your camera. -My camera. -Donald's camera, the one that's his own thing. -A, B, C, 1, 2, 3 baby you and me girl. -Girl only. Alright. -Oh. -Right, except not so fast because remember that Microsoft already demoed connect technology and it's ford-- That's not what happened. That's not what happened at all. -The new device would be 5 inches tall. Then, it would support LTE. It would have a car-- it would have a car. It would-- -It's better than iPhone. -It would fit under the car in case you're wondering. -That would be higher than the 325 pixels per inch on the iPhone 5 retina display. -326. -Oh, dammit. -That's okay, you turn in. -When reach for a-- -Nope. -Next up, the updated virgi-- virgin. -Do we work some to-- -And-- that was a joke. -So, what do you guys think? Is Microsoft working on a tablet like-- Okay. -I didn't strike-- yes, that's a huge thing. It's a pessimist way. I didn't strike you. -No, thank you for not-- -Yeah, but maybe I think under the show, things could real. -Just led some to believe that the new Mini will-- -I was gonna get you drank. Just gonna keep missing up this line until you finish your glass. -Okay, sorry. -You know, you need New York. You know New York. -Jesus Christ. -You need New York. -Rolling. -Not right, you just read and I can't stop-- -You know you need unique New York. -Alright, we're rolling. -Okay. -That was emphasized it he bowels. -Okay I get it. One was emphasizing New York. -And now I'm gonna emphasize the consonants, sorry. -Okay, are you ready? -No, I'm not ready. -Ready. -Okay.
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