ESPN Anchor Says ‘True or Fart’ During Broadcast [VIDEO]
SportsCenter anchor Robert Flores accidentally says "true or fart" instead of "true or false." It's always entertaining to watch slip-ups like this.
Robert Flores made a little mistake during ESPN's SportsCenter Fantasy Draft Special on Thursday night. Instead of saying "true or false," Flores accidentally said "true or fart." Ahh, live television.
Matthew Berry and Tim Hasselbeck did a good job of not cracking up once Flores made the mistake. Actually, I think it would be better television in ESPN was less professional at times. For instance, can you imagine what Charles Barkley would say if Ernie Johnson accidentally said "true or fart" during an episode of TNT's Inside the NBA? It would be laugh-out-loud television.
I know that I've mixed up my words on the air before. I can't think of anything off the top of my head that is funnier than the mistake that Robert Flores made. I do have some audio of Bruce Jacobs (host of "Game On" weekdays 3-7pm on 104.5 The Team) making a funny mistake. I asked Bruce what his favorite Aerosmith song is. He hit me with "Stairway to Heaven." The best part is Bruce's producer, Pierce Brix, saying "wow" in the background. Enjoy the audio below.
Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY. Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” each weekday from 1-3pm ET on WTMM.