Video: Chris Parente's Kristen Wiig Gaffe About Nude Scene in Different Movie Goes Viral

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CH2 entertainment reporter Chris Parente has been on the verge of going viral before -- such as when he was bitch-slapped by Steve Carell, or the time he discussed the crooked crack by his unicorn tattoo. But he's finally made the must-click big leagues thanks to his hilariously botched interview with Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader about their new dramedy, The Skeleton Twins (for our review, click here). The big moment comes when Parente asks Wiig what it was like to go full frontal in the flick -- something she does in an entirely different movie, Welcome to Me. In response, Wiig and Hader break up while enthusiastically ripping his cluelessness in a way that Buzzfeed couldn't resist.

Nice going, Chris! We knew you could do it. Watch the video below.

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Videos: Watch Kelly Harvey Survive Incredible Crash That Sent His Legs Through Windshield

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Yes, those are Kelly Harvey's legs sticking through his windshield. Videos below.
Kelly Harvey is a Fort Collins tow truck driver who enjoys drag racing during his free time. But on Saturday, speed nearly killed him. During a race at Pikes Peak International Raceway, he wiped out, with his 1955 Chevy rolling out of control, causing his seat belt to snap and his legs to fly through the car's windshield -- and yet he walked away, hardly worse for the wear.

We've got two views of Harvey's spectacular tumble: the first as shared on the Colorado Street Outlaws Facebook page, the second a piece from 7News that includes an interview with Harvey and footage offering the best look at that legs-meet-windshield moment. Buckle up and check them out below.

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Video: Denver Cruisers Explain Why Wednesday Night Ride Is Their Crack

Each week throughout the summer, we've been documenting the Denver Cruiser Ride, which has become a Wednesday night tradition in Denver -- including tomorrow night, when the scheduled theme is "Pirates, Sea Men & Mermaids." Why do so many cyclists turn out week after week? To find out, videographer Anthony Martin went along for a recent ride to get an inside look at the phenomenon. Check out what he saw here.

See also: Photos: Can You Guess the Theme of This Week's Denver Cruiser Ride?

Videos: Chauncey Billups's Retirement -- and Why the Nuggets Need Him

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Denver native Chauncey Billups, who placed very high on our list of the ten best athletes to be born in Colorado, has announced his retirement from the NBA after seventeen years -- and the Nuggets, with whom he played during two separate stints, should take advantage of his availability by bringing him back into the fold right away. Why? After last year's injury-riddled downturn, local enthusiasm for the squad is at a low ebb -- but it could be reversed if the Nugs hire Billups in a significant off-the-court capacity. Worked out pretty well with the Broncos and John Elway, didn't it?

To bolster our argument, we've assembled a collection of great Chauncey-in-Denver moments. Enjoy them below.

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Anti-Pot "Don't Be a Lab Rat" Campaign Uses Disputed Facts That Might Be True
A cage that's part of the "Don't Be a Lab Rat" campaign. More photos plus videos below.
Mike Sukle, the advertising agency pro who worked with Colorado officials to develop a new anti-pot campaign, had a significant challenge on his hands. He wanted to warn teens away from marijuana use without engaging in the sort of hyperbole they'd likely reject. Hence, "Don't Be a Lab Rat," which presents controversial facts and then asks viewers the equivalent of "Wouldn't you rather be safe than sorry?"

Continue for more details from Sukle, plus additional photos and videos.

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Video: Peyton Manning Reclaims "Worst Rapper Ever" Title in New DirecTV Ad
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Hot on the heels of Peyton Manning's awkward dancing to "Rocky Top," which won the Internet via memes, GIFs and Vines, the Quarterback King of All Media is once again showing off his nonexistent skills in another medium: rap. In a sequel of sorts to last year's DirecTV ad, Peyton and little brother Eli Manning tout the service's new fantasy football channel in a "song" featuring weird special effects plus cameos by dad Archie Manning, Joe Namath and music-video-style hotties aplenty. As for Peyton's flow, he makes Shaquille O'Neal seem like Jay Z by comparison. Thank heavens he's good at football. Check out another screen capture and the extended version of the clip below.

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Videos: Peyton Manning prefers Dan Marino and Kevin Durant over Tyra Banks circa 1998

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Tyra Banks in 1998. Videos below.
If you ever had any doubts about how big a sports fan Peyton Manning is, they were erased at last night's ESPY awards. PM was named Best NFL Player and honored for Best Record-Setting Performance, and in accepting the latter, he said receiving the bauble from Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino and Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant topped the moment when he was given the Best College Player ESPY by supermodel Tyra Banks in 1998.

Who would you prefer to hand you a trophy -- Marino and Durant or Banks in her mid-twenties? To help you decide, we've juxtaposed a clip of last night's acceptance speech with 1998 footage of Banks issued in conjunction with that year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. Enjoy making the comparison below.

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Video: Westword's strange-but-true guide to Colorado pot rules

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Bailey Geoghan, in character, gets some bad news. Video below.
More than six months after limited recreational marijuana sales became legal in Colorado, lots of out-of-towners (and some locals, too) remain confused about the rules. But we at Westword are here to help.

Smokin' Smart: A Guide to Colorado's Pot Rules, by director and co-star Bailey Geoghan, takes a 1950s-style public-service-announcement approach, with an unseen but thoroughly hep narrator schooling "Billy," a visitor from Salt Lake City, about the dos and don'ts of cannabis consumption in the Mile High state. Check out the hilarious yet informative results below.

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See Chad Greenlees get knocked out by lightning while making lightning video

The moment before Chad Greenlees hit the deck. Videos below.
Yesterday morning, we shared a collection of user-generated clips from Monday's epic lightning storm -- but we missed the most memorable one. Turns out Arvada's Chad Greenlees was recording the light show on his cell phone from his garage when a nearby strike literally knocked him out. Fortunately, Greenlees okay, and so is his phone, which captured the flash and the moment he collapsed. Continue for the clip, as well as a 7News report in which Greenlees tells his shocking story.

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Video: Obama at Wazee Supper Club asked, "Want a hit, man?"

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President Barack Obama getting an offer he could refuse. Photos and a video below.
As we all know, Barack Obama has made more than a few trips to Colorado since accepting the Democratic nomination for president here in 2008, with many of the most memorable moments coming at times when he's mixed with regular folks.

The latest example? Obama's trip to the area on and near 15th Street last night included a handshake with a guy wearing a horse's head mask and this question from someone at the Wazee Supper Club: "Want a hit, man?"

See also: Photos: Obama wins as many votes by visiting The Sink as talking at CU-Boulder

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