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Rick Sanchez Has Another Ron Burgundy Moment

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Working on a minibombshell that cuts to the heart of Broward Town -- also an interesting Rothstein political scoop. Reporting it now, so in lieu of actual news, I thought I'd share the latest gaffe from South Florida's own Rick Sanchez. This time, he reads an embarrassing bit from the TelePrompTer, reading "ad lib... tease." He was, of course, supposed to ad lib and tease an upcoming interview (with Keith Urban, it turns out). At the 21-second mark, you can see Sanchez freeze in what football coach Bill Curry used to call the "brook trout stare." He totally zones out for an instant. 

After the jump, check out the video of a similar moment in U.S. broadcasting history.

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