Bloopers

The game show host uttered the swear word in a game between former champions.
Finance expert Karen Firestone had an unexpected co-star in her "Squawk Box" interview with Andrew Ross Sorkin.
The network blamed the blunder on a trainee who accidentally published a random thought on the news ticker.
Lots of jobs became slightly more difficult under the rules of lockdown and social distancing, including TV production. From kitchen fires, pantless interviews to Zoom calls timing out, here are some the best we’ve seen.
Broadcaster Paul Allen saw Greg Joseph's 37-yard attempt with his heart, not his head.
Rob Refsnyder makes the highlight reels for all the wrong reasons.
Trump's embarrassing Yosemite blooper pays off for National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.
Reporters covering the coronavirus pandemic remotely have found themselves in some pretty hilarious news bloopers in the process.
The NBC show co-host's motorized chair started spinning as she stood and clapped for competitor Samuel Wilco's performance.
The “Saturday Night Live” cast member got a serious case of the giggles after a crew member accidentally became part of a sketch.